NuGen’s Bright Sparks students cycle around Moorside

Students taking part in NuGen’s Bright Sparks educational programme have had the opportunity to cycle the Moorside site learning about the its past, present and future. 13 students from Millom School enjoyed a 3-mile cycle ride guided by NuGen staff. They rode along Hadrian’s cycleway from Beckermet to Sellafield, which runs adjacent to [...]

2018-04-22T15:10:34+00:00August 16th, 2017|Community, News|

Official opening of Parton’s Memorial beach garden

NuGen joined over 200 people at a fun day in Parton to support the opening of the village memorial beach garden. Mike Starkie, mayor of Copeland, attended the ribbon-cutting at the garden along with Kevin Young, Chair of the parish council and NuGen’s Paula Madill, Alexandra Brennan and Penny Crookshank. The garden was [...]

2018-04-22T15:14:46+00:00June 8th, 2017|Community, News|

NuGen’s Bright Sparks moves forward – to Infinity and beyond…

NuGen’s award-winning Bright Sparks educational programme aimed at energising West Cumbrian schoolchildren to think about low-carbon electricity production and careers, is moving forward in partnership, to Infinity – and beyond. Now in its second year of engaging with more than 150 pupils at schools close to the Moorside site, NuGen’s Bright Sparks programme will [...]

2018-04-22T15:09:40+00:00May 3rd, 2017|Community, News|

NuGen seeks early engagement with new Copeland MP as it moves forward with Moorside

NuGen was quick to congratulate Copeland by-election winner Trudy Harrison following last night’s result in Whitehaven, as the company moves forward with plans to build Europe’s largest new nuclear power station at Moorside. The nuclear new build developer will work closely with the newly-elected MP as it continues to build a robust business case [...]

2018-04-22T15:18:39+00:00February 24th, 2017|Community, News|