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High praise for Coleg Cambria students at Hawarden church ceremony

COLEG CAMBRIA students were given high praise for their work at a prestigious ceremony. Hospitality and Catering learners joined Food and Beverage Lecturer Angharad Jarvis in serving guests at the inauguration of the new High Sheriff of Clwyd, Stephanie Catherall. The group were on hand with canapes and Champagne for distinguished guests at the event,…

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Coleg Cambria students put finishing touches to Westbridge Furniture apprenticeship

STUDENT apprentices are putting the finishing touches to a successful training scheme with a leading furnituremaker. Over past months, six youngsters from Coleg Cambria have been working at Westbridge Furniture in Deeside as part of the Level 2 Upholstery Apprenticeship programme. At the end of a two-month placement, applicants aged 16-18 years old will progress…

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Coleg Cambria students served up a treat for guests at Boodles race meeting

THE going was good for Coleg Cambria students who teamed up with a top catering company to serve 10,000 guests at a popular race meeting The Catering and Hospitality learners, based at Yale in Wrexham and Deeside, supported catering and event creatives, Horseradish, over three sell-out days at Chester Racecourse for the three-day 2019 Boodles…

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Coleg Cambria and Wine School of Cheshire toast new partnership

COLEG CAMBRIA and wine experts have raised their glasses to a new hospitality partnership. The college has teamed up with The Wine of School of Cheshire to broaden the knowledge and experience of Catering and Hospitality students. While the learners will not be sampling the wines themselves, they will be given a flavour of which…

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Coleg Cambria Llysfasi to host celebration of farming and education

A CELEBRATION of agriculture and education will take place at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi. The college, near Ruthin, will host a sheep shearing and wool handling event on Saturday June 8. On the same day the LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming) Open Farm Day will be held from 10am-4pm. Both activities are designed to promote careers…

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Record number of medical degree offers for Coleg Cambria students

A RECORD number of Coleg Cambria students have received offers to study medical science degrees from top universities. The college’s A level provision is in better health than ever, with 14 learners from Yale in Wrexham and Deeside Sixth Form Centre offered places to study Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science this September. The news comes…

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Coleg Cambria Llysfasi hosts elite UK logging competition

ELITE woodsmen showed they are a cut above at a national logging contest. Hosted by Coleg Cambria Llysfasi, the UK Loggers (UKL) Competition and training day was a huge success, welcoming 11 participants in a series of challenges. Overall winner was Mark Edwards, who compiled the highest score in a multitude of categories including tree…

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Kubota and Coleg Cambria seal partnership to train future engineers

COLEG CAMBRIA LLYSFASI has joined forces with a top international agricultural machinery company to train future workers in land-based engineering. The college has signed-up to a new partnership with Kubota, the Japanese tractor and heavy equipment manufacturer. Together they have launched the Kubota Apprenticeship Scheme, a three-year block release programme which will blend education at…

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Golden girl Kaisha defeats opposition to win mechanic title

GOLDEN girl Kaisha Madeley hit top gear at a national skills competition. The Coleg Cambria student beat eight male counterparts in the Automotive Technology category at Skills Competition Wales in Cardiff. Kaisha, from Wrexham, had earlier won the North Wales regional title and now hopes to compete for a place at Worldskills UK LIVE in…

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Brave Vivienne uses cancer battle to help transform patient care in North Wales

BRAVE Vivienne Martin is using her battle with cancer to help transform the way patients are treated in North Wales. The Assistant Principal for Land-Based Studies and Additional Learning Needs at Coleg Cambria has fought breast cancer twice in just seven years. She returned to work in January and is back to full fitness but…

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