Beauty therapist wins top award

PUBLISHED: 19:00 11 September 2018

Sharon Parsons (right) has been recognised by industry-leading Pevonia Botanica.

Sharon Parsons (right) has been recognised by industry-leading Pevonia Botanica.

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A beauty therapist who is a ‘real asset’ to a highly-rated hotel has claimed an impressive prize.

Sharon Parsons from Congresbury’s Double Tree by Hilton, Cadbury House, has won the Therapist of The Year award from renowned spa brand Pevonia Botanica.

The award comes as Cadbury House was selected as Britain’s best hotel spa by Pevonia.

Sharon’s manager Jason Eaton said: “It’s great to see Sharon receive the recognition she so fully deserves. She’s a pleasure to have as a member of the team at Cadbury House and we’re so proud of her win.

“There really isn’t a more deserving winner. She is a hardworking and dedicated member of the team with exceptional industry knowledge and understanding.

“Her client interaction as well as her treatment ability shows that she is a real asset and it’s great she’s been recognised.”

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