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Sofa so good for college partnership with leading furniture maker

SOFA so good for the innovative partnership between one of the UK’s top furniture makers and a leading college. Coleg Cambria has supplied Westbridge Furniture with six apprentices since joining forces with the Deeside-based company and is encouraging more youngsters aged 16-18 to enrol on their popular traineeship scheme before moving on to a full…

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Clinician Sara wants to change face of aesthetics industry with pure approach to business

AN ESTEEMED clinician plans to change the face of the cosmetic industry with a pure vision for quality skincare treatment. Sara Cheeney’s unblemished approach towards the aesthetic sector has seen her place training and teaching at the top of her priority list, delivering talks and workshops across the UK and in Europe to encourage future…

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Luxury holiday park given the green light by Flintshire planners

A HOLIDAY park will boost tourism and the economy in one of the most picturesque and unspoilt areas of North Wales. The much-anticipated Maes Mynan development in Afonwen, near Caerwys, is to open this September after receiving planning permission from Flintshire County Council. Acorn Leisure – which also owns holiday parks in nearby Lloc and…

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Coleg Cambria to host popular Blue Planet II public lecture

THE story behind one of the world’s great nature and wildlife programmes is coming to Coleg Cambria. Blue Planet II: The science behind the BBC series will take place at the college’s Deeside Sixth Form Centre tomorrow (Wednesday) from 6pm. Professor Mark Brandon and Dr Philip Sexton will lead a public lecture explaining the workings…

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Top North Wales business leaders sign up to industry programme

BUSINESS leaders have signed-up to a prestigious industry programme taking North Wales companies to even greater heights. Richard Williams, Director of Williams Financial Planning in Wrexham, and Deeside-based Comtek Network Systems’ HR Director Christine Sheibani are among the cohort to begin the new 20Twenty Business Growth Programme in Rossett yesterday (Wednesday). Up to 30 senior…

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Coleg Cambria and orchestra unite to create sensory garden for dementia patients

STUDENTS have joined forces with a popular orchestra to create an innovative sensory garden for dementia patients. A team of first year learners from the Horticulture course at Coleg Cambria’s Northop site are working with Wrexham Symphony Orchestra (WSO) to transform the space at Wrexham Maelor Hospital Adult Mental Health Unit. They have already cleared…

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Builder doubles turnover and reveals plans for expansion in 2019

ONE of the country’s most established building contractors has plans for major expansion in 2019 after doubling turnover. Founded by Trevor George Williams in 1971, TG Williams is a leading name in the construction industry, employing up to 30 staff in Denbighshire. Son Gary became managing director two years ago and has further strengthened the…

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Coleg Cambria students take over kitchen at top Wales restaurant

STUDENTS cooked up a storm by taking over the kitchen at one of Wales’ top restaurants. Learners from Coleg Cambria’s Catering and Hospitality courses prepared, cooked and served food for diners at Machine House restaurant in Rossett, Wrexham. The popular venue – named Best Restaurant in Wales at the AA Hospitality Awards last year –…

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Schools urged to enter national college farming contest

Schools from across the UK are being invited to take part in a national food, farming and environment competition aimed at opening young people’s eyes to the world of farming and food production. The competition run in partnership by LEAF Education and Coleg Cambria Llysfasi, which is now in its second year, is based around…

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Coleg Cambria achieves Wales’ best ever work-based learning inspection

COLEG CAMBRIA has reached new levels of excellence in work-based learning and delivery of apprenticeships. The college received the best work-based learning (WBL) inspection in Wales to date from Estyn, the education and training inspectorate. The ambition, skill and enthusiasm of learners, economic impact, staff progression and burgeoning links with industry heavyweights across North Wales…

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