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Yarmouth student's star tern

PUBLISHED: 11:56 23 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:24 03 July 2010

A woman who spent the summer looking after Yarmouth's endangered little tern colony on the beach has been named Easton College's student of the year.

Susan Rendell-Read picked up the award at the annual foundation degree graduation ceremony last Friday.

A woman who spent the summer looking after Yarmouth's endangered little tern colony on the beach has been named Easton College's student of the year.

Susan Rendell-Read picked up the award at the annual foundation degree graduation ceremony last Friday.

Susan, a mature student from Lowestoft who studied ecology and conservation management, did voluntary work for the RSPB, after which she was offered a seasonal contract helping to oversee the tern colony. She was one of 37 students from the faculties of land-based studies and sport, public services and art who were presented with their awards at the ceremony.


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