High Sheriff of Suffolk visits College to speak to pupils about importance of doing good in the world - Framlingham College

Prior to the festive break, The High Sheriff of Suffolk, Edward Creasy, visited Framlingham College as guest preacher. His address was informative, shedding light on the understated but valued efforts of the High Sheriff in our modern society. His explanation of the historical role of the High Sheriff was also interesting for staff and pupils with feedback from many about how valuable his role is. A man who lives up to his Chapel message that “Doing good makes you feel good, doing bad makes you feel bad”. As the Chaplain, Rev Bayman said: “Suffolk has a champion cheerleader, for all the good and charitable endeavours of our great County.”

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