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The positive impact of Djanogly Learning Trust on the children and communities that is serves has been recognised by royalty this week.
Liz Anderson, Chief Executive Officer, attended the royal family's first garden party of the year at Buckingham Palace.
Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and Princess Anne spoke with guests at the event on May 15th.
The garden parties are held to recognise public service. People from all walks of life, who have has a positive impact on their community, are invited to attend.
Liz Anderson said: "I felt very proud to represent everyone at Djanogly Learning Trust who make such a positive difference to so many children's lives."
She added: "It was a quintessentially British occasion and I felt very honoured to be part of it."