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Real Housewives of Cheshire star Ester Dee new brand ambassador for UK Leisure Living

A POPULAR reality TV star is the new ambassador for a North Wales Leisure Firm. The Real Housewives of Cheshire (RHOC) favourite Ester Dee will represent the UK Leisure Living brand going forward.  Born in the Czech Republic, Ester says she is thrilled to be joining forces with the multi award-winning company, which has sites…

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LCA Group and Coleg Cambria join forces to launch cutting-edge software for apprentices

COLEG CAMBRIA has joined forces with a leader in manufacturing and engineering to launch an innovative apprenticeship training programme. The north east Wales college unveiled a five-year partnership with Hawarden-based LCA Group to use the software provider, EPLAN. EPLAN provides solutions for electrical, automation and mechatronic engineers globally, and is committed to supporting the development…

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iVapps relocates from Singapore to UK and seeks up to £3m for water portal

A BOOMING technology company has relocated its headquarters from Singapore to Wales and is seeking up to £3million investment to take a revolutionary water pipeline application to the global market. Having opened a new base in London in addition to its offices in St Asaph, Jersey, Singapore, and the Philippines – iVapps is perfectly placed…

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Cyclists raise more than £15,000 for Wrexham Sounds with 250-mile North Wales ride

SPIRITED cyclists completed a gruelling 250-mile journey through the mountains of North Wales to raise money for Wrexham Sounds. Participants in the epic VELO 21 challenge have already surpassed their £15,000 target for the social enterprise, a music studio for disadvantaged youngsters. Beginning at the revamped Rhosrobin site, chairman Chris Lloyd and the group were…

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Coleg Cambria building partnership with world leader in construction sector

A NEW construction and education alliance aims to improve quality and help meet demand for skilled workers in the building sector. Coleg Cambria has entered into a training partnership with the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the world’s largest and most influential body for management and leadership in the construction arena. The CIOB has been…

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Solar surge for Carbon Zero Renewables as boss calls for Government energy U-turn

AN AWARD-WINNING renewable energy business has experienced a 1000% surge in orders for solar panels in past weeks. As consumers face a 30% rise in gas and electricity prices next year and independent utility companies go bust, more and more people are turning to net zero alternatives. Carbon Zero Renewables – part of the UK…

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Veterans Award bronze for Alan after surge in DofE numbers at Coleg Cambria

AN ARMY veteran turned college lecturer received a national accolade for his services to education and inclusivity. Alan Lowry, a Sports and Public Services tutor and Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Coordinator at Coleg Cambria – based in Wrexham, Deeside, Llysfasi and Northop – received a bronze medal in the Leavers to Leader category at the Welsh Veterans…

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Bryn Williams calls for hospitality sector support as Academy students unveiled

NOW is the time to rally behind the hospitality sector and train the next generation of workers to meet unprecedented demand for skills. Esteemed chef Bryn Williams made the plea in welcoming new recruits to the Academy he launched in partnership with Coleg Cambria. Bryn shot to fame when he took on and beat the…

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Talented artist Sonia Garner has brush with success in global competition

A TALENTED artist had a brush with success in a global conservation competition. Sonia Garner was among the finalists selected from 1,000 entries across 47 countries in the Explorers Against Extinction Sketch for Survival contest, raising awareness of catastrophic issues including habitat loss, illegal wildlife trade and climate change. And now the mum-of-two, from Whitford near Holywell, is…

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STEM Gogledd targeting young people to meet demand in key sectors

AN INNOVATIVE education scheme is helping to meet a surge in demand for skilled STEM workers. Over the last decade there has been rapid growth in students opting to take STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) subjects at university, including a 400% rise in AI (Artificial Intelligence) applicants UK-wide. Despite this, there is still an overwhelming…

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