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Gold-level students.

Byline: Report by Aimee Jones aimee.jones@mnamedia.co.uk

Students picked up their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards at Buckingham Palace.

Studying A-levels at Shrewsbury Colleges Group, the joined the 10 per cent who set out and achieved the highest award. Eight former students received their awards from Paralympian and TV presenter, Sean Rose, after Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, heard many of the success stories. Student Gregor Baker said: "I decided to do the Gold Duke of Edinburgh (DoE) Award because it is a great achievement to put on your CV and helps you stand out to future employers.

"Also, my dad completed his Gold DofE many years ago and I thought it would be fun to do the same.

"Going to Buckingham Palace was a once in a lifetime experience for me."

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Paralympian and TV presenter, Sean Rose, with three of the successful students

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Publication:Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England)
Date:Jun 18, 2019
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