12:30PM, Sunday 24 July 2016
A growing business has had its success recognised with a Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
Carina Evans, co-founder of the Hurley-based company Dog Rocks collected the award from the Queen and the Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire at Buckingham Palace on Thursday, July 14 .
Dog Rocks is a natural product to prevent lawn damage from dog urination in the garden.
The Honey Lane resident said: "It was a very welcome surprise when the email popped into my inbox signifying a win.
“What a fantastic honour it was to visit Buckingham Palace and meet the Queen, it really does make all the hard work and grit worthwhile and is also a great reward for the hard work and perseverance of my team.
"I have some excellent people in place and am really enjoying this journey within the pet industry, an innovative and exciting industry to be a part of."
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