On Tuesday night, Roz Brunsdon (the Site Support Manager for Moto) dropped in to South Parade to present TYA with a cheque for £650. Moto are Britain’s leading provider of motorway services and TYA has been one of the charities adopted by the Moto site at Woolley Edge on the M1. Roz raised the money from Moto’s national charity fund.
TYA has been working with Roz for over a year and the Woolley Edge Services site is a training ground for TYA’s YouthApproved trainees to learn the skills of being a professional mystery shopper.
Roz (on the right) is pictured presenting the cheque to Jade Taylor, a YoungUpstart trainee who is hoping to launch a childcare business in Wakefield.