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Coleg Cambria commended for new systems focused on student and staff wellbeing

COLEG CAMBRIA has been commended by the Association of Colleges (AoC) for implementing a series of innovative new systems focused on the health and wellbeing of staff and learners. The prestigious AoC Beacon Standard and Commended Status in the NOCN Group Award for Mental Health and Wellbeing is a “huge honour” for the college, says…

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Coleg Cambria to host live open events across north east Wales in November

COLEG CAMBRIA will host a series of open events across its North Wales sites this November. The college is delighted to welcome people back in person after holding them online throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Support services will be on hand with advice and guidance, you can take a tour of the facilities and tutors, current…

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Three cheers for the Red Lion! Pub finally opens after pandemic delays

A BELOVED village pub and restaurant is doing a roaring trade after being forced to close due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Just weeks after taking over the Red Lion in Northop, leaseholders Amanda Chitty and Elaine Hughes had to shut its doors and furlough staff as Covid-19 took hold in the UK. Now, more than…

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Groundbreaking gardener reflects on student life in North Wales after TV success

THE blossoming botanical career of a ground-breaking gardener featured on a national television programme. Martin Duncan, Head Gardener and Landscape Designer at medieval Arundel Castle in West Sussex, featured on the latest series of Channel 5’s Great British Gardens. A former student at the Welsh College of Horticulture in Northop – now Coleg Cambria – Martin…

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Cambria-Swansea business degree gives Airbus apprentices good grounding for careers

AN INNOVATIVE Business degree partnership has given talented students a good grounding for their future careers. Airbus apprentices Ryan Duffy and Fiola Woodley reached new heights on completing the Foundation Degree in Applied Business Management at Coleg Cambria’s £3.5m Northop Business School in Flintshire. Awarded by Swansea University, the qualification will see them progress in…

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Cambria student Hari won’t let blindness stop lifelong dream to work with horses

HARI ROBERTS has been blind since birth, but that has not stopped him living an action-packed life. A self-confessed thrillseeker, the 19 year-old has been riding horses for 10 years and is currently studying Equine Care and Management at Coleg Cambria. As well as eventing, cross country and dressage he has taken part in many…

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Coleg Cambria Welsh learners were commended at a virtual prizegiving

WELSH learners were commended at a virtual prizegiving. As part of Coleg Cambria’s annual Student Awards – held online due to the Coronavirus pandemic – accolades were given out to three worthy winners who excelled in displaying their bilingual skills and promoting the Welsh language. Sponsored by Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol (CCC), the successful students were:…

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Cambria learners celebrated at virtual awards ceremony after challenging year

COLEG CAMBRIA learners have achieved incredible things in the past year. And they were recognised at the college’s annual Student Awards. Sadly, a ceremony could not take place due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but that did not stop them paying tribute to those who had excelled over the last 12 months Up to 90 prizes…

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From driving dump trucks to thoroughbred training – adventure of a lifetime for Welsh equine student

MADDIE STEVENS has been on the adventure of a lifetime since graduating from Coleg Cambria. A former Equine student at the college’s Northop site, the 21 year-old travelled to New Zealand in 2019 for a six-month placement at a show jumping yard. Two years later and Maddie has done everything from driving dump trucks at…

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Coleg Cambria virtual Eisteddfod a big success as record numbers join online

A POPULAR Welsh Eisteddfod was held virtually this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Taking the event online did not stop more than 180 members of the Learn Welsh North East provision participating in the Eisteddfod y Dysgwyr (Learner’s Eisteddfod), organised by Coleg Cambria and Popeth Cymraeg. Entrants submitted their work and performances via photographs,…

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