GALLERIES
TRAVIS PERKINS HAS BECOME THE 1500TH ORGANISATION TO SIGN THE ARMED FORCES COVENANT

Armed Forces Covenant signing in Milton Keynes
ACF adult volunteer Maria Walding at the event
A walk around the site was organised
A walk around the Keyline site took place
A number of Travis Perkins staff attended the signing event
A number of Travis Perkins employees attended the signing
A number of service representatives attended the covenant signing
Discussing the Armed Forces Covenant
Employees from Travis Perkins who attended the signing
Finding out more about the branch in Milton Keynes
John Carter, Travis Perkins Chief Executive Officer, and Mark Lancaster TD MP signing the Armed Forces Covenant
John Carter, Travis Perkins Chief Executive Officer, speaking to guests at the event
John Carter, Travis Perkins Chief Executive Officer
Learning more about the Keyline branch on a site tour
Preparing for the forthcoming signing
Outside the Keyline branch where the covenant was signed
Meeting employees during the site tour
Meeting colleagues who work at the Keyline branch
Mark Lancaster TD MP being interviewed at the event
Mark Lancaster TD MP at the event
Maria Walding a Travis Perkins employee and ACF adult volunteer
Looking around the Keyline site
Regional Employer Engagement Director John Wilson with Northamptonshire County Chairman Robert Blomfield
Representatives from both the cadet and reserve forces where on site to support the signing
The Armed Forces Covenant ready to be signed
The Minister arrives at Keyline in Milton Keynes
The Minister being interviewed during the event
The Minister had the opportunity to speak to colleagues on site
The signing took place at Keyline in Milton Keynes