Students’ outstanding achievements recognised

PUBLISHED: 12:53 20 December 2012 | UPDATED: 15:07 20 December 2012

Students from Honiton Community College recieved certificates for outstanding achievement and gift tokens at the town council awards.

Students from Honiton Community College recieved certificates for outstanding achievement and gift tokens at the town council awards.

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Honiton Community College students receive certificates and gift tokens at the town council awards.

Students at Honiton Community College have been recognised for their outstanding achievements at this month’s town council awards. Certificates and gift tokens were presented to Ben Moulton, Katie Kunda, George Stoykov, Charlie Wright,Hazel Canniford, Ebony Lacey, Emily Bramhall,Tara Drew, Kate Storey and Chris Hack at a meeting of Honiton Town Council last week. The awards were presented by the college’s principal Glenn Smith and the mayor, Councillor David Foster. Picture by Katy Griffin.

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