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Daniel is ‘Frontline Hero’ at Notcutts Garden Centre

Notcutts Dukeries employee Daniel Jones (right) receives his Frontline Hero award with Notcutts operations director Chris Coward (centre) and centre manager Andrew Rawson (right).
Notcutts Dukeries employee Daniel Jones (right) receives his Frontline Hero award with Notcutts operations director Chris Coward (centre) and centre manager Andrew Rawson (right).

An employee at a Worksop garden centre has been presented with a ‘Frontline Hero’ award in recognition of how he always goes the extra mile to help both customers and colleagues.

Daniel Jones is the the indoor manager at Notcutts Garden Centre Dukeries in Worksop and he was nominated for his award by his colleagues for his continued dedication to Notcutts’ core values which are ‘Passion, Inspiration and Expertise’.

Notcutts Dukeries was also awarded ‘Best Garden Centre Performance’, which was won jointly by Notcutts Rivendell in Yorkshire.

Daniel and the garden centre team were presented with their awards at Notcutts’ national conference which was held on Wednesday, March 21, at the Five Lakes Crowne Plaza Resort in Maldon, Essex.

Centre manager at Notcutts Dukeries, Andrew Rawson, said: “We’re thrilled to see Daniel receive recognition for his role at Notcutts.

“He’s a brilliant member of the team and he has a real passion for ensuring customers receive the best experience at our garden centre.”

CEO at Notcutts, Nick Burrows, said: “Our awards celebrate excellence at each of our 18 garden centres nationwide, so Daniel should be very proud of his achievements.”