This year’s top geography pupils are named, as the Society announces the Young Geographer of the Year results for 2014.
In the nationwide competition, run in conjunction with Geographical Magazine and supported by Ordnance Survey, Standfords, Philip’s and Cotswold Outdoors, pupils were asked ‘How can geography help you?’.
The overall category winners are:
The winners, along with three highly commended awards for each category, were presented with their awards by writer, broadcaster and geographer Nicholas Crane, in a ceremony at the Society’s headquarters in Kensington, London.
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