Congratulations to Sam for all his hard work in passing his IOSH exam. What does IOSH stand for? IOSH stands for Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, the Chartered body for health and safety professionals. IOSH is a UK-based organisation offering professional qualifications in order to raise standards of health and safety in the workplace. […]
Congratulations to Jonny on recently passing his Heavy Goods Vehicle Licence test and first time too. I really appreciate the effort Jonny had put in to revise for his theory and practical test.
Our JDMA Annual Summer Party this year was a return to Wroxham broads. Starting with a nice fry up at the Ber street cafe. We try to aim to have a summer works party and a Christmas party, it’s something to reward the guys for all their hard work and it is also good for […]
The JDMA new website is up and running. It is simpler to view and navigate on the desktop and mobile, whilst showing more of the type of work we can provide for our customers and also includes our 5 Star Google rated reviews.
Having outgrown our unit in Harleston it was finally time to upgrade to a bigger premises, you can now find us at Mill Grove Farm in Forncett, St Peter, Norfolk NR16 1JD.
The annual Newmarket Races Summer Team Day Out was back after a couple of years out due to Covid 19, it was nice to go back, unfortunately no winners though!
JDMA have upgraded our grab lorry, safe to say Nigel is happy!
The JDMA lads had a well deserved Christmas Party having missed out on the 2020 one due to lock down. It’s fair to say much fun was had and there was plenty of sore heads the next day, many thanks to Delia’s in Norwich for looking after us.
JDMA have hunted high and low to find a young person with the willingness to learn the trade and they have finally found it in young Callum who is currently at Otley College doing his landscaping course, keep up the good work Callum.
The JDMA lads took to the broads for our Annual Summer Team Day Out this year, plenty of food & drink and a good fun day out special thanks to Broads Tours in Wroxham for there hospitality.