Return of Duke of Edinburgh

5th December 2003 at 00:00
All secondaries in Oxfordshire will again be able to do the Duke of Edinburgh award. The local authority dropped the award five years ago to save money and since then only a few have carried on with it. Oxfordshire firm Amey, has pledged tens of thousands of pounds to fund the award's return.

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