In 2016 when she secured the job she’d waited for, Bec and her husband moved to Bridgwater and were able to buy a house. She continued: “We were a team of just 12 back then! But as soon as we came here we were part of a community within a community.
“I absolutely love it here. I’m surrounded by people who are the best at what they do and immersed in a world where people are willing to mentor and encourage my development.
“I did nothing after my GCSEs. Now I’ve gained a Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management and a NEBOSH Health and Safety qualification. Everyone I’ve come into contact with has supported me. I can’t imagine a more wonderful project to work on or team to be part of and I envisage being here for a long time to come.”
“I’m thrilled to be joint chair of a new initiative to support local charities, called The HPC Way. The project donates £50 per Safe Day, and £3,000 for a Safe Month worked. The first to receive a donation is homelessness charity Arc Inspire.”