Edge Hill graduate, Philip McGuinness, has recently been following the yellow brick road as the Tin Man in Regal Entertainment’s production of the Wizard of Oz.
Second year student Travis Frain has an extensive history of volunteering, however when he was caught up in the Westminster attack earlier this year, he realised there wasn’t enough support for victims of terrorism and was inspired to become a charity trustee.
A keen YouTuber with a following of over 27,000 subscribers and video views in excess of two million has been awarded a scholarship by Edge Hill University.
As an ultramarathon runner, Scott regularly clocks up 100km – or 62 miles – and has raised thousands of pounds for charity. His dedication has now been rewarded with an Excellence Scholarship from Edge Hill University.
As well as studying for a degree in Early Childhood Studies and looking after her three boys, Dawn Chadwick gives up her valuable weekends to run a voluntary trampoline club for children and adults of all physical abilities.
Business and Economics student Mark Turner has been recognised with an Excellence Scholarship for his voluntary work in both Northern Ireland and Ethiopia, where he has helped build schools and improve children’s lives through football.
A Liverpool student who works tirelessly to improve mental health provision for young people has received a scholarship from Edge Hill University.
James Thompson was a national level cyclist, before a serious crash in 2014 left him unable to walk, talk or eat. Two years later, he completed an Ironman challenge. His courage, resilience and determination to use his experiences to inspire others have been recognised with an Edge Hill Excellence Scholarship.
As well as regularly working through the night to help people in need, first year student Aoibhin Bailie also educates people on making positive lifestyle choices.
Edge Hill Musical Theatre students have been working with BAFTA-nominated musical theatre practitioner Benjamin Till on his latest musical, Em.