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Purcell research report prize announced

Purcell research report prize announced

Purcell Research Prize

Student Joseph Stancer has been awarded the Purcell Research Report Prize, for his final graduating project: The [food] Exchange. The project aims to break down barriers existing between the once conflicting communities of Belfast through the mutual agendas of farming, production and consumption and to allow consumers more interaction and a greater understanding of where their food comes from. The prize was awarded by Paul Kings, Associate at Purcell’s Norwich office (pictured, left, presenting Joseph with the prize). Joseph commented: “To win the Purcell Prize for my Research report was extremely fulfilling, given it was a piece of work I had put a great deal of time and effort into. It was the conclusion of my research over the past three years so to have this recognised and rewarded by the panel at Purcell was a fantastic accolade.”