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Charity advisor Shane Ryan (CF 2018) was awarded an MBE in the 2023 New Year Honours List for services to disadvantaged young people and to charity.
By Shane Ryan, 2023
Disability campaigner David Stanley (CF 2019) undertook a musical performance tour of San Diego with a group of musicians with learning disabilities.
By David Stanley, 2023
Cobnut grower Tom Cannon (CF 2019) spoke at the Oxford Real Farming Conference on 6 January as part of a panel on Future Nut Production in the UK.
By Tom Cannon, 2023
Charity founder James Edmonds (CF 2015) has co-written a new book, When Words Are Not Enough: Creative Responses to Grief.
By James Edmonds, 2023
Science educator Sai Pathmanathan (CF 2016) has written a new book, Chews Your Own Tasty Adventure, which will be published in July.
By Sai Pathmanathan, 2023
Medical physicist Paul Ganney (CF 2002) has written a textbook called Introduction to Bioinformatics and Clinical Scientific Computing, published by CRC press.
By Paul Ganney, 2023
Commonwealth gold medallist Alan Hydes (CF 1971) was awarded a blue plaque on Barnsley YMCA building as tribute to his leading the England Table Tennis team during a Ping-Pong diplomacy tour in China 1971.
By Alan Hydes, 2023
Girlguiding leader Hilary Cooper (CF 1979) was awarded a BEM in the 2023 New Years' Honours for services to young people and education.
By Hilary Cooper, 2023