Following three years'
hard graft at the University of Surrey
Roehampton, Cheryl graduated as
a BSc at Guildford cathedral on Thursday,
July 25th, 2002.
Cheryl achieved a 2:1 honours
in Anthropology. Being a student was obviously
appealing, because Cheryl (BSc) returned
to Roehampton in September 2002 to do her
She also worked nearly
168 hours a week whilst a student (minor
exaggeration, but 13 hour days were common).
She had three jobs: one at a residential
centre for the elderly mentally infirm,
another at a home for retired nuns and a
third at a day centre for older people.
After another year's
hard work at three jobs and study, Cheryl passed
her Masters and was awarded her MA in 'The Sociology
and Anthropology of Travel and Tourism' at a ceremony
in the Chapel of Digby Stuart College, Roehampton
on 3rd March 2004.
Cheryl with fellow graduand and tutors
for a couple of years carrying out research
and other duties for the Foundation for
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in central
London. In February
2006 she embarked, with Tracy her university
friend, on a 7 month backpacking tour
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