Premier League Reading Star visits Newcastle school
3 May 2012
Footballer Mike Williamson was today presented with a certificate signed by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall for his involvement with our Premier League Reading Stars programme. At the visit to Benfield School he was joined by author Tom Palmer who read from his new book, The Squad: Black Op.
Mike Williamson said:
I have been proud to represent Newcastle United as their Reading Star this season and have been very pleased to see the work so many schools have been involved in.
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