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Fourteen students from 10 colleges in England and Wales have been awarded RFS Silky Fox Handsaw Awards in 2019.

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Oliver Vincent and William Smith from Plumpton College, among 14 to receive RFs Silky Fox Handsaw Awards in 2014

The awards recognise the best student or the student showing most endeavour as they gain practical hands-on skills in tree and woodland care.

The RFS is delighted to be working in partnership with Silky Fox Handsaws for this special education initiative.

Those receiving the award this year were:

Capel Manor College: Sarita Fenton, Arboriculture and Forestry Diploma.

Coleg Cambria: James Flint, City and Guilds Level 2 Technical Certificate in Land and Wildlife and Joseph Maguire, City and Guilds Level 3 Extended Diploma in Forestry and Arboriculture.

Coleg Meirion Dwyfor: Harry Tustin, Level 3 Countryside Management/Forestry and Josh Roberts, Level 2 Diploma in Countryside and Environment.

Hadlow College: Ryan Herrington, Level 3 Extended Diploma Countryside Management.

Hereford and Ludlow College: Jordan Austin, Arborist Standard, Level 2 and Joseph Page, Level 2 Forestry and Arboriculture. 

Moulton College: Daniel Bland, ECAR Level Subsidiary Diploma in Arboriculture

Myerscough College: Jack Priestley, Level 3 Arboriculture Technical Certificate

Northumberland College: Matthew Robson, Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Forestry and Arboriculture

Plumpton College: Oliver Vincent, Level 3 Extended Diploma in Forestry and Arboriculture and William Smith, Level 3 Extended Diploma in Forestry and Arboriculture.

Sparsholt College: Samantha Kehoe, Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Forestry and Arboriculture.

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