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  1. Fairham Sponsor Orphanage Cup 2018 for Child Action Northwest

    On Friday 18th May Fairham Mouldings Staff attended the final of the Orphanage Cup at Ewood Park.

    The Orphanage Cup is East Lancashire’s most prestigious and historic football tournament and has been played by teams from businesses and organisations in Blackburn since 1952 to help raise money for Child Action North West, which has its roots in Blackburn Orphanage.

    The funds raised by this year’s tournament will go towards Child Action Northwest’s Emotional Health & Wellbeing service. The service provides help and support to children of all ages providing specialist interventions with such issues as bereavement, loss & separation, self-harm, anger problems & emotional control and many other issues faced by children today.


    After an exciting and entertaining match, The Senator Group became the winners of the 68th Orphanage Cup winning 8-1 against WEC Group.

    Fairham Mouldings were very proud to support the tournament by providing the winning team and the runners-up with individual player trophy’s. Our Managing Director Damian Wild and Production Supervisor Joanne Boast presented these at the end of the match.









  2. Fairham Mouldings gains “Fit For Nuclear” Status


    Fairham Mouldings are delighted to announce they have been officially endorsed by the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre as ‘Fit For Nuclear’  – the benchmark for British companies entering into the civil nuclear supply chain. Fairham is the first organisation in the rubber industry to achieve this.

    Fit For Nuclear is an intense business improvement journey that helps companies meet the standards required in the nuclear industry.

    After initial assessment and a site visit, companies must complete a bespoke improvement action plan, only when this is completed will they be added to the F4N directory, which industry leaders are using to identify potential companies for their own supply chain.

    “Achieving Fit For Nuclear status is a significant step forward for Fairham” said Director John Fairhurst. “Our decision to enter the F4N programme was part of continual drive to improve Fairham’s capabilities and standards. We are delighted to have achieved F4N status, which endorses the exceptional quality of our people and organisation”

    You can read the full case study about our journey on the Nuclear AMRC website  http://namrc.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Fairham-F4N.pdf