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Student pays emotional art tribute to family lost in WW1

A STUDENT journeyed to Belgium and paid tribute to fallen soldiers with a stunning piece of artwork inspired by a college project. Rhiannon Ridding, from Sychdyn, visited the Menin Gate Memorial in Flanders after creating a wreath using old photographs of family members who died in the First World War. The Coleg Cambria student’s incredible…

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Coleg Cambria Llysfasi submits proposal for £20m carbon farm

COLEG CAMBRIA LLYSFASI is planning a £20million carbon neutral farm to pioneer new technologies in digital agriculture and renewable energy. The college’s Denbighshire site is proposing to develop the hub as part of the North Wales Growth Bid, with support from North Wales Economic Ambition Board. Their vision is to create a centre of excellence…

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Coleg Cambria number one in Wales at Worldskills UK tournament

COLEG CAMBRIA is on top of the world after achieving Wales’ best results at a national skills ceremony. The college won nine medals, was highly commended in two categories and achieved a staggering 25 points at the Worldskills UK LIVE competition in Birmingham. Cambria finished fourth in the overall league table and number one in…

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Manufacturer sees signs of further growth after joining 20Twenty Business Programme

A LEADING manufacturer is encouraging other companies to sign-up for a popular management programme that had a positive impact on staff development and growth. Chris Whitehouse, Project Director at the award-winning isGroup, was among those to complete the 20Twenty Business Programme and says the focus on strategy and finance was particularly helpful in his day-to-day…

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Rebrand and expansion for North Wales pet firm after £1.2m revamp

THE successful rebrand and £1.2million refurbishment of a long-standing animal supplies firm marked a watershed in the North Wales pet industry. One year on from the revamp of the former Farm and Pet Place in Abergele, tongues are still wagging at the prospect of further improvements and expansion in the coming months. The rebranded PetPlace…

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Coleg Cambria and Chester University unveil UK’s first offender management foundation degree

COLEG CAMBRIA has launched the UK’s first foundation degree dedicated to Offender Management. In partnership with the University of Chester’s Institute of Policing, the two-year qualification could lead to careers in the criminal justice arena, including the prison service. Successful students are also given the opportunity to progress onto a third year to obtain a degree…

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Coleg Cambria students achieve goal of revamping Ruthin FC facilities

STUDENTS achieved their goal of supporting the community in partnership with a North Wales football club. Youngsters on the second Traineeship Construction Academy at Coleg Cambria have been busy revamping facilities at Ruthin FC. The 16 to 18 year-old learners are taking part in a six-week initiative – which was set up by Bodelwyddan-based Wynne…

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Coleg Cambria receives top diversity award from leading rights organisation

COLEG CAMBRIA has been recognised as a pioneer in equality by a leading rights organisation. The college was awarded the prestigious Investors in Diversity Stage 2 by the National Centre for Diversity (NCFD). The accolade came after Cambria’s CEO David Jones was shortlisted at the 2018 NCFD Awards in the UK Managing Director/Chief Executive of…

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Jones Bros and Coleg Cambria join forces to pioneer modern apprenticeship programme

The first nine apprentices to take part in an innovative collaboration between their employer and a top college have started their course. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK and Coleg Cambria have partnered to modernise the approach to delivering higher apprenticeships in civil engineering. The change to the modular delivery is to suit the needs of…

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Landmark conference hosts North Wales Growth Bid discussions following Budget

PUBLIC and private sector leaders from across North Wales came together with education chiefs and political heavyweights for a landmark conference. Just days after Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond announced the UK Government will commit £120million to the North Wales Growth Bid, more than 200 people were at Venue Cymru in Llandudno for a…

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