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Students to get cash aid for uni.

FOUR city youngsters are beating the costs of university - thanks to a scholarship scheme.

Reviving the Heart of the West End (RHWE), a charitable trust based in Benwell, Newcastle, has launched the scholarships to champion the value of higher education for teens in the West End.

Sixth Form students at Excelsior Academy applied for the scheme, and the winners will each receive pounds 1000 for each year of their courses.

Scholarships are going to Radafina Petleshkova, of North Kenton, studying English and drama at Sunderland University, Toni Raymond, of Kenton, studying psychology at Sunderland, Amel Nouar, of Fenham, studying international business management with French at Northumbria University, and Natalie Morton of Walbottle, studying drama with criminology at Sunderland. For more details about RHWE call 0191 226 7300, or email
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Oct 22, 2011
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