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Framlingham: Pupil receives National Citizen Award after organising concert in aid of The Teenage Cancer Trust

10:30 21 January 2014

Framlingham College student Eleanor Gunn, pictured receiving her National Citizen Service award, with actor and director Femi Oyaniran. .

Framlingham College student Eleanor Gunn, pictured receiving her National Citizen Service award, with actor and director Femi Oyaniran. .

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A student who organised a charity concert in Suffolk as part of an “inspirational” scheme encouraging young people to improve their community has received an award.

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Framlingham College’s Eleanor Gunn recently attended her National Citizen Service graduation ceremony having helped to organise the event in aid of The Teenage Cancer Trust last year.

“I am so grateful that I was able to be part of such an amazing project,” she said.

“It has taught me so many valuable lessons and I will remember it for the rest of my life.

“It was truly inspirational.”

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