Student volunteer wins award

A University of York student has been awarded a national award for volunteering. Robin Lindop-Fisher, a third-year Languages and Linguistics student, won the award after volunteering through the charity PACT to work with a young disabled person in the York area. Together, they have recorded an album, created a music video and performed in Betty’s Tea Shop in York. Lindop-Fisher stated: “Volunteering has been a really good experience. We never expected to get this far.” He then continued to tell Nouse that the pair were “still writing songs together. We get better all the time.” He added that it has helped him learn how to “apply my degree to something
practical.”

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