Raj Amodia award at Nescot

Peter O'Donovan, Mayor of Epsom and Ewell was present at the giving of Raj Amodia awards to two students


On 17 November Nescot held their Higher Education Awards Ceremony for both 2020 and 2021. Epsom Rotary Club sponsor the Raj Amodia Trophy and Prize awarded to one of the outstanding pupils in each year. The ceremony was attended by Richard Deavin and Chris Shortt on behalf of the club.

 

The prize in 2020 was awarded to Kelly Bates who is pictured receiving the award from the Mayor of Epsom and Ewell Peter O'Donovan.

 

The prize in 2021 was awarded to Abigail Atkin who is pictured receiving the award from the Chief Fire Officer of Surrey Fire and Rescue Steve Owen-Hughes in the company of Frances Rutter Chief Executive and Principal of Nescot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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