CATCH Annual Dinner 2024


CATCH is thrilled its much-anticipated Annual Dinner for 2024, is set to take place on May 9th at the prestigious Forest Pines Hotel. This event promises an evening filled with networking opportunities, great food and entertainment!

The evening will kick off with a drink’s reception at 6pm, offering guests a chance to mingle and connect before being seated for a three-course dinner at 7pm. The dinner will also feature a welcome from CATCH CEO David Talbot and to close the formal part of the evening there will be a special guest appearance by Robin Ince, a renowned comedian, actor, and writer, best known for co-presenting the BBC radio show The Infinite Monkey Cage with Professor Brian Cox.

The event will also include a charity raffle draw, with some fantastic prizes in the offering –  with proceeds supporting young people and STEM activities and our chosen charity NE Lincs Downs Syndrome Family Support.

The event plays host to main sponsors, Phillips 66, RWE, VPI and SSE Thermal plus nearly 200 industry guests.

Paul Fursey, UK Lead Executive and General Manager Humber Refinery said “We are proud supporters of CATCH as they play an integral role in developing the next generation of skills industry needs. With plans to develop a Net Zero training Centre, they will support us even further as industry in the Humber region works towards a lower carbon future.”

Corrine Barry , RWE  UK East Coast Director for Net Zero, said “RWE is the largest power producer in the U.K and a leading renewables generator supplying around 15% of UK electricity with a diverse operational portfolio of onshore wind, offshore wind, hydro, biomass and gas. At RWE, our vision is to be entirely carbon neutral by 2040, whilst continuing to provide clean, secure, and affordable energy. We are proud to be supporting the CATCH annual awards dinner for 2024”.

Jade Fernandez, SSE Thermal, Head of Stakeholder Engagement added, “SSE Thermal are proud sponsors of the 2024 CATCH Annual Dinner. Having the opportunity to recognise and celebrate the achievements of our young Humber talent alongside businesses from across the region is a real privilege.

CATCH continues to play a key role in developing the skills and talent that will be required to deliver the UK’s net zero future, with exciting expansion plans on the horizon for the organisation, it’s leading role in supporting industry and contributing to the local, regional and national economy will continue to grow.   We look forward to celebrating success and supporting the CATCH team in their mission to inspire and educate the industry’s future craftspeople.    The CATCH Annual Dinner 2024 is not just an event but a beacon of inspiration and collaboration towards a sustainable and prosperous future for the industry and the region. It is an evening not to be missed by those who are passionate about the development of skills, talent, and the transition to a lower carbon economy”.

If you would like any further details about the CATCH Annual Dinner please contact Lisa –

Lisa Buck


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