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This proved to be an informative insight into the newspaper industry as a whole, and an inspiring end to day two.Left: The group at the offices of The Evening Standard On Wednesday, after two days taking part in very London-centred activities, it was a refreshing change for the Winners, Runners-Up and their families to visit the city of Cambridge.

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The group were shown around by Doug Willis, Managing Editor of the paper, who explained how a busy newspaper office operated.

The Winners and Runners-Up were interested in Doug’s explanation of the history of the paper and its rebirth following years of decline.

Finally, the group were taken to the BBC’s Broadcasting House near Oxford Circus.

They met with Christine Noakes who had organised an interesting and interactive tour of the BBC.

Instantly recognisable, the Shard has become one of London’s most popular tourist attractions thanks to the panoramic views it offers, and all four winners were excited – as were the adults – to spot some of London’s key attractions from its glassy observation deck.

Though busy, the afternoon ended on a high, with great anticipation for the activities to come.

Winners’ Week Day Four Thursday 15th October Right: Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, presents Nathan Swain with his certificate as the Winner of the 2015 Queen's Essay Competition run by the Royal Commonwealth Society in Buckingham Palace.

(Photo from the RCS Film of the event courtesy of Alan Ashworth) At 9.30am, the Winners and Runners-Up were early to arrive outside Buckingham Palace for the Award Ceremony.

Nathan Swain was the winner in the Junior Category of the prestigious 2015 Royal Commonwealth Society Essay Competition - see Commonwealth Essay Competition for reports and photos about the competition, Tristan presentations and Nathan's prize-winning essay and RCS Essay Prize Trip for the main page showing the family's UK trip.

Winners’ Week Day 1 12th October 2015 Today we were delighted to welcome to London the Winners and Runners-Up of The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2015.


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