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Format: 21/10/2019
Format: 21/10/2019
Torness Visitor Centre Guides (L-R): Linda Clark, Faith Scott, Deborah Adamson, Belinda Smith, Maureen Shields, Julian Davies, Chris McArthur, Emma Togneri
Monday, December 11, 2017

Five-star success for Torness visitor centre

Torness power station’s visitor centre has had the seal of approval from Scotland’s national tourist organisation. VisitScotland have judged that the centre and the tour of the power station should retain their five-star rating. 

Charlie Woodhouse - Torness Apprentice of the Year
Monday, December 4, 2017

Special honour for Torness apprentice

Charlie Woodhouse from Eyemouth has been named as Torness power station’s ‘Apprentice of the Year’ at EDF Energy’s annual apprenticeship graduation ceremony in Worcestershire.

Monday, December 4, 2017

A Christmas cracker for Torness visitor centre

Around 250 children from schools in the Lothians and Borders took partin Torness power station's annual event Christmas Cracker open learning week which gives them an insight into everyday life at the powerstation. 
Torness 2017 apprentice intake: Back row, L-R: Paige Gould, Connol McNeill, Murray Gilvray. Front row L-R- Lisa Hilferty, Callum Souter, Thomas Summerfield
Thursday, October 26, 2017

Bright sparks start Torness apprenticeships

Torness power station’s latest recruits have joined the company to start their apprenticeship in the nuclear industry as the search starts for next year's intake.

L-R: Alison Cameron, Callum Wilson, Stephen Kerr and Blair Hamilton help out at Aberlour along with Ralph the dog.
Monday, July 31, 2017

Torness team give gardening help to East Lothian children’s charity

An East Lothian children’s charity has benefited from the green fingers of a group of staff from EDF Energy’s Torness power station. A team of four lent their helping hands to Aberlour Options – Lothian and gave the centre’s garden a makeover. 

L-R Sophie Brown, Erin Hill, Daisy Evans and Stephen Mainds meet Eve Muirhead at Ross High for a lesson on sport and STEM
Monday, June 12, 2017

East Lothian pupils give science a sporting chance

Scotland’s women’s curling captain, Eve Muirhead, visited Ross High in Tranent (7 June) as part of EDF Energy’s education outreach work to talk to them about the links between sport and science.

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