Young Norfolk Daily Press team enjoy their first day in the office
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A team of aspiring young journalists enjoyed their first day in the office as they prepared to report on this year's Young Norfolk Arts Festival.
The 2015 Young Norfolk Daily Press (YNDP) team will be working on two Eastern Daily Press supplements about the annual summer arts extravaganza that celebrates the creative talents of young people in the county. The budding journalists met as a team for the first time today at the EDP head office in Norwich where they will spend the next few Fridays learning about journalism before getting to work on the first issue of the Young Norfolk Daily Press.
The 2015 YNDP team includes: Autumn Lewis, Kate Holdsworth, Molly Such, Rachel Dennison, Zahra Clembintson, Lucy Furneaux,
Fred Garratt-Stanley, Sean Hendley, Emily Thomson and Oli Najid.
The first supplement - in the EDP on March 24 - will look at what is in store for audiences at this year's Young Norfolk Arts Festival. The second supplement - in the EDP on July 7 - will be packed full of stories and photos from the festival which will run from June 26 to July 5.
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For more about the Young Norfolk Arts Festival visit www.ynaf.org.uk
Do you have a Norwich arts story? Email arts correspondent Emma Knights at firstname.lastname@example.org
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