A teatime treat from Taylors

4th March 2005 at 00:00
This week's Taylors Tea Break Time kit - comprising a teapot, four bone china mugs, a dozen Yorkshire tea loaves and plenty of Yorkshire tea - is heading to Playpals, a small private nursery school which also runs before and after-school care at two primary schools in Solihull, West Midlands.

Its eight staff have prepared for eight - yes, eight - Ofsted inspections over the past 12 months.

The nursery's manager, Lynne Townend, is full of praise for her staff.

"They have all been so patient and supportive," she says. "They definitely deserve a treat. A couple of years without another inspection would be a start." Sounds like they'll need some extra mugs for all those inspectors.

Well done, everyone.

Bettys and Taylors is a traditional family business based in north Yorkshire that specialises in high-quality foods, fine teas, exclusive coffees and tasty luxury biscuits. You can order online for delivery anywhere in the UK and beyond. For more information, visit: www.bettysandtaylors.co.uk.

If you and your colleagues deserve a treat, let us know why.Send your message, including your full name and the address of your school, marked staffroom treats offer, by email or post to the address on the right.

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