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Now that the Premier League season is over the clubs have submitted the full lists of the players who will be retained, the scholars and the free transfers leaving the club.Whether it be unlikely champions Leicester, serial top-four finishers Arsenal or relegated giants Aston Villa and Newcastle, all 20 teams must decide who they want to keep ahead of the 2016-17 campaign.
Here is the full list of retained players in England's top flight...
CRAVEN College’s further and higher education students celebrated their successes at awards ceremonies at Holy Trinity Church, Skipton.
Degree students and tutors wearing cap and gown, paraded from the college’s High Street Campus to the church where they joined friends, relatives and special guests from the community, industry and education.
Principal Robert Bellfield told the gathering that a long period of reduced public expenditure was beginning to take its toll on the further education sector, but Craven College remained strong financially.
He said: "The economic and social contribution of the college to Craven and North Yorkshire is huge and I am determined that Craven College will continue to support the needs of local people, local businesses and the local economy.
I hope you will support the college to enable it continue its valuable work in supporting the local and wider economy.
"The college’s vision remains 'enriching lives through learning' and the college does this by providing a supportive environment in which students can learn and develop."However, our ultimate aim is to develop students’ knowledge, skills and attitudes to ensure that they can secure employment, develop a career and become successful individuals who are effective and active citizens." Guest speaker Liz Kemp, deputy director of the Open University's Centre for Inclusion and Collaborative Partnerships and adviser to the college, presented the certificates and awards to students.Highlights included the higher education award for academic excellence, which was won by Charlotte Wright, who studied on the young children’s learning and development course and gained a first class honours degree with an exceptional dissertation.Charlotte said: “The support and guidance from everyone at college was fantastic.Everything was made personal for me which has enabled me to succeed and progress to a PGCE in primary teaching.” Other nominees were Karen Baines (combined studies) Thea Hinett (photography), Dale Waterhouse (business management), Suzanne Swain (make-up and prosthetics for performance) and Samantha Mullin (event management).Samantha was also nominated for the director’s award for studying in exceptional circumstances, along with Kirsty Gibson (education and training) and Kate Turnbull (make-up and prosthetics for performance).