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01 March 2016

New Property Maintenance Partnership a first for Heads


Cornwall Association of Primary Heads (CAPH) has appointed RG Kellow Ltd as its official Property Maintenance Partner in an agreement that will see the Contractor support its members property maintenance requirements for the next two years.


CAPH is a Community Interest Company owned by 232 Primary School Members in Cornwall. Its purpose is to be a vehicle for improvement and innovation for education in Cornwall. Katie Chandler, Business Development Manager for CAPH said “We are delighted to form a partnership with RG Kellow to offer schools greater 

choice and support with their building and maintenance needs. RG Kellow is a local firm committed to providing high quality services, and also committed to supporting the communities in which they work.”


RG Kellow Ltd provides a range of planned and reactive maintenance services to public and private sector clients across Cornwall and South Devon. Managing Director Robert Kellow said “It is a real privilege to work with such a proactive and forward thinking organisation as CAPH. We are extremely proud to be their first Property Maintenance Partner and look forward to working with them, their members and other partners over the next two years.”


Photo: CAPH Executive Officer Ian Bruce (L) shaking hands with RG Kellow Ltd Managing Director Robert Kellow.


For more information on CAPH please visit www.caph.org.uk.

01 February 2016

Apprentice Matt earns his stripes!


Congratulations are in order to (ex!) Apprentice Mason Matt Curnow for successfully completing his NVQ Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Trowel Occupations.


Matt joined RG Kellow Ltd mid way through his NVQ 2 in the summer of 2013.  After completing this Matt was keen to undertake the advanced apprenticeship at Cornwall College and has recently been awarded a full time contract with the company.


Managing Director Robert Kellow said "If there is anyone who really deserves this award it's Matt. He has pushed himself hard where others would have quit. He

takes great pride in his work and we are really proud to have supported him through his journey".


Photo: Matt Curnow with a copy of his Apprenticeship Award certificate.