Scott Clements - Warehouse Operartive


Scott left school at the age of 16 to join a small family company involved in laying block paving for the domestic market. After five years with this Leicester based company he was promoted to a Team Leader position and spent a further five years with the company.

After waking up with an aching back once too often, Scott decided he needed to change jobs to preserve his health and with this in mind he made the move to Widdowson, the UK wide logistics Group. In the role of Warehouse Operative, Scott worked permanent night shifts handling a wide variety of goods – from toys to beer and from food to Warren products!

After working for Widdowson for over 15 years, Scott decided he wanted to stop working the night shifts and on seeing a Warren job vacancy ad in his local paper, he was interviewed and subsequently joined us in 2015 in a very similar role to the one he’d held previously. His journey to work is much the same though as our Leicester site is right next door to his previous employers…he just gets to see more daylight now!

Scott lives in Glenfield, Leicestershire with his partner Andrea and their young son Josh. In his spare time he enjoys going to the Kings Power stadium to watch Leicester City FC. He’s supported his local team most of his life and now young Josh goes along with his Dad to add his support to the team. (at the time of writing the Foxes has just won the 2016 Premier League title and the City is still smiling). 

Scott also enjoys listening to music and regularly goes to see live bands and says he has varied musical tastes. He also does his bit as Dad’s taxi - supporting Josh in his various out of school activities.       





Scott Clements

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