Tops Day Nurseries have recently partnered with Stephanie Wyatt, who was crowned Miss Hampshire earlier this year, to work on an exciting new project which will form part of Stephanie’s Miss England entry.
Stephanie contacted Tops Day Nurseries after hearing about the glitter ban that was introduced late last year, a ban that attracted global attention, with an idea on how to use up some of the remaining glitter to promote sustainability.
Stephanie said “ I had noticed the wonderful steps that Tops Days Nursery’s had taken to become more ethical and was thrilled to see local people with the same motives, I have been an ambassador for We Do Ethical Living for years now and any step I can take to become more ethical I do so! Glitter is an increasing problem for this world, so using it on my dress is to creating the awareness that needs to be there.”
Stephanie has been working to inspire young people to help the environment, which falls hand in hand with Tops Day Nurseries being the most eco-sustainable childcare provider in the UK.
Jodie Robinson, Nursery Manager said “The passion Stephanie has for sustainability and educating others really is something to be admired, we are thrilled to be able to support her project.
The children were so excited to see Stephanie arrive in her dress and beautiful crown, they thought she was a princess! They were so proud to think that they are helping Stephanie with a project that they have learnt so much about, and can’t wait for her to come back and visit after the finals.”
The project involves a handmade dress, made by Stephanie with the donation from Tops Day Nurseries, but the show stopping design will not be revealed until the Miss England finals later this year.
All of the staff children at Tops Day Nurseries would like to wish Stephanie the best of luck with the Miss England Finals, and look forward to seeing the finished dress.