Moulton College Apprentice Wins TCL Young Achiever Award

A Moulton College apprentice has been named ‘Young Achiever of the Year’ by his Northamptonshire employer, winning a trophy and £200 of Amazon vouchers.

Brodie Melay-Brown, who is 21, studies horticulture at Moulton College and works for landscape services, estate management and play space services provider TCL Group at TCL’s Midlands office in Chapel Brampton. TCL is a leading business in the landscaping sector and is always looking for apprentices to join its expanding operations.

Brodie was put forward for his award by TCL colleagues who wanted to reward his attitude to work and his performance and development through the year.

The company will continue to present the award annually to a developing member of the company’s Midlands team who, like Brodie, regularly demonstrates TCL’s values of honour, openness, enterprise and resilience.

TCL set up the Young Achiever award to commemorate Chris Williamson, an inspiring and much-loved manager who died just over a year ago, aged 33. Chris was passionate about his job and adored by colleagues, who have opted to include the organisation CRY – Cardiac Risk in the Young ( – among TCL’s chosen charities for 2018.

Sarah Ward, Brodie’s work-based assessor at Moulton College, said:

“Brodie has made the most of his apprenticeship and proved himself to be hard working and a good team player. It’s great that he has been recognised in this way and I wish him the best in his career with TCL. Well done, Brodie.”

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