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A NURSERY in Altrincham is celebrating after scooping a second national award.

Following success at the NDNA’s award ceremony in June, when Juice Nursery picked up the ‘Supporting Staff Well Being Award’, they have hit the mark again, being named as one of the recipients of this year’s Princess Royal Training Awards.

The Princess Royal Training Awards is an honour for UK employers that have created lasting impact by successfully linking their skills development needs to business performance.

Read the full article on the Messenger Newspaper website: https://www.messengernewspapers.co.uk/news/17865188.second-award-juice-nursery-altrincham/

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