Torquay venue secures education awards

Torquay’s Riviera International Conference Centre (RICC) is to host this year’s Teaching Awards for the South West of England region on June 25. The ceremony – which has an audience of 250 and rewards teachers, heads, teaching assistants and school governors from the region – is one of 13 in a nationwide tour. “RICC meets all our requirements for staging this high profile awards ceremony,” said Teaching Awards events manager Juliette Runyeard. RICC managing director Barry Cole added that he was thrilled his venue had secured the awards: “The ceremony recognises the hard work that those involved in education put in and it’s a great honour to be selected as a venue. Teachers play such an important role in children’s lives and deserve the recognition these awards bring.”

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