Here at RWJ we are loving the new and first female doctor!! So, for all you Dr Who lovers out there let’s see how much you really know about the Doctor……

Answers at the end of the quiz – do not cheat or we will ‘EXTERMINATE’ you!!!

What year was Dr Who first broadcast?

How many Dr Who’s have there been?

What does TARDIS stand for?

Who played the ninth Dr’s companion Rose Tyler?

Dr Who is an exterterestrial from which planet?

Which scientist created the Daleks?

How many hearts does the Dr have?

The fourth Dr, played by Tom Baker had a fondness for which sweets?

What was the Dr Who spin off show starring John Barrowman called?

Which race of reptile like humanoids share their name with an ancient Welsh tribe?

So, how many did you get right – answers below!!

1963, 13, Time and relative dimensions in space, Billie Piper, Gallifrey, Davros, two, Jelly Babies, Torchwood, The Silurians.


Location: Rhyl Salary: £21,000

Expiry date: 25/10/2018

Reference: SGBD72003

Job Type: Permanent – Full Time Hours Per Week: 47.5

Class 2 Crane Driver – Roger W Jones –

Rhyl Company Overview: Saint-Gobain is the world leader in designing, manufacturing and distributing building materials. Roger W Jones, alongside its 34 sister brands form the Saint-Gobain group. Our company works together to continuously look at personal development within its brands to create exciting opportunities for your future.

Job Role/Skills and Experience: As a customer delivery driver, you will be required to safely deliver building materials to our customers whilst representing the company with a professional approach. You will be loading and unloading so heavy lifting will be involved. In addition, your job role will include supporting your colleagues within the branch, yard and warehouse. We are looking for someone with; A valid class 2 (Category C) licence, a CPC Card and Digi Tachograph card. Previous experience completing multi-drop deliveries. A crane certificate (this is beneficial but not essential). We pride ourselves on the training that we offer; this involves a 1 week residential course where you will gain a fully funded and accredited Vehicle Mounted Crane Certificate. We are looking for someone who is self-motivated, has a flexible approach, excellent communication skills and a customer-focused attitude.

Benefits: Offer fully funded and accredited Vehicle Mounted Crane Training. Opportunities for career progression and development.

Holiday: 31 days increasing to 33 with service with a flexible holiday scheme.

Pension Scheme – Saint-Gobain Retirement Savings Plan. Life Assurance – 2x salary/ 4x if in the pension scheme. Saint-Gobain Share options.

Staff Discount Card offering over 8000 discounts with various blue-chip companies.

Sociable working hours; which are based on a 47.5 hour week (Monday to Friday between the hours of 07:30 – 17:00 and alternate Saturdays 08:00 – 13:00).

What do I need to do now? We would love to hear from you. In order to find out more and apply, please register on and submit your CV.

What happens next? If you have been successful one of our friendly Resource Coordinators from our Southampton Recruitment Team (Area Code 01489) will be in contact within 14 days of your application to find out more about you and to discuss the role. We are an Equal Opportunities employer and we welcome a diversity of applications irrespective of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability status.


Bonfires, cosy dark night in front of the fire, stunning scenery and the changing leaves… but autumn can also present plenty of challenges out on the roads. So, here are a few tips to keep you safe and moving on the roads this Autumn….

Top up on your fluids

Make sure your antifreeze is topped up so, you don’t get caught out on a frosty morning!! Check your battery No-one wants to be stuck in the freezing cold with a flat car battery. Even if you don’t think you need a new one it’s still a great idea to get yours checked out to be on the safe side!!

Keep the lights on

You need to be checking your lights every few weeks or so throughout the year, but with the night’s drawing in it’s more important than ever to give them a quick look-over. It’s not just your headlight and brake lights that need checking make sure your hazard, fog light and even your number plate lights are all working.

Look out for leaves

They might look great when they’re turning golden brown but autumn leaves can be extremely dangerous on the roads, so take extra care if you’re travelling along rural routes and tree-lined streets in towns and cities. Leaves can cover up other surprises, like potholes and dips, so make sure you’re travelling carefully enough to deal with anything unexpected.

Prepare to be dazzled

Autumn means the sun is lower in the sky and for drivers this increased glare can be dangerous, to stay prepared for the dazzle, keep a good pair of sunglasses in the car and make full use of the sun visor. Watch out for wildlife Pheasants, foxes, badgers, squirrels and rabbits, – North Wales has some great wildlife, but when it comes to driving these creatures present a genuine danger. Hundreds of these creatures are killed on the our roads every year, so be vigilant particularly when driving in heavily-wooded areas and rural lanes. Watch out for kids trick-or-treating on Halloween and be prepared for exploding fireworks and large crowds around local displays when Guy Fawkes comes around.