Outstanding school staff rewarded

PUBLISHED: 09:26 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:09 11 May 2010

Bassingbourn Primary

Bassingbourn Primary

UNSUNG heroes at two of Crow Country s schools have been recognised at new catering and cleaning awards. The awards, arranged by the Cambridgeshire Catering and Cleaning Services (CCS) were presented at a ceremony at Shire Hall, Cambridge. The catering t

UNSUNG heroes at two of Crow Country's schools have been recognised at new catering and cleaning awards.

The awards, arranged by the Cambridgeshire Catering and Cleaning Services' (CCS) were presented at a ceremony at Shire Hall, Cambridge.

The catering team at Bassingbourn Primary School were named school catering team of the year, while the cleaners at Petersfield School, Orwell, picked up the school cleaning team of the year prize.

They beat off opposition from across Cambridgeshire to claim their prizes. They were presented with their prizes by Cllr Linda Oliver, county councillor for Bassingbourn and county council chairman.

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, together with the energy and commitment they have shown in their work.

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