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Home > News and views > Success for South Wiltshire Grammar School

Success for South Wiltshire Grammar School

The (soon-to-be renamed) Colston’s School, Bristol was the setting on Sunday, 13 March for the South West Regional Final of the ESU-Churchill Public Speaking Competition. Six school teams, from Bristol, Salisbury, Taunton and Torquay competed for the opportunity to represent the South West at the National Final on 8th May in Cambridge.

The team from South Wiltshire Grammar School were the well-deserved winners (Lauren, Yingying and Niamh are pictured here, with adjudicators Francis Cornish and Norma Felstead).

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