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Former students cook up a storm with new careers at Coleg Cambria restaurant

COLEG CAMBRIA served up career opportunities for two talented former students. Owain Jones and Bradley Wilford have joined the team at Cambria’s popular Ial Restaurant in Wrexham. Owain, 21, is now working as a sous chef having completed the Level 3 Hospitality and Catering course at Yale. Chef de Partie Bradley, 20, is a graduate of the…

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20Twenty prepares for new cohort as exclusive business club launched

HUNDREDS of graduates from an esteemed leadership programme are to form an exclusive networking club sharing advice and best practice in business. Plans for the group – made up of 20Twenty Business Growth Programme alumni – include access to free ‘Wisdom Labs’ and training focused on topics such as sustainability and employee wellbeing. The sessions…

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Coleg Cambria in pole position to support electric vehicle skills demand

COLEG CAMBRIA is in pole position to train the next generation of electric and hybrid vehicle mechanics. Learners at the college’s sites in Deeside and Bersham Road, Wrexham, have been undertaking Hybrid/Electric Vehicle Repair 2 and 3 qualifications to meet unprecedented demand for skilled technicians to work on zero-emission transport. And with new Knowledge and…

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Search is on for a ‘Bari-Star’ to join community at Ruthin market

THE search is on for a talented ‘Bari-Star’ to lead an exciting new business partnership. Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council (DVSC) and Cadwyn Clwyd are stirring up interest in an exciting collaboration – focused on sustainable coffee, health and wellbeing – with a unique recruitment drive over the coming weeks. The successful entrepreneur will receive six…

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Construction will begin on iconic North Wales landmark in the New Year

CONSTRUCTION work will begin on an iconic North Wales landmark in the New Year. Enbarr Foundation director Vicki Roskams and fellow ‘Guardians’ of the John Summers Clock Tower in Deeside are hoping more people join their “revolution” in 2022 and help bring the dilapidated building back to life. More than £600,000 in grants and financial…

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Radar PR

What. A. Year. Following the uncertainty and unpredictability of 2020, who would have thought – entering 2022 – that we would still be in a pandemic, awaiting news of another winter lockdown and having home schooled in past days? I certainly didn’t see it coming, but like many of you decided the only course of…

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LoveLiveLocal@Rhyl a Xmas Number 1 with shoppers

A VIBRANT pop-up retail and advice hub for independent producers provided shoppers in a coastal town with plenty of Christmas cheer. Love Live Local @ Rhyl has been home to artisan creators, food and drink makers and craft companies over past weeks. A hit with customers in the White Rose Centre, the 3,000 sq ft…

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Business and education took flight at Aerospace Wales exhibition in Deeside

BUSINESS took flight at an event showcasing top names in the global aerospace arena. Hosted by Coleg Cambria Deeside, the Aerospace Wales Expo was organised to unlock supply chain opportunities, uniting key speakers, delegates, and suppliers from across the UK. It was also a chance for learners at Cambria to meet industry leaders and discuss…

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Coleg Cambria students have raised £24,000 since 2015 for Poppy Appeal

STUDENTS raised more than £9,000 in a matter of weeks for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal. The pandemic could not stop Uniformed Public Services learners at Coleg Cambria achieving the staggering total of £9,157 for the charity campaign. And that takes the college’s overall figure to £24,474 since 2015, a remarkable effort. Lecturer Jason…

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Ruthin Market Hall reopens with launch event after major revamp

A NEW and innovative community hub and boutique market space has been launched at a historic Ruthin landmark. The town’s Grade 2-listed Market Hall has been redeveloped as a multi-purpose venue for artisan and independent traders, artists and creatives, and sustainable food and wellbeing organisations from across the region. Managed by Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council…

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