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Coleg Cambria Llysfasi gets a taste of Welsh beef industry at consumer trial

COLEG CAMBRIA LLYSFASI hosted a tasting event to help boost the Welsh beef sector. The BeefQ project, led by Aberystwyth University’s Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS), will see more than 1,200 consumers take part in a trial designed to improve the eating quality and production of the meat in Wales. This will…

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ClwydAlyn and Care Forum Wales join North Wales Mersey Dee Business Council

GIANTS of the housing and care sectors have joined a regional Business Council. Care Forum Wales and social landlord ClwydAlyn are new members of North Wales Mersey Dee Business Council. The cross-border organisation, whose members include the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), North Wales Tourism, West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce and Wrexham…

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Gareth and Simon join leadership team at Coleg Cambria Yale in Wrexham

A TOP COLLEGE undergoing a £20million revamp has unveiled a new leadership team. Gareth Jones and Simon Woodward have joined Coleg Cambria Yale in Wrexham. Gareth will be responsible for Science, Psychology, PE and Maths, while Simon oversees the Humanities. The Deputy Directors of General Education have an exciting 12 months ahead of them; as…

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Ben Jones qualifies as solicitor at top North Wales firm Edward Hughes

A SOLICITOR who was living Down Under is on top after qualifying as a solicitor. After successfully achieving a Law degree at Cardiff University, Ben Jones decided to reflect on his future and experience more of the world. What followed was a year in Australia, a spell as a tour guide in Bali and time…

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Coleg Cambria and Bryn Williams Academy unveil their first student

AN academy created by esteemed chef Bryn Williams and Coleg Cambria has unveiled its first student. Callum Jones, from Hawarden, has joined the prestigious Bryn Williams Academy. The 17-year-old, formerly a pupil at Connah’s Quay High School, is passionate about following in his Dad’s footsteps and becoming a trained chef. He will now study a…

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Green groups and business urged to take part in North Wales energy survey

BUSINESS owners and environmental groups are being invited to help shape the future of green energy in North Wales. Led by the Welsh Government Energy Service, stakeholders including North Wales Economic Ambition Board, North Wales Mersey Dee Business Council and other pan-Welsh organisations have collaborated to produce a draft energy vision. The partners are calling…

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Llandudno author winning new fans in America with latest thriller

A NOVELIST who lost his wife and only daughter to cancer is gaining new fans in America with the release of his latest book. Originally from Wrexham, where he had an accountancy practice, Richard Rees is attracting a new following in the USA, with sales rapidly increasing on Amazon. His first novel – The Illuminati…

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Deputy Tourism Minister unveils first phase of Maes Mynan holiday park

THE first phase of a new luxury North Wales holiday park has been launched. Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas AM, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, joined Acorn Leisure owners Peter and Louise Barlow to unveil the Maes Mynan Park development in Afonwen, near Caerwys. The site will feature 47 lodges around two lakes as part…

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Coleg Cambria taking 21 students to Worldskills UK LIVE finals in Birmingham

COLEG CAMBRIA is taking a 21-strong team to this year’s Worldskills UK LIVE finals. The north east Wales college will have one of the largest squads at the competition, which takes place over three days at the Birmingham NEC in November. Worldskills UK LIVE is the biggest skills, apprenticeships and careers event in the country,…

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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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