Double awards celebration as The CRUMBS Project (Crumbs) is recognised by the Destination Management Board (DMB) Tourism Awards 2022.
Crumbs won the Gold Award in the Education category of the DMB Awards. This award identifies and celebrates individuals, teams, establishments, or organisations that promote academic and vocational qualifications for both international and domestic students that help support and contribute towards the tourism industry.
Crumbs’ Head of Centre, Ursula Boardman, attended the glittering awards ceremony event held at Bournemouth’s Pavilion Ballroom along with trainees and staff team members.
Ursula said: “What a great achievement for all at Crumbs to receive this award in recognition of the charity’s contribution to the local Hospitality industry. I am so proud of all trainees and our team and it’s brilliant to be able to bring some of them along to experience this event”.
Former Crumbs’ Trainee William Booth was also recognised at the DMB Awards event by receiving The Tony Williams Young Innovators Award, sponsored by Lynne Williams. This award recognises an individual, aged between 16 – 25 years, who has used exceptional vision and innovation to overcome personal challenges, demonstrating a positive attitude and commitment to their work, contributing to the tourism industry in the BCP area.
Matthew was Crumbs’ Trainee of the Year 2021/22 and at the end of his training programme went onto employment with The Parks Foundation.
Education Award, sponsored by Adventure Wonderland.
The Tony Williams Young Innovators Award, sponsored by Lynne Williams.