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Top honour for The Little Princess Trust

Rubbing shoulders with the best in business at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

The Little Princess Trust came away with a prize at the regional finals of The Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

LPT chief executive Phil Brace and Wendy Tarplee-Morris, the charity’s co-founder, rubbed shoulders with some of the biggest names in business at the event in Birmingham.  

The Little Princess Trust was a finalist in the “entrepreneur for good award” after being recognised for the work it does in providing real hair wigs, free of charge, to children undergoing cancer treatment.
Award judges also commended the way the Hereford charity funds research into childhood cancers and the search for less toxic treatments.

The Little Princess Trust finished as a runner-up in the category which was won by Guy Schanschieff. He is the founder of Bambino Mio, one of the world’s largest reusable nappy brands.

Mr Schanschieff was also named the overall Great British Entrepreneur of the Year for the Midlands region at the event which was hosted by Go Compare’s very own Wynne Evans. 

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The MBE for voluntary groups was awarded to The Little Princess Trust by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.