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20 May 2016

Cumbria Nuclear News & Views - Never Again!

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Here I am back again after another two weeks. I honestly have no idea where the time goes and it is going to be Christmas before we know it – Yes I heard that groan!

It hasn't been a majorly busy couple of weeks on the news front, but I am sure there is enough to prick your interest:

06 May 2016

Cumbria Nuclear News & Views - 7 Days!

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I can't believe how quickly two weeks have flown by. I have had a mammoth couple of weeks but I will update you on my adventures in my "It could only happen to me section."
So, the general feeling within the supply chain is still one of pain. On the one side Sellafield are saying they are spending, but on the other side, the supply chain is asking where? It seems work is still very slow and companies continue to struggle to remain sustainable.

24 July 2015

Cumbria Nuclear News and Views - A Snail Goes Faster!

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Well quiet is an understatement for the industry right now! I get that budgets have gone up and supply chain spend is going to be more, but when is that going to happen? The supply chain is buckling beneath them as having no work is not sustainable. Redundancies are at an all-time high, businesses are closing offices and pulling out of the industry whilst other SME's are having sleepless nights worrying if their business is sustainable in the current climate! – I however remain optimistic and think that come September / October time Sellafield are going to go "Shit we have this money to spend and we haven't spent it – let's start putting contracts out". Then Tier 2's will get busy which will filter to the 3's and 4's and we will recruit all the exceptional individuals they will need to deliver the projects.

So other than hearing how companies are struggling there isn't much news. You probably already know that the DDP contract is having its value cut. From my understanding it is only going to be worth 25% – 30% of the original value - that is a huge blow to companies that have spent hours on the bid for the work.

10 April 2015

Cumbria Nuclear News & Views - Soapbox Special!

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Happy Friday! I hope you have all had an enjoyable Easter and have made the most of the long break we had last weekend. It makes a change for us to have glorious weather during the school holidays and I am sure some of you have taken leave and have enjoyed the weather. It is funny how a sunny day and blue sky seems to make everything so much better.

The same as my last blog, I am still working from home so haven't had much interaction with the world to pick up on much gossip. I have my operation through for the 27th of this month and I think the nerve blockers are beginning to do the job, so next week I am going to attempt a couple of trips into the office, to at least try to get some normality into my life before I am laid flat for six weeks.

Anyhow enough of all that and on with the blog:

27 March 2015

Cumbria Nuclear News and Views - Wheeling On!

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How two week's fly when you are having fun. I haven't much news and gossip this week as I haven't been out and about, but, as always, I hope you will find it an enjoyable read and you will get some useful information and entertainment from it.

12 March 2015

Cumbria Nuclear News & Views - Away with the fairies!

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It's not often I start my blog with an apology but I feel I need to. Whilst writing this blog I am not actually at work I am at home in my PJ'S in a highly drug induced state, so I apologise in advance for any mad ramblings that make no sense. I was debating not writing this week but I didn't want to let any of my loyal readers down. Read my "It could only happen to me" for further details.

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