The boss of leading boiler manufacturer Worcester Bosch has spoken of his pride at once again supporting the Worcestershire Education Awards.

Worcestershire Education Awards will be broadcast live on the Worcester News facebook page at 7pm on Thursday, February 24.

The star-studded awards are being run by the Worcester News in conjunction with the University of Worcester to shine a light on the fantastic work done by staff and students in our nurseries, schools and colleges.

There are 10 categories and among the high profile local organisations and businesses sponsoring them are Worcester Bosch.

Since forming in 1962, Worcester Bosch has grown to become the UK’s market leader in domestic boilers, while also manufacturing a range of renewable technologies, intelligent heating controls and hot water cylinders.

The company has been voted Which? Best Buy for its boilers for the past 12 years.

Whilst the Worcester Bosch main headquarters are in Worcester, it is a national employer of over 1,850 people, with a manufacturing plant in Clay Cross, Derbyshire and training, sales, and service personnel all across the country. Even so the company continues to have an interest in its local community that has lasted for its full 60 years in operation.

Warming the community is an intrinsic value to the Worcester Bosch team, as is education.

That’s why Worcester Bosch launched a children’s sustainability storybook and writing competition to engage children throughout the UK on the topic of climate change. It is also it is proud to be a current partner of mental health charity Mind for 2022/2023, supporting the essential work they do for mental health support.

With this in mind, the company is excited to be once again sponsoring the Worcestershire Education Awards – specifically for 2022 the Headteacher of the Year and Special Education Needs Awards.

Carl Arntzen, CEO at Worcester Bosch, said: “Throughout our 60-year history, warming lives has been an essential part of our business, not only in the products we manufacturer but in the impact we have on those around us.

"This is why we are proudly supporting the Worcestershire Education Awards for a third year in a row.

"Our community is paramount to us, whether that be between colleagues in our business or as part of the wider community in Worcestershire, and so we want to be part of recognising those who make a positive impact locally.

"Those in education most certainly do."

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  • Worcestershire Education Awards will be broadcast live on the Worcester News facebook page at 7pm on Thursday, February 24.