Hills are alive

22nd November 2002 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Hills are alive: Hills Road sixth form college in Cambridge has won a second Queen's Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher Education. The award recognises the college's outstanding work in art, much of it for the community. Pictured are student Sarah Fogel, 17, and head of art Ted Coney with two hare sculptures that will adorn the city's new cycle route.

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