The Lord Lieutenant of Dorset has met with local childcare provider Tops Day Nurseries Wimborne, to award them the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development.
Following the official ceremony, where Angus Campbell Esq presented Cheryl Hadland with the prestigious crystal bowl, representing the Queen’s Award, he observed a Tops Cooking School session, where the preschool children at the nursery cooked sugar-free apple crumble. He discussed the benefits of the no-added sugar menus provided at Tops with Senior Nursery Manager, Sharon White.
Tops Day Nurseries were delighted to welcome, Councillor Leslie Gibson, Vice Chair of Colehill and Councillor Diann March, Deputy Mayor of Wimborne, to the ceremony to celebrate with them.
Individuals who have made a significant impact at Tops and who helped them to achieve the Queen’s Award were invited, including Tops colleagues and those in external partnerships that support forwarding Tops’ sustainable ethos and practice. Find out more about the Queens Award here.
Tops Day Nurseries offers care and education for children from 3 months to school age, all year round for extended opening hours, as well as having an afterschool and holiday club for school-age children. For more information, please call 01202 551553 or email: email@example.com