Milton Keynes charity gets royal approval for its tireless work

Leading charity, MK Snap won the Royal seal of approval for 25 years of supporting people with disabilities.

Tuesday, 27th March 2018, 12:27 pm
Updated Tuesday, 27th March 2018, 12:35 pm
His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent at MK Snap

His Royal Highness, the Duke of Kent visited the centre last week and congratulated learners at the learning and life-skills centre on their all their achievements, including members of the catering team who made 25th anniversary cupcakes for the special day.

The charity’s new chief executive, Angela Novell said: “It was a great honour to share the celebrations of achievement by the learners with His Royal Highness our friends and supporters.”

Chair of Trustees, Liz Gifford added: “This visit was a very valuable acknowledgement of the quality of the work of MK Snap and a great experience for learners and staff.”

Lining up at MK Snap: Peter Wilson, HM Lord Lieutenant, Sir Henry Aubrey Fletcher, Vice-Patron of MK Snap, Roger Jefcoate, CBE, DL, MK Snap CEO, Angela Novell, His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent, The Duchess of Bedford, Grants Officer, MK Snap, Katie James
Lining up at MK Snap: Peter Wilson, HM Lord Lieutenant, Sir Henry Aubrey Fletcher, Vice-Patron of MK Snap, Roger Jefcoate, CBE, DL, MK Snap CEO, Angela Novell, His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent, The Duchess of Bedford, Grants Officer, MK Snap, Katie James