The first BUCS fixtures of 2020 provided mixed results for Edge Hill University sides
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Edge Hill University PhD student Daryn Egan-Simon is named among the top 10 most influential people of 2019 for his grassroots organisation BrewEd – announced by Tes.
Oliver Moores, from Chorley, was nominated for the award by children’s charity Barnardo’s. The 19-year-old has been volunteering for the past year with Barnardo’s at the Include Me 2 children’s centre in Preston.
News by the government that nursing students are to receive more funding in a bid to increase the number of nurses by 50,000 over the next five years has been welcomed by Edge Hill University.
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Despite a reduced fixture schedule, the final week of BUCS action in 2019 provided some headline performances, and reason to suggest silverware will be winging its way to Ormskirk in the new decade.
Graduating with a merit, 31-year-old Eddie Owen hasn’t let a turbulent 18 months after being diagnosed with epilepsy deter him from helping other young people succeed.
Twenty-nine-year-old Eddie Fashioni left his Skelmersdale home to pursue a career in the professional rugby league and is now Toronto Wolfpack’s First Team Sport Scientist.
Judge Professor Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque has been recognised for his outstanding contribution to social justice and human rights law with an honorary doctorate from Edge Hill University.