School cleaners, caterers and caretakers among those honoured from around Cambridgeshire at fourth annual awards

SCHOOL caterers, cleaners and caretakers were amongst those honoured at Cambridgeshire Catering and Cleaning Services fourth annual awards The awards were presented at Shire Hall by county council chairman, Councillor John Powley and were attended by the winners, plus a number of head teachers and CCS staff.

11 different awards were presented, including:

10 out of 10 Awards

Riina Driscoll, Great Sampford Primary School in Essex

Teresa Wood, Brington Primary School


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Linzi Dawson, Houghton Primary School

Lynda Hobley, Orchards Primary School in Wisbech

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Primary School Caterer of the Year

Celia Griffiths, Pendragon Primary School

Secondary School Caterer of the Year

Wayne Garner, Ernulf Academy

School Catering Team of the Year

Louise Hadlow, Cheryl Wilson and Delyse Burton, Glebelands Primary School

School Employee of the Year

Patricia Winwood, Everton Lower School in Bedfordshire

Marketing Award

Tracy Brooks, Emma Good and Karen Pledger, Arbury Primary School

Hospitality Employee of the Year

Lyndsey Hall, Caf� at Cambridge Central Library Cleaning Employee of the Year

Sylvia Seymour, Huntingdon Nursery School

School Cleaning Team of the Year

Linda Missen, Angela Ablett, Julie Veal, Margaret Brown, Maureen Pope, Tina Martin,

Orchards Primary School in Wisbech

Caretaking Employee of the Year

Alan Hambley, Ely St Johns Primary School

Head of Service Award

Mary Bliszczak, Carol Mosley, Carole Youngman, Tracy Zwetsloot and Julia Wilson, Cambridgeshire Catering Service’s Training Team.

Richard Ware, Head of CCS said: “These awards recognise those individuals who have gone the extra mile in providing services to schools and the council and the energy and commitment they have shown in their work.”

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