Thursday, February 22, 2007

Town Hospital Sweet Trolley Wins BAFTA

With Swindon's flagship Great Western Hospital winning another award for good care and treatment, we at the Swindon Centric Blog feel we have to bring your attention to an under-reported win by the facility.

Following a series of heats and the shortlist, this afternoon the hospital's third floor sweet trolley won a BAFTA for best newcomer in a axle-supporting role.

'' This is something we are so proud off and worked hard toward, but didn't really think we could compete with the other candidates on the shortlist. We were very pleased just to get nominated.'' That quote from Alex Flanton, 25, the assistant trolley operator for the GWH's third floor.

Rumours tonight from BAFTA headquarters suggest the judges were especially impressed by the trolley's wide selection of organic white, dark and plain chocolate and fairtrade crisps.

Further rumour that the trolley is in negotiations to move to Los Angeles and 'break' the US market have been strongly denied this evening.

Swindon Centric Says ; Sweets, choc-ices, something on a stick!

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