George Gadd, 26: “I’m proud we have a rich tapestry of multiculturalism.”
Posted July 7,2018 in Sport.
add was born and raised in Nottingham. After studying at university in Birmingham he returned to his home city to work as an E-Learning and Media Officer at University of Nottingham and a musician. “I came from a single parent household where my mum sacrificed a lot and worked full-time to provide for me,” he says. “I think that culture shaped me to always graft and to create opportunities for myself. [Mum is] easily one of my biggest heroes.”
“More recently, with England’s recent World Cup victory against Sweden in the quarter finals, a lot of Nottingham city centre was trashed with a taxi driver having his car smashed up and unable to make a living,” he says. “Why destroy a country you are allegedly supporting?”