At Breedon Cement, Hope Works, we offer a flexible development path throughout the business, from apprenticeships, internships, work experience, graduate and undergraduate opportunities.


Robert Largan MP meets apprentices at Hope Cement Works

We welcomed Robert Largan, MP for High Peak to site last month to meet with some of our apprentices. 

Proud of our well-established engineering apprenticeships that include 45 of our full-time employees who have come through the apprenticeship scheme and recognised by two of the biggest engineering institutes in the UK:- The Institution of Mechanical Engineers and the Institution of Engineering and Technology. 

John Mulryan, Maintenance Manager at Hope, himself  a former apprentice, is proud of the site’s achievements and said “It is such a privilege to be able to build a team here with all the right technical skills and the passion to really make a difference, along with opportunities to learn so many transferable engineering and life skills that will help them in the future.”

Hope Works apprentices Jake Saxon and Daniel Hobson, who have both recently qualified, are pictured receiving their certificates in Advanced Modern Apprenticeship from Robert Largan MP – Jake in Mechanical Engineering and Daniel in Electrical Engineering.

Jake Saxon

Hope Cement Works Apprentices.  Jake Saxon


Daniel Hobson

Hope Cement Works Apprentices - Daniel Hobson



Back in December last year, four of our apprentice’s were asked to help restore an 1888 steam locomotive on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.


Apprentice opportunities at Breedon Cement, Hope Works, restoring 1888 steam locomotive at Ingrow.


You can see how the lads get on by clicking on the link to our latest ‘The Works’ magazine.

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