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Coleg Cambria music video marks generous donation of goods to hospitals

COLEG CAMBRIA staff donated hundreds of vital toiletry and health products to hospital patients. The college’s Work-based Learning team bought shampoo, shower gel, deodorant, hand wash and other items for Mold and Deeside community hospitals. Patients were running low as their families are self-isolating and unable to visit because of the Coronavirus pandemic. To mark…

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North Wales Economic Ambition Board leads drive to support workers during pandemic

BUSINESS, skills and careers organisations in North Wales are supporting workers at risk of unemployment due to the Coronavirus pandemic. North Wales Economic Ambition Board, the Welsh Government’s Working Wales programme, delivered by Careers Wales, the North Wales Regional Skills Partnership and the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) have united to provide job seekers…

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Inspired Eleanor pursues medical career thanks to Coleg Cambria work placements

A YOUNG student is pursuing her dream of a career in medicine thanks to the network of support offered by Coleg Cambria. Eleanor Holdsworth, from Gresford, has already completed a work experience placement at Wrexham Maelor Hospital and is lined up to spend time at Gobowen Hospital in Oswestry later this year. Currently studying A…

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Coleg Cambria lecturers go extra mile to support frontline staff by making PPE

LECTURERS are working full time to produce hundreds of safety visors for frontline workers and care homes. Andy Peck, a Product Design lecturer at Coleg Cambria, and partner Mari Ball, who teaches Business Studies and Economics, have based themselves at the college’s £15m Deeside Sixth Form centre to manufacture PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) to help…

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Coleg Cambria to host online social media Q&As for students in coming weeks

LECTURERS and staff at Coleg Cambria are hosting online sessions to answer concerns and offer advice to students and parents in self-isolation due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The north east Wales college is holding regular talks with key staff who would usually be based at its sites in Deeside, Wrexham, Northop and Llysfasi. Using video…

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Nomads college scholars crowned champions as season cut short due to Covid-19

COLEG CAMBRIA scholars are celebrating soccer success after being crowned champions of a North Wales development league. Learners from the college are among the Connah’s Quay Nomads Under 19s squad that led the JD Cymru Premier Development North League before the season was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Following consultation with member clubs, the…

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PetPlace still open for business and delivering during Coronavirus pandemic

THE Coronavirus pandemic has not stopped a leading North Wales retailer from supplying vital food and health products for the nation’s pets. Farm and Pet Place – also trading as PetPlace – is still open for business, offering an online click and collect service along with delivery of online orders to its loyal customers and, more…

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Pure Perfection Clinic offers free advice for those with self-isolation skin damage

AN AWARD-WINNING clinic is offering free support and guidance to people suffering with skin damage during the Coronavirus lockdown. Endless hand washing is having a detrimental effect on skin and has become an issue for people at home in quarantine. And self-isolating means many are unable to keep to health and beauty regimes, including grooming,…

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Edward Hughes Solicitors experiences surge in demand for Wills during pandemic

LAW firms are experiencing a surge in demand for Will writing as the number of deaths from Coronavirus continues to rise. Edward Hughes Solicitors, based in Rhyl and Colwyn Bay, has been busy supporting families at what is a stressful and alarming period in UK history, and offering remote guidance and advice while staff follow…

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North Wales Economic Ambition Board helps coordinate business support

COUNCILS in North Wales are helping companies in the region access vital business support during the Coronavirus pandemic. Supported by North Wales Economic Ambition Board, the six local authorities in Gwynedd, Wrexham, Anglesey, Flintshire, Denbighshire and Conwy are working hard to inform organisations and the self-employed about the financial packages and benefits available to them…

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