Clean premises rewarded

PUBLISHED: 15:00 09 February 2011

Scoozi restaurant Hill Road, Clevedon, gained five stars in its last inspection.

Scoozi restaurant Hill Road, Clevedon, gained five stars in its last inspection.

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CLEAN kitchens and good standards of hygiene have been recognised with five star ratings being handed to food premises across North Somerset.

Posh Spice Indian restaurant High Street, Nailsea, gained five stars in its last inspection.

Last week, the Times revealed six outlets that had been graded with zero stars, the worst possible standard, by North Somerset Council inspectors between November 2009 and November 2010.

This week, the spotlight falls on schools, nurseries, restaurants, clubs and businesses that have all been rewarded with the best possible rating following successful inspections during the same time period.

Since December, the unitary authority has changed its rating system and now uses a national scheme run by the Food Standards Agency.

Between November 2009 and November 2010 the following premises received five stars, the best possible rating, after health and safety inspections by North Somerset Council:

Backwell: Parsons of Nailsea. Kick Start Coffee Cart.

Claverham: Stepping Stones Community Preschool.

Clevedon: St Nicholas Chantry Primary School. Clevedon Montessori Nursery School. Gorselands. Clevedon Hospital. Home Caterer. St John’s Production Kitchen. Alexandra Road News. St Brigas. Highdale Day Nursery. Scoozi Ristorante.

Congresbury: Hedgehog Pie.

Easton-in-Gordano: Geraldine’s Business Meals.

Flax Bourton: Lite Bites.

Nailsea: Kingshill Primary School. MYCON Youth and Luncheon Club. Posh Spice.

Pill: Pill Community Centre.

Portbury: Restaurants at Work.

Portishead: The Coach House Nursery. Leapfrog Day Nursery. Costa Coffee. Cambrian Lodge. Norewood Lodge. Honey Tree Day Nursery. Trinity Primary School. Hanover Housing Association.

Tickenham: Elm Tree Cottage B&B. Folly Farm Day Nursery.

Wraxall: Children’s Hospice South West. Charlton Nursery. The Granary. Wraxall Primary School.

Yatton: Yatton Masonic Hall.


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