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Gorleston college celebrates PR awards success

PUBLISHED: 14:24 09 October 2017

Jon Dack and Josh Coles collect the PR award.
Picture: EN

Jon Dack and Josh Coles collect the PR award. Picture: EN

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East Norfolk Sixth Form College’s marketing team have won a public relations award.

The team won the silver award for ‘Outstanding in-house PR Team 2017’ for the Anglia, Thames and Chiltern area.

Schools liaison, marketing and admissions manager Jon Dack and schools liaison, marketing and admissions assistant, Josh Coles, were presented with the award at The Guildhall, Cambridge.

Mr Dack said, “We are absolutely delighted to have won this award. We are a small team and to be recognised for the work we do at this level, by our peers, is a fantastic honour and achievement. We are really grateful to the staff and students at EN and our partner schools who support us.”

Principal Dr Catherine Richards, said: “I am delighted our marketing team have been recognised for the work they do to promote the college. They should be very proud of their achievement.”

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