Tag: award

Tag: award

25 September, 2017
Hislop was handed the awards at a ceremony at the Hachette offices

Victoria Hislop has been awarded four Specsavers Bestseller awards, powered by Nielsen Book. Her chart-topping debut novel, The Island, has now sold over a million copies and receives a Platinum award, with Gold awards being awarded for sales of over half a million copies for The Thread, The Return and The Sunrise.

Huge success

21 November, 2017
Wallington store director Jonathan Butterworth (centre) was delighted to pick up the award

Specsavers in Wallington is celebrating after being announced as the winner of the best store in south west London award at the annual Specsavers London regional meeting this month.

The opticians, located in Woodcote Road, was one of many Specsavers stores in the running for the hotly-contested accolade. Specsavers Wallington just pipped the competition after being recognised for going through a huge transformation this year.

Amazing growth

21 November, 2017
Specsavers Redruth celebrate success of Cornish sisters in youth awards

Cornish sisters, Mia aged 13 and Natty aged 11 were two of 24 children recently honoured at this year’s British Citizen youth Awards, in association with Specsavers, at the Palace of Westminster.

Local heroes

Mia and Natty Goleniowska are a powerful combination of sisters. Natty has Down’s syndrome and as a family they have created a blog called ‘Downs Side Up’ to promote inclusion and equality.

21 November, 2017
Natty and Mai from Cornwall were awarded medals at the 2017 awards

Local Cornish sisters, Mia aged 13 and Natty aged 11 were two of 24 children honoured at this year’s British Citizen youth Awards at the Palace of Westminster by Diversity dance troupe leader, Ashley Banjo.

Powerful combination of sisters

Natty has Down’s syndrome and as a family they have created a blog called ‘Downs Side Up’ to promote inclusion and equality.

21 November, 2017
Specsavers sponsor the British Citizen youth Awards

Cornish sisters, Mia aged 13 and Natty aged 11 were two of 24 children recently honoured at this year’s British Citizen youth Awards, in association with Specsavers, at the Palace of Westminster by Diversity dance troupe leader, Ashley Banjo.

Incredible sisters

Mia and Natty Goleniowska are a powerful combination of sisters. Natty has Down’s syndrome and as a family they have created a blog called ‘Downs Side Up’ to promote inclusion and equality.

20 November, 2017
Caine Wildman with Lauren Thomas and Ashley Banjo

Now in its second year, the British Citizen Youth Award (BCyA), in association with Specsavers, seeks to highlight the many acts of bravery, kindness and compassion carried out by young people across the UK. 

Caine Wildman from Wednesbury was one of the children honoured for their incredible efforts at a formal presentation held at the Palace of Westminster.

Incredible stories

20 November, 2017
Store director Sirjit Sanghera is presented with the award

Specsavers London Wall is celebrating after recently being awarded Platinum Employer status for its commitment to developing skills and improving communication among its staff members.

The opticians received the honour after being externally assessed on five key areas of business standards, including performance management, recruitment and induction, and learning and development.

Dedicated Team

Specsavers London Wall store director Sirjit Sanghera said: ‘We have a hugely dedicated team who are always willing to go the extra mile for our customers.

20 November, 2017
Mia and Natty from Cornwall present their British Citizen youth Awards medals

Cornish sisters, Mia aged 13 and Natty aged 11 were two of 24 children honoured at this year’s British Citizen youth Awards, in association with Specsavers.  

Inspirational duo

Natty has Down’s syndrome and as a family they have created a blog called ‘Downs Side Up’ to promote inclusion and equality.

20 November, 2017
Specsavers sponsored the British Citizen youth Awards

Cornish sisters, Mia aged 13 and Natty aged 11 were two of 24 children honoured at this year’s British Citizen youth Awards, in association with Specsavers, at the Palace of Westminster by Diversity dance troupe leader, Ashley Banjo.

Incredible stories

Mia and Natty Goleniowska are a powerful combination of sisters. Natty has Down’s syndrome and as a family they have created a blog called ‘Downs Side Up’ to promote inclusion and equality.

20 November, 2017
Owen Perks with James Cathcart and Ashley Banjo

Twenty four inspirational youngsters from across the UK were delighted to be announced as medallists for this year’s British Citizen Youth Award (BCyA) in recognition of their extraordinary contribution to society, charities and good causes.

Owen Perks from Wolverhampton was one of the children honoured for their incredible efforts at a formal presentation held at the Palace of Westminster.