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Artwork produced for the Art of Reprocessing exhibition will be auctioned for Mind West Cumbria.
Cumbrians have joined together to share their personal stories as part of a national campaign to end the stigma associated with mental health issues.
Employees from across the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) group were honoured at a national awards ceremony for their work in addressing gender imbalance and diversity in the nuclear industry.
A team of volunteers from Cumbria has won a national award for their work to address gender balance in the nuclear industry.
Sellafield Ltd is funding 50 new apprenticeships for small companies throughout Cumbria.
Sellafield Ltd director, Angela Seeney, has been named in the top 50 Northern Power Women’s 2019 ‘power list’.
The doors have opened on Sellafield Ltd's largest ever community investment.
A Sellafield supported outdoor schools trail has been launched by a group of junior pioneers.
A large amount of the work reducing the hazard and risk on the Sellafield site is done by our supply chain partners.
Another brilliant fundraising effort by Sellafield Ltd employees and the supply chain has made a difference to children’s lives at Christmas.
Robots at Sellafield have started to remove radioactive sludge from the most hazardous spot on the site.
Trudy Harrison MP has praised the Cumbria based finalists of the Northern Power Women Awards.
Sellafield Ltd has introduced charges for its commuter bus services.
Sellafield Ltd has awarded a contract for control systems to Wood.
Sellafield Ltd is helping boost apprenticeships for the north, according to the Northern Powerhouse Partnership.
Sellafield's Pile Fuel Storage Pond has passed an important point in its clean-up journey with the removal of 300 tonnes of solid waste from the legacy pond.
Sellafield Ltd has launched the UK’s first ‘project manager’ degree apprenticeship.
The NDA has reached a major milestone in its decommissioning mission with the end of nuclear fuel reprocessing at Thorp.
An exhibition celebrating the life of one of Britain’s most iconic nuclear plants has opened in Cumbria.
The site’s Thorp plant has completed its 24-year mission to reprocess spent nuclear fuel from around the world.
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