Long-time Jellybabies Nursery volunteer Brian receives Lifetime Achievement Award - The Bromsgrove Standard

Long-time Jellybabies Nursery volunteer Brian receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Bromsgrove Editorial 5th May, 2024   0

A LONG-STANDING volunteer at Jellybabies Nursery and Pre-School has been give given a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Early Years Alliance.

Brian Kite, who is 86 and lives in Rubery, help set up the nursery in 1993 with Jacqueline Walker and two other family members.

Brian has volunteered at the nursery, based at Longbridge Methodist Centre, for more than 30 years. He arrives at 8.20am everyday, five days-a-week, and volunteers until at least 12.30pm.

The Early years Alliance had a huge response to this year’s awards and their judges were incredibly impressed by the dedication and commitment each nominee had clearly demonstrated throughout their time in the sector.

Brian was selected as the overall winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award and contacted directly by Neil Leitch, the CEO of the Early Years Alliance, to congratulate him.

And Neil paid the nursery a visit on Monday to personally present Brian with his award.

This is a prestigious recognition bestowed upon exceptional individuals who have made a significant positive impact on the life of early years childcare.

This award celebrates their unwavering commitment and dedication to young children’s care and learning.


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