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Search is on for deserving pupils.

SCHOOLS in Coventry and Warwickshire are being asked to nominate deserving pupils for a Princess of Wales Memorial Award.

The award was set up by the government to commemorate the life of the late Princess and aims to honour youngsters' courage, endurance, creativity and compassion. The deadline for entries is March 14.

Guilsborough School, near Rugby, received a Diana Award last term. Headteacher Christine Staley said: "As a headteacher, I would urge other heads to look around their schools. I am sure they will find they have a young person who is quietly deserving of the Diana Award by giving a great deal back to their school or their community."

Every school in the UK can make an award once a year to an individual or group of young people between 12 and 18 years old.

To apply, ring 020 8709 9935 or e-mail
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Feb 26, 2003
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