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Successful female farmers plough the way forward for women in agriculture

TWO successful female farmers are ploughing the way for future generations of women in the agriculture sector. Former Coleg Cambria students Ffion Hooson and Elin Protheroe are blazing a trail in their chosen fields. Having both completed the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Agriculture at Llysfasi, they have continued to make strides and are encouraging…

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Conwy Employment Hub supporting at-risk workers and jobless this winter

VITAL support and training for jobseekers and those in poverty is having a transformative impact on hundreds of people across Conwy. The team at Conwy Employment Hub aim to help people find work and seek out training opportunities, and after a year of unprecedented challenges, that guidance is needed more than ever. The revamped Hub…

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Coleg Cambria Llysfasi supports hedgehog sanctuary after sharp decline in numbers

STUDENTS are supporting a hedgehog sanctuary battling a dramatic spike in deaths of the much-loved creatures. Animal Care learners at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi are rehabilitating four European hedgehogs and hope to release them back into the wild in the new year. In partnership with Hedgehog Help Prestatyn (HHP), they have been caring for them in…

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Green light for Growth Deal that will create thousands of jobs in North Wales

THOUSANDS of jobs will be created and the region’s economy given a £1bn boost now the ground-breaking North Wales Growth Deal has been signed. Both the Welsh and UK Governments and the North Wales Economic Ambition Board today (Thursday) formally approved the five programmes that make up the Deal, a key driver of the overarching…

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PetPlace unveils big plans for 2021 and thanks suppliers for support in challenging year

PETPLACE entered 2020 with big plans for its landmark 50th anniversary. When Coronavirus took hold in the UK many of those ideas were put on the backburner, but instead – with the support of customers and loyal partners in the supply chain – the award-winning retailer is celebrating the success of the entire pet trade during…

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S2 Recruitment supports events company Worldspan with expansion plans

SEARCHING for a job during the Coronavirus pandemic has been a challenge for many furloughed or at risk-workers in North Wales. But it was completely unchartered territory for Emrys Roberts. The 39 year-old, from Blaenau Ffestiniog, had been in permanent employment for almost two decades; the last time he needed to find work was at…

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North Wales EAB and DCMS make progress on £8m broadband programme

VITAL public services including GP surgeries, libraries and hospitals are benefiting from ultrafast internet speeds and better connectivity. The Coronavirus pandemic has not stopped major progress being made on the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and North Wales Economic Ambition Board £8m roll-out of the highest quality gigabit capable broadband to 350…

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Apprentices reached for the Star Wars in Coleg Cambria engineering challenge

APPRENTICES used the force of cutting-edge machinery to create Star Wars-inspired rocket stoves. The unique garden heaters were fabricated from raw sheet metal at Coleg Cambria Deeside by a 75-strong cohort from the Airbus wing-making factory in Broughton. Lecturer Tony Commins and colleagues oversaw the learners’ progress as they used a variety of techniques and…

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Taste North East Wales says goodbye with thank you to loyal customers after virtual campaign

BUSINESSES and event organisers forced to move a celebration of local food and drink online due to the Coronavirus pandemic thanked customers and communities for their support. Taste North East Wales was held virtually this year and featured a series of interactive tours, tasting sessions and a successful bilingual social media and video campaign showcasing…

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Coleg Cambria medical students in good health after successful interview series

STUDENTS went under the microscope for a series of virtual interviews with leading lights from health and education. Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science learners from Coleg Cambria were quizzed as part of a series of multiple mini interviews (MMI) to prepare them for university and their future careers. Led by Nora Richardson, Curriculum Lead at…

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