Yesterday marks the start of Mental Health Awareness week, during these tricky times it is even more important to look after yourself and look out for others. Attached is links to useful helplines, aswell as a free Mental Health Care app specifically for Construction workers, providing vital infromation, advice and guidance on many wellbeing topics including stress, anxiety, depression, anger and suicidal thoughts.
In light of recent unprecedented times Oakfield Construction would like to wish everyone a lovely weekend, We hope you enjoy the spring sun whilst also making sure you stay safe and stick to the government guidelines. Stay Safe Everyone! 💙
As some of you may be aware we have decided to take on the gruelling
challenge that is the LONDON MARATHON 2020 … again (we must be mad!!!).
With only 12 weeks to go our training is well underway (despite some serious injuries!)…
We have decided to run the marathon for Children with Cancer, a charity
we feel very passionately about and the impact they have on so many
We are currently facing the sad reality that EVERYDAY in the UK 12 children are diagnosed with the big C… As today is World Cancer Day 2020 we ask you to stand with us and help with our fundraising in a bid to commit to help achieve a world where every child survives!!! 💛💚🧡💙💜❤️
Great footage on the ‘BBC East Midlands Today’, showing the ‘Ground Breaking’ Ceremony yesterday. A project we are proud to be a part of. The first stage of the park is due to open Spring 2021, the development here will be a giant leap forward for the city.
Great footage on the ‘BBC East Midlands Today’, showing the ‘Ground Breaking’ Ceremony yesterday. A project we are proud to be a part of.
The first stage of the park is due to open Spring 2021, the development here will be a giant leap forward for the city.
Oakfield Plant and Transport Ltd were proud to play a small part in remembering ‘The Flying Bedstead’ this afternoon by assisting the team at the Rolls Royce Heritage centre to deliver a half scale model to the neighbouring school ‘Hucknall Flying High Academy’ due to open its doors tomorrow.
The Rolls-Royce Trust Measuring Rig (TMR), Otherwise known as the
Flying Bedstead, was an experimental aircraft that was first flown on
August 2, 1954 and used in the early development of VTOL (vertical
takeoff-and-landing) aircraft also known as the Harrier Jump Jet.
The TMR was the WORLDS FIRST jet powered, vertical take off and landing aircraft.