Former Canaries star presents awards

FORMER Norwich City star Jeremy Goss presented Flegg High School pupils with the Princess Diana Memorial Award in recognition of their contribution to peer support.

FORMER Norwich City star Jeremy Goss presented Flegg High School pupils with the Princess Diana Memorial Award in recognition of their contribution to peer support.

The Diana Award was set up to reward youngsters aged between 12 and 18 who have helped improve the lives of people within their communities. Goss, who now works as Norwich City's community ambassador, presented certificates and badges to 13 Flegg students at the club's Carrow Road ground on Wednesday last week as they trained Martham Primary School's Year 6 pupils in the techniques of peer support.

The award winners included Emma Gallant, Zoe Ribbands, Ashleigh Carruthers, Junior Rumbelow, Stacey Annison,

Eloise Perry, Harvey Rodbourne, Sophie Lamb, Adam Rudrum, Catherine Bates, Sarah Knott, Laura Bennison and Chloe Cavanagh.


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