Contact Us

Contact us using the form below or call 07743252658

Company Registration No: 10813458

ITV broadcaster Carole Green to host virtual event with Growth Deal team this week

THE team behind the £1bn North Wales Growth Deal will come under the spotlight at a special virtual event this week. To mark Wales Week London, ITV broadcaster Carole Green is to join Cllr Dyfrig Siencyn, chair of North Wales Economic Ambition Board, and Portfolio Director Alwen Williams to discuss the Deal’s prospective impact on…

Read More

Coleg Cambria students receive latte praise for equality coffee shop concept

STUDENTS stirred up a latte interest in their brilliant business idea during a national Hack of Kindness. Coleg Cambria learners Riccardo Dotolo, Sophie Weaver and Ben White, from Wrexham, were commended by judges for their cafe concept promoting equality and diversity. The trio, all former students at St Joseph’s High School, designed plans for a…

Read More

Coleg Cambria’s Ellie will fight for young people’s rights on Welsh advisory panel

A COLEG CAMBRIA student is fighting for the rights of young people in Wales. Ellie Kidd was selected by Children’s Commissioner for Wales Sally Holland to join her Young People’s Advisory Panel. Established five years ago, the panel is made up of children and young people aged 11 to 18 who meet regularly, though currently…

Read More

Coleg Cambria will host a series of virtual open events for prospective students

COLEG Cambria will host a series of virtual open events for prospective students over 10 days in March. Staff and lecturers from across the north east Wales college will be on hand to answer questions on A Levels, full time courses, apprenticeships, degrees and more. The 5pm-8pm weekday sessions – which run from March 8…

Read More

Coleg Cambria to pilot dance programme for people with Parkinson’s disease

COLEG CAMBRIA is to pilot a dance programme for people with Parkinson’s disease. Led by National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales) the free virtual classes will be for those living with the condition, as well as carers, family, and friends. As part of an affiliated hub of English National Ballet’s Dance for Parkinson’s programme, the initiative was…

Read More

Wrexham network supports social enterprise start-ups in Covid pandemic

WREXHAM has experienced a surge in social enterprise start-ups during the Coronavirus pandemic. More and more people have re-evaluated their futures and taken the decision to launch a business with social objectives and values, particularly those who were furloughed or at-risk of losing their jobs due to the Covid-19 pandemic. A report by Social Business…

Read More

Ambition Board seeks new recruits to help deliver North Wales growth programmes

NEW recruits are being sought to support the delivery of a £1bn series of transformative economic programmes. The team leading the Growth Vision for North Wales is looking to fill eight key roles as work begins on the 14 projects that make up the North Wales Growth Deal, signed by both the Welsh and UK…

Read More

Coleg Cambria to unveil ‘Commercial Village’ and help hospitality recovery from Covid

A MULTI-MILLION pound ‘Commercial Village’ driven by retail, hospitality and education will provide a gateway to Wrexham town centre and boost the economy. The stunning £21m extension to Coleg Cambria Yale is yet to open due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but work has been going on behind the scenes in preparation for when it is…

Read More

Emma has bucked the trend and polyglot a place studying languages at Oxford

A COLEG CAMBRIA student has polyglot a place at one of the world’s leading universities. Emma Hinde has received an offer to study Spanish and German at Oxford from October. Emma, 18, from Wrexham, also received interest from Russell Group universities but has her heart set on attending the elite institution. Her natural flair for…

Read More

Coleg Cambria Llysfasi looks forward to celebrating centenary year when safe to do so

A LAND-BASED college is marking 100 years at the forefront of education and agriculture. Staff and students at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi have put centenary plans on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic but look forward to celebrating when it is safe to do so. Currently operating online and serving small groups of learners at the…

Read More