Schools: Sedbergh School
Wednesday 02 September 1992
Academic Scholarships: JR Capstick (Cressbrook House); RB Wild (St Mary's School, Melrose); P. Farrier-Price (Kingsmead School); MJ Tickle (Malsis School).
Academic Exhibitions: TA Mercer (St Anselms's School); AJ Sleightholme (Sedbergh School); EL Whitaker (Sedbergh School).
Music Scholarships: HWC Thomas (The Cathedral Choir School, Ripon); M. Watts (The Cathedral Choir School, Ripon).
Music Exhibitions: TA Hind (Cressbrook House); BTA Rawlinson (Cressbrook House); MR Repath (Cressbrook House); HHG Morris (Cressbrook House).
Art Scholarships: SRWB Hurcomb (Cressbrook House); TDJ Royle (Malsis School); HCJ Watson (Cundall Manor School).
Art Exhibitions: MP Sanderson (Cundall Manor School); OR Ashworth (Cressbrook House).
Sixth Form Scholarship: GTS Garland (Sedbergh School).
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