2016 Venus Awards Win
Ladram Bay are thrilled to announce that we’ve been awarded “Company of the year” at the 2016 Devon Venus Awards.
The ceremony was held on 18th November at the Great Hall at the University of Exeter. Stepping up to receive the accolade were director and member of the park-owning family member Zoe House, and Ladram Bay’s general manager Claire Williams.
Described by Channel Four as “the working women’s Oscars”, the Venus Awards recognise, reward and champion local working women in business. The Venus Awards were founded in Dorset in 2009 to recognise the hard work, effort and skill it takes women to successfully juggle business with other commitments.
Zoe House said that she and other members of the family were “stunned, surprised and delighted!” when their park’s name was read out at the awards ceremony, she added
“We knew we were up against some stiff competition, and to reach the finals underwent a rigorous judging process which looked at all aspects of our business,”
“We have always believed in providing equal career opportunities for both women and men, and in helping employees achieve their goals with support and training.
“This award is for everyone who works at the park, and we would like to thank all those who have supported us along the way,” added Zoe.
Ladram Bay’s general manager, Claire Williams, said the company’s success has always been the result of a combined team effort:
“We are very fortunate to have behind us a hard-working and loyal workforce of both women and men who share our vision for the business.
“It’s their efforts which help to create a truly memorable experience for our guests, and they deserve great credit for this award and the other recognitions we receive,” said Claire.