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New Kid on the block as rare Coleg Cambria goats win top agriculture awards

RARE goats won top prizes at a virtual festival of farming and agriculture. Bagot Goats from Coleg Cambria Northop won four prizes at The Greatest Online Agricultural Show. The prestigious event was contested by participants from the across the UK, notably in the Rare Breeds Society Trust’s Native Breed Section. It was there the Bagots…

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Kind Matthew creates hundreds of craft packages for children with autism in lockdown

A STUDENT with autism and his caring family have created hundreds of craft and art packages for children with learning difficulties and additional needs during the Coronavirus lockdown. Matthew Hayes volunteered to create the packs for Flintshire charity DAFFODILS, who were supported throughout by the Steve Morgan Foundation, which donated £6,776 to the project. The…

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Coleg Cambria staff caring for 200 types of animal during Coronavirus crisis

WHILE frontline services and NHS staff go above and beyond to support and care for the general public there is another group of workers beavering away in the background. At Coleg Cambria’s sites in Northop and Llysfasi, lecturers, practitioners and animal technicians are out in all weathers, feeding, maintaining and observing more than 200 different…

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Active Cambria programme supports thousands of college students and staff

HUNDREDS of students and workers in north east Wales are improving their health and wellbeing with Coleg Cambria. More and more people are signing up to the college’s free Active Mind, Body and Soul sessions in a bid to better their lifestyles. Around 800 learners and 200 staff members took part in the Active Cambria…

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Yana Williams returns to take the helm at Coleg Cambria and make the institution ‘even more innovative’

COLEG CAMBRIA begins the decade with a new chief executive who plans to take the award-winning institution “to the next level”. Yana Williams has a long-term vision for the north east Wales college and will build on the foundations laid by predecessor David Jones OBE. The former CEO/Principal of Hugh Baird College in Liverpool vowed…

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NEBOSH Gold accreditation a UK first for Coleg Cambria

COLEG CAMBRIA has received gold status for its delivery of health and safety qualifications. The North Wales college is the first and only FE provider in the UK to receive the accreditation from NEBOSH (National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health). The institution – which has sites in Wrexham, Deeside, Northop and Llysfasi –…

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Coleg Cambria helping to preserve UK’s oldest and rarest species of goat

COLEG CAMBRIA is helping to preserve the oldest and rarest species of goat in the UK. As recently as 2010 the Rare Breeds Survival Trust listed the Bagot goat at ‘critically endangered’ because there were fewer than a hundred breeding nannies in the country. That classification was changed to ‘vulnerable’ in the following years, which…

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Inaugural Welsh language awards celebrate learners at Coleg Cambria

COLEG CAMBRIA’S commitment to the Welsh language was celebrated at an inaugural awards ceremony. Coleg Cambria, in partnership with Popeth Cymraeg, delivers Welsh-language courses in Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire on behalf of the National Centre for Learning Welsh. Participants from across the area were recognised for studying the language and achieving exam success at the…

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