Stevenage mayor and MP Barbara Follet open Du Pont refurbishment

PUBLISHED: 16:25 05 October 2006 | UPDATED: 10:57 06 May 2010

Barbara Follett MP and Stevenage mayor Cllr Simon Speller with staff at the Du Pont site

Barbara Follett MP and Stevenage mayor Cllr Simon Speller with staff at the Du Pont site

STEVENAGE mayor Simon Speller and the town s MP Barbara Follett helped cut the ribbon at the ceremony to mark the completion of a major refurbishment project at a company with global interests. Du Pont, which has been in Stevenage since 1980 and employs 4

Barbara Follett MP with president of Du Pont Ian Hudson (centre) and site manager Mike Taylor

STEVENAGE mayor Simon Speller and the town's MP Barbara Follett helped cut the ribbon at the ceremony to mark the completion of a major refurbishment project at a company with global interests.

Du Pont, which has been in Stevenage since 1980 and employs 400 people in its sales, marketing and training division, currently has sites in 70 countries.

Helping in the ceremony on Monday was company president Ian Hudson who led guests on a tour of the complex to see some of the products Du Pont produces, including shells for racing cars.

After the reception site manager Mike Taylor presented a cheque to Lonsdale School on behalf of the Du Pont community fund project.


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