Daisy Bell from Porthmadog was awarded this national prize for her academic achievements, hard work and motivation whilst studying for her Level 3 Extended Diploma in Countryside Management at Coleg Glynllifon. In September she starts studying for a degree in Wildlife Conservation at Bangor University.
The awards were presented at a Covid-secure meeting in North Wales by Mr John Roe, the Royal Forestry Society’s divisional chairman.
Daisy’s tutor - and Forestry lecturer at the Glynllifon campus - Jeff Jones, said: “Over the past two years Daisy has gained distinctions in all units, as well as being continually motivated and enthusiastic. She will be studying at Bangor University this year and we wish her well with her future studies. It was a real pleasure teaching Daisy; she has a very bright future in the wildlife conservation sector. I would also like to thank the Royal Forestry Society for its continuing support and student award.”
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