What’s On 4 Kids Wins!!

October 5, 2018

Wednesday 3rd October was a very proud day for Kidslingo at the What’s On 4 Kids Awards 2018.

Our fantastic Plymouth franchisee Becky MacLean was the winner of Most Outstanding Activity Leader for kids age 5 – 12 years in the UK, the amazing Louise Lenihan, franchisee in Glasgow South, was Highly Commended as Most Outstanding Activity Leader Scotland & N Ireland and overall Kidslingo was awarded Highly Commended for Best Activity for children 5-12  as well as finalists in Industry Leader & Best Preschool Activity.

Wednesday 3rd October was a very proud day for Kidslingo at the What’s On 4 Kids Awards 2018.

Our fantastic Plymouth franchisee Becky MacLean was the winner of Most Outstanding Activity Leader for kids age 5 – 12 years in the UK, the amazing Louise Lenihan, franchisee in Glasgow South, was Highly Commended as Most Outstanding Activity Leader Scotland & N Ireland and overall Kidslingo was awarded Highly Commended for Best Activity for children 5-12  as well as finalists in Industry Leader & Best Preschool Activity.

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