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Pam Barnes - March winner Pam Barnes is a very caring person, her care for older people with disabilities is second to none, and she has always put their needs first. She has been involved with the Coundon Care Centre Charity for over 20 years, and has been totally dedicated to caring for the most vulnerable members of the community.
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The RYA Musto Regional Youth Award East winner 2020 is Harry Sutton (18) from the Norfolk Schools Sailing Association (NSSA). Harry was nominated by the NSSA having joined in 2013 as a youth member, and since then become fundamentally involved in the running of the organisation. He has gone on to become both a Dinghy and Powerboat Instructor and widely assists with the programme of teaching of.
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Apprentice winner kickstarts Sheffield enterprise centre. A winner of the television show The Apprentice, Yasmina Siadatan has unveiled a new business centre at The Sheffield College. Yasmina Siadatan officially opened The Sheffield College Centre for Business and Enterprise, kickstarting this week’s MADE festival in the city. Yasmina Siadatan, creative director, The Start Up Loans Company.
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About the Author. Aaron Blabey has written many well-loved, best-selling books for children. He has around five million books in print and is the creator of three hugely successful series for children - the New York Times Bestseller The Bad Guys, Pig the Pug and Thelma the Unicorn. In 2018 it was announced that a movie adaptation of The Bad Guys is in development at DreamWorks Animation with.
First published in 1936 when the authors were fellows at Caius, this light-hearted manual is a quirky mix of philosophy and horse racing. Oakeshott went on to become one of the greatest political philosophers of the 20th Century. Republished this year with a foreword by journalist Peter Oborne (Christ's 1975) and preface by racing journalist Sean Magee (St Johns 1969), this gem is now.