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Edmonton's junior apprentice falls short in grand final
The winner of Edmonton’s Junior Apprentice narrowly missed out in London's grand final.
Aaron Jerome Hamilton-Brown, 16 of Nightingale road, Edmonton finished as runner-up of the London Junior Apprentice, just missing out on a business work placement.
The five winners from each region met in Holborn, where each gave a ten-minute presentation about what the competition meant to them and its impact on their lives.
Mr Hamilton-Brown made a speech after the losing candidates from Edmonton Green Baptist Church in Monmouth Street, Edmonton, performed a drama sketch.
Maxi Twum-Barima, co-organiser at the church, said: “The judges were impressed with Edmonton's presentation and particularly picked up on Aaron's strong sense of leadership. We are all extremely happy with and proud of the young people's performances and achievements this week and we aim to continue the scheme next year, which will be hopefully running for two weeks.”
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