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Stroke survivor is honoured for helping others with speech therapy – Gazette

Tuesday, 13 August, 2019

Stroke survivor is honoured for helping others with speech therapy – Gazette

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BRUCE Galleway is perhaps not a typical recipient of an honorary degree.

Celebrities like J K Rowling, Sir David Attenborough and Dame Judi Dench can all legitimately use the title doctor in front of their names thanks to the honorary award.

Bruce does not play such a high-profile role, however, he has had a significant impact on his community.

He received one of five honorary doctorates at Essex University for overcoming his disabilities with humour and generosity.

Read more at: https://www.gazette-news.co.uk/news/17824920.bruce-honoured-helping-others-stroke/

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