Brian Skyum, the new owner of Dymocks in Lane Cove and supporter of the ‘Be SEEDsational’ campaign in Lane Cove.
Dymocks in Lane Cove on Sydney's lower north shore and Yummy Times Group are working together to educate children to help them make good lifestyle choices and develop healthy eating habits.
Brian Skyum, the new owner of Dymocks in Lane Cove and has been welcomed into the local community and is already embracing local initiatives.
Anne Roze of Yummy Times Group is an innovative entrepreneur and author and is passionate about making a difference to society, with a practical, collaborative, no-nonsense approach for getting things done. This led Anne to create the Yummy Times Group, with a mission of “Eat and live seasonably".
With a focus on providing the best service to all demographics, Brian Skyum's Dymocks store is already attracting children and families as he works to build relationships among the wider community. As a proud supporter of Yummy Times Group’s ‘Be SEEDsational’ campaign, Dymocks Lane Cove is sponsoring visits to local school libraries and canteens to get involved in spreading the message of balanced eating and healthy lifestyles within the community.
Dymocks is offering participating schools in the areas surrounding Lane Cove a chance to win up to $500 to top up your school library's collection, plus donations to your canteen and library.
If you would like to get in touch with Brian Skyum at Dymocks about this initiative for your school, they're at 38 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove NSW 2066 and their phone number is 02 9418 6500.
Yummy Times Group also encourages and facilitates businesses across a range of industries, to address both local health outcomes for Australians, and global issues such as obesity, food availability, sustainability, and food wastage.
The friendly looking Yummy TImes mascot greets people as they pass Dymocks in Lane Cove.
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