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Kind-hearted Cerys juggles key worker role with college studies during pandemic

A TEENAGE student is balancing college assignments with her role as a key worker during the Coronavirus pandemic. Cerys Harris wakes at 4am every day before beginning a 5am shift as a home delivery picker at Morrisons supermarket in Rhyl. The 17 year-old is on the shop floor until 12.30pm, before returning to the home…

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‘Buy local’ message from business leader as weather leads to hot tubs sales surge

A HOT TUBS company has smashed predicted records as warm weather coupled with the Coronavirus lockdown led to a surge in sales. And Gareth Jones, Managing Director of UK Leisure Living – a past winner and runner up for Spa Retailer of the UK – is encouraging people to support local firms when restrictions are…

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Coleg Cambria student Jack Rowlands highly commended at national sports awards

A SPECIAL OLYMPICS all-rounder has been highly commended by a national sports organisation. Coleg Cambria student Jack Rowlands was recognised by the prestigious Association of Colleges (AoC) at its annual sports awards, which took place on social media due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Jack, from Hawarden, is an ILS (Independent Living Skills) Skills Entry Level…

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Coleg Cambria continues to manufacture homemade PPE items for frontline workers

KIND-HEARTED college staff are making hundreds of scrubs bags for frontline workers while in lockdown. Nichola Evans, Joanne Breeze and Rachel Harrison are among the Coleg Cambria employees manufacturing items to support hospital and care workers in their battle against the Coronavirus pandemic. The trio have been sewing scrubs bags in self-isolation, while colleagues from…

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Snowdonia donkeys cared for by Coleg Cambria Llysfasi students at charity farm

BELOVED animals at a leading charity were cared for by Coleg Cambria students. A group from Llysfasi land-based college spent time with the Snowdonia Donkeys at Ffarm Moelyci in Tregarth, near Bangor, before the Coronavirus pandemic took hold. The learners helped to monitor the herd, cleaned stables and were shown how to identify weeds including…

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FFP Solutions working with businesses to access vital Coronavirus cash support

A NORTH WALES finance firm is in place to speed-up access to vital loans and cash support for businesses in jeopardy because of the Covid-19 pandemic. St Asaph-based FFP Solutions is a Funding Circle Business Champion Broker and in a prime position to procure funds for struggling firms after the fintech giant was listed among…

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Coleg Cambria lecturers go extra mile to support frontline staff by making PPE

LECTURERS are working full time to produce hundreds of safety visors for frontline workers and care homes. Andy Peck, a Product Design lecturer at Coleg Cambria, and partner Mari Ball, who teaches Business Studies and Economics, have based themselves at the college’s £15m Deeside Sixth Form centre to manufacture PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) to help…

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Coleg Cambria to host online social media Q&As for students in coming weeks

LECTURERS and staff at Coleg Cambria are hosting online sessions to answer concerns and offer advice to students and parents in self-isolation due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The north east Wales college is holding regular talks with key staff who would usually be based at its sites in Deeside, Wrexham, Northop and Llysfasi. Using video…

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PetPlace still open for business and delivering during Coronavirus pandemic

THE Coronavirus pandemic has not stopped a leading North Wales retailer from supplying vital food and health products for the nation’s pets. Farm and Pet Place – also trading as PetPlace – is still open for business, offering an online click and collect service along with delivery of online orders to its loyal customers and, more…

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Pure Perfection Clinic offers free advice for those with self-isolation skin damage

AN AWARD-WINNING clinic is offering free support and guidance to people suffering with skin damage during the Coronavirus lockdown. Endless hand washing is having a detrimental effect on skin and has become an issue for people at home in quarantine. And self-isolating means many are unable to keep to health and beauty regimes, including grooming,…

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