Bag a box from Bettys

22nd October 2004 at 01:00
Linda Sealey says her colleagues at Victoria school in Birmingham are a brilliant team who have supported her and kept her on her toes since her promotion in September to key stage 4 co-ordinator. Victoria is a full age range school for pupils with a range of physical and learning difficulties. Ms Sealey says everybody has a lot of fun as they strive to deliver an innovative and exciting curriculum. As a small reward for all their efforts, we're sending them a box of goodies worth pound;75 fromBettys and Taylors of Harrogate.

Bettys and Taylors is a traditional family business based in north Yorkshire that specialises in high-quality foods, such as superb handmade cakes and chocolates, fine teas, exclusive coffees and tasty luxury biscuits, including its famous, fresh-from-the-oven Fat Rascals. 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 Bettys offer, by email or post to the address on the right.

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