From the Institute of Cornish Studies
Celebrating St Piran’s Day on the Penryn Campus - the first Richard Angove Bursary is awarded.
On Wednesday 5th March the Institute of Cornish Studies held a special event in the Exchange Building to mark St Piran’s Day. It was decided that this would be an appropriate day to acknowledge the work of undergraduate students who are making a significant contribution to the work of Cornish Studies. The Richard Angove Bursary was officially launched last year in association with Cornish Quest. This is an annual award of £150 each to three outstanding undergraduate students doing courses associated with the Institute of Cornish Studies. The three winners for 2013-14 were officially awarded their certificates by Angela Angove, the chairman of Cornish Quest.
Angela said: "Cornish Quest was absolutely delighted at the high standard of the papers from the three student winners of the Cornish Quest Richard Angove Bursary. It was obvious to us all that Thomas Fidler, Miles Fowler and Will Orchard had researched very well and we are very proud of them all. We wish them well in their studies and endeavours in the future."
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