Jonathan Ross brought good news to Trinity School
I would like to share with your readers an event which runs contra to the coverage which has recently been given to Mr Jonathan Ross. Whilst we are all able to make errors and mistakes in our lives I believe that we should not rush to judge such events a
I would like to share with your readers an event which runs contra to the coverage which has recently been given to Mr Jonathan Ross.
Whilst we are all able to make errors and mistakes in our lives I believe that we should not rush to judge such events as typical behaviour of any individual.
Recently Mr Ross and his wife Jane visited Trinity Special School in Dagenham and donated a new Sunshine coach to the pupils of the school on behalf of the Variety Club of Great Britain.
Jonathan and Jane spent a significant amount of time with pupils and staff and when they presented the bus made it clear that they believe they have been very lucky in their lives and that they wished to share some of their luck with the children and young people of the school.
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The 'good news' in this event is the interest, support and understanding that both of these well known personalities brought with their visit.
I hope this will go some way to providing balance in how we perceive people in the news.
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