Oswestry, United Kingdom, July 08, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Students at North Shropshire College (NSC) have celebrated the successful end to the year at the Annual Awards Evening recently at NSC’s Walford Campus; the event was attended by staff, students, parents, members of the board of governors and guest of honour, the Shropshire NFU Chairman Richard Yates. 37 Awards were given to students, lecturers and staff, all celebrating their unique achievements.
Principal and Chief Executive of NSC, Jackie Doodson, commented, "It has been an absolute pleasure to see these students receive their awards, they have worked incredibly hard over the past year and thoroughly deserve being recognised for all their efforts at NSC. I wish them all the very best for the future." Among the winners were Barry Hereward, who was awarded Community Education Student of the Year, Barry had recently taken part in a project to develop a step-by-step guide to building a BBQ.
The evening was held on in the walled garden of NSC’s Walford Campus, guests were treated to champagne and canapés by Hospitality and Catering staff and students. British Ironworks Centre had provided small sculptures of sheep and chickens to add a decorative touch to the garden, music was provided by Shrewsbury singer Michaela Wylde. Business student, Marco Giannasi, was awarded the Oswestry Town Council Award for Service to the Community and NSC Engineering lecturer, Simon Thomas, was awarded the Oswestry Town Council Award for Innovation. The best computing student of the year was Gareth Gavan, he and fellow student Dan Sayers had both been nominated for an award by CAE, a technology innovation company.
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