Liverpool apprentice one of two Stagecoach trainees recognised in national awards

Jack McCloughlin, a third year apprentice based at Stagecoach’s Liverpool depot, was voted best third year apprentice and Thomas Moorby from Preston was also among the winners.

Stagecoach apprentices, from left, Justin Miller, Thomas Moorby, Jamie McKenna, Declan Glover and Thomas Munroe
Stagecoach apprentices, from left, Justin Miller, Thomas Moorby, Jamie McKenna, Declan Glover and Thomas Munroe

Two apprentices from bus operator Stagecoach Merseyside and South Lancashire have been recognised for outstanding performance at a national awards ceremony.

Jack McCloughlin and Thomas Moorby both took two awards at the UK Bus Apprentice of the Year Awards at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.

Jack, a third year apprentice based at Stagecoach’s Liverpool depot, was voted best third year apprentice by the Gilmoss depot and was also recognised with a prize voted for by his peers.

Tom, a first year apprentice based at Stagecoach’s Preston depot, won third place in the National Apprentice of the Year category, and was voted best first year apprentice by the Preston depot.

Tony Cockcroft, engineering director at Stagecoach Merseyside and South Lancashire, who oversees the company’s apprenticeship programme, said: “Jack and Tom are great members of the Stagecoach team and we’re delighted to see their hard work and talent recognised with these awards.

“We look forward to seeing them both go on to have rewarding, highly successful careers within our business.

“I’m immensely proud of all our apprentices and these awards affirm the quality of young engineers we are developing.”

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