Four employees clock up 100 years service between them.

Jewellery firm CW Sellors is toasting four members of staff that have together reached 100 years’ of service.

The employees hitting the milestone at the Derbyshire company include HR and personal development manager Matthew Hatch, workshop manager Paul Barker, workshop supervisor Graham Harrison and CW Sellors’ lapidary technician Vanessa Woodhall. To mark their longevity of service, CW Sellors has presented each with a personalised watch of their choice.


CW Sellors founder and managing director Chris Sellors said: "We are incredibly proud of our long serving team members – we would like to thank them for their commitment and hard work over the years. The business has evolved and expanded exponentially over the past 25 years and our team members have developed in line with that, and I am sure will continue to do so.

"As a business we are committed to personal development and encourage our team to evolve and develop their roles ensuring the businesses sustainability, not only from a business point of view but also a personnel stance. We are a family business and treat our employees as part of that family unit, we are delighted to have retained these key team members over the years and look forward to their continued involvement in the company for many years to come.”

Harrison, Barker and Woodhall trained in-house at CW Sellors before specialising in particular aspects of jewellery making and lapidary, with Barker becoming deft at hand-making chain.

Hatch began his training at the bench as an apprentice stone cutter before he progressed to become the company’s stone workshop supervisor and then workshop manager in 2002, before moving towards HR.