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Four metre Welsh knife dragon under construction at Coleg Cambria

A FOUR-METRE dragon constructed from thousands of weapons will breathe fire into a knife awareness campaign. The stunning metal sculpture is being built at Coleg Cambria’s Bersham Road site, in partnership with North Wales Police and Wrexham Council. Lecturer John Freeman and students have been safely welding and fabricated confiscated items – including samurai swords,…

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Antur Cymru Enterprise opens third shop in west Wales to meet demand

TRADERS are enjoying start-up success with the support of Antur Cymru Enterprise. Entrepreneurs, makers, and independent producers in west Wales are benefiting from the organisation’s Cymorth Busnes Lleol / Local Business Support programme. After opening retail units in Aberystwyth and Newcastle Emlyn, a space has now been unveiled on Cardigan High Street. Loren Nash is the owner of Under the…

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Coleg Cambria to showcase new cutting-edge facilities at accessible open events

COLEG CAMBRIA will showcase its wide range of courses and cutting-edge facilities at a series of open events this Spring. The accessible sessions will take place on the following dates at these sites: Deeside and Deeside Sixth – Wednesday March 6 from 5pm-7pm. Llysfasi – Saturday March 9 from 10am-12pm. Yale and Yale Sixth Wrexham…

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Carbon Zero Renewables celebrates record numbers, award win and team growth

AN ACCLAIMED renewable energy business is celebrating another award-winning and record-breaking year. Carbon Zero Renewables – part of the Carbon Zero Group based in Old Colwyn, St Asaph and Mochdre – has announced its highest ever annual accounts. The firm has also taken on new employees, including a personal assistant, videographer, sales, and finance staff,…

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£10m land-based college redevelopment set for completion this September

THE £10m redevelopment of a leading land-based college is set for completion this autumn. Backed with more than £5.9m from the Welsh Government’s Sustainable Communities for Learning Programme, Coleg Cambria is transforming its land-based campus at Llysfasi, near Ruthin. Following the opening of its £1.2m rural education centre three years ago, a new state-of-the-art, 1095…

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City centre move leads to expansion and new commercial clients for law firm

A CITY centre move led to expansion and clients across new commercial sectors for an acclaimed law practice. Mackenzie Jones Solicitors – based in St Asaph, Menai Bridge and a recently opened base in Grosvenor Street, Chester – is attracting business in a wide range of industries. The firm is representing opticians, care homes, holiday…

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New-look hospitality and tourism programme to help breathe life into industry

A NEW-LOOK tourism qualification will help breathe life into the sector and train the next generation of hospitality workers. Delivered by Coleg Cambria, the FdA in Tourism and Hospitality Management has been revamped to meet the demands of the industry post-Covid. Learners can study for two years at the college’s Yale site in Wrexham before…

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70+ organisations to showcase career opportunities at returning Conwy Job Expo

MORE than 70 organisations from across Wales and the North West will join forces to showcase employment opportunities at a returning careers event. Organised by Conwy Employment Hub in partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and supported by Creating Enterprise, Conwy Business Support, and Working Wales, which is delivered by Careers Wales,…

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Surge in extra-curricular sports at Ysgol Eirias could lead to fall in absenteeism

A SECONDARY school has experienced a surge in pupils taking part in extra-curricular sport. Learners at Ysgol Eirias in Colwyn Bay have engaged with football, rugby, basketball, dodgeball, badminton, hockey, volleyball, netball, and gymnastics sessions more than 5,000 times since September. Cooking and Health and Wellbeing activities have also proven popular, ensuring learners pick up…

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Cut price tickets up for grabs as Bolesworth International festival extended to meet demand

EARLY birds can grab cut-price entry to one of the country’s most popular equestrian and lifestyle events. Following last year’s spectacular Bolesworth International – which welcomed more than 17,000 people to the 6,000-acre castle estate – tickets are now on sale for this summer’s celebration, which runs from June 6-16. Located in Tattenhall, near Wrexham and Chester,…

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