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Easton and Otley College students celebrate host of awards at Royal Norfolk Show

PUBLISHED: 10:29 29 June 2018

Tom Davey from Boxford in Suffolk who was part of the successful agricultural team which took part in the 2018 Royal Norfolk Show Picture: JOHN NICE

Tom Davey from Boxford in Suffolk who was part of the successful agricultural team which took part in the 2018 Royal Norfolk Show Picture: JOHN NICE

John Nice

Easton and Otley College is delighted at its performance at the Royal Norfolk Show, following on from one of its most successful Suffolk Shows.

From left, Charlotte Williams, Sara Rushworth, Ally Cromack and Faye Burrage after winning the Sir Richard Haddon Cup for having the best educational stand Picture: JOHN NICEFrom left, Charlotte Williams, Sara Rushworth, Ally Cromack and Faye Burrage after winning the Sir Richard Haddon Cup for having the best educational stand Picture: JOHN NICE

Students picked up a first prize in the young handlers class, and a host of sheep and cattle awards, including best ram, male champion, reserve breed champion, Norfolk special, three firsts, a second and two thirds.

It ran activities including sports challenges and the chance to see animals from corn snakes to cockroaches up close. Public services students took on a charity challenge for SERV, floristry students handed out button holes on the Federation of Small Businesses stand and the college welcomed their supporters and stakeholders to its main stand for afternoon tea.

Agricultural student Tom Davey from Boxford in Suffolk said he had enjoyed the experience. Principal Jane Townsend said she was “incredibly proud” of staff and students.

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