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Students in Norwich get travel bursaries

Students from Norwich have received a bursary to help them pursue their travels.

The pupils from Notre Dame High School, on Surrey Street, in the city, received cheques amounting to £1200.

The picture shows Patrick Harrison (head of RE), Tim Beard,  Jack Harrison, Aine Kirwan, Eleanor Matthewson, Natalie Shorten, Nathan Williamson, Andrew Miller, Jackie Skwarka, Joanna Weal and Paul Bruning (President of Norwich Catenians)

Students from Norwich have received a bursary to help them pursue their travels. The pupils from Notre Dame High School, on Surrey Street, in the city, received cheques amounting to £1200. The picture shows Patrick Harrison (head of RE), Tim Beard, Jack Harrison, Aine Kirwan, Eleanor Matthewson, Natalie Shorten, Nathan Williamson, Andrew Miller, Jackie Skwarka, Joanna Weal and Paul Bruning (President of Norwich Catenians)

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Students from Norwich have received a bursary to help them pursue their travels.

The pupils from Notre Dame High School, on Surrey Street, received cheques amounting to £1200.

The money was donated from the Catenian Bursary Fund, which was set up to help these type of ventures.

Paul Bruning, president of Norwich Circle of the Catenian Association presented the cheques to assist the sixth formers planning to travel on a pilgrimage to Lourdes this year. The presentation took place on Tuesday, January 25 at the school.

The Catenian Association is an international brotherhood of Catholic professional men and describes its branches as circles.


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