There was a curry house when I worked as a reporter who used to ring up every week to try and get into the paper.
This ranged from the actually newsy, like fundraising for Children in Need, to the not quite so, like we have a food hygiene certificate. Back then everyone used to have them. But then came the one to five start ratings for hygiene. They became something to shout about.
One council in the South West has thought-up a new way to shout about these certificates. Send out the environmental health officer to sing a Christmas carol with them.
Our Public Protection Team has been out checking food hygiene standards on the first day of @BathXmasMarket.
Look who’s on song with a festive 5 out of 5, @AngelfishCafe.👍🎶@VisitBath pic.twitter.com/GYILQLeSBt
— B&NES Council (@bathnes) November 23, 2017
So, on the fifth day of Christmas my true love gave to me a certificate with five stars on it.
A daft but effective way of celebrating a top score on what can be an important yet routine piece of legislation. Good work Dan Cattanach.