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Mona Lifting continues with growth and major energy projects after taking on new staff

A LEADING industrial manufacturer was given a huge lift during Covid after securing a series of major energy projects and taking on new staff. Anglesey-based Mona Lifting has completed a raft of complex jobs over the past 12 months, most recently the design, manufacture and installation of an 18-metre maintenance footbridge at Maentwrog hydro-electric power…

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Coleg Cambria to host GB celebration event in aid of war veterans charity

A CELEBRATION of Great Britain in aid of a national charity for war veterans will be hosted by Coleg Cambria in the coming weeks. The inaugural British International Tattoo and trade exhibition for businesses is to be held at the college’s Yale site in Wrexham over two days from Saturday October 2. Producer Gareth Butler…

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Awards keep pouring in for Conwy Vineyard with big plans for the future

THE awards continue to pour in for a vineyard with plans for expansion and new products after five years of grape success. Gwinllan Conwy owners Colin and Charlotte Bennett are celebrating a prestigious bronze medal from the Decanter World Wine Awards, having achieved two bronze medals at the International Wine Challenge (IWC) earlier this year….

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Veranda applause for booming leisure company as sales continue to rise

A MULTI-AWARD-WINNING leisure group has left the challenges of Covid-19 in the shade by unveiling a new range of products and plans for further growth. UK Leisure Living, which employs 15 staff across sites in Mochdre, St Asaph and Deeside, is receiving positive feedback and sales for the latest line in its quality outdoor selection…

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Business course to meet growing demand for admin workers in Wales

COLEG CAMBRIA is attracting more students to business administration as demand in the sector continues to rise. In the last 12 months, the college’s Deeside Job Shop has posted more than 50 administrative roles and apprenticeships with companies and public sector organisations across North Wales. And with a new study by analysis site Adzuna and…

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Four North Wales high streets to benefit from £10,000 grants to fill empty shops

EMPTY premises in hard-hit North Wales high streets could soon be filled thanks to an innovative grant scheme. Up to £10,000 funding packages are available through the Welsh Government Town Centre Entrepreneurship Fund for entrepreneurs who are keen to open a business in Wrexham, Bangor, Rhyl, or Colwyn Bay. The Town Centre Miwtini start-up programme…

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Llysfasi student receives prestigious accolade from leading forestry organisation

A COLEG CAMBRIA student won a prestigious accolade from a forestry organisation. Dafydd Jones, a student at the college’s Llysfasi site, was named Tilhill Diploma Student of the Year at a virtual prizegiving ceremony. The 18 year-old, from Tywyn in Meirionnydd, Gwynedd, was lauded by tutors for his dedication and passion for education and his…

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Coleg Cambria on hand with support and advice for students receiving GCSE results

COLEG CAMBRIA will be on hand to support pupils receiving their GCSE results. Staff are available today (Thursday) and Friday for anyone worried about their grades, and to showcase the wide range of courses and vocational qualifications available at the college’s sites in Wrexham, Deeside, Northop and Llysfasi. They will also be free to discuss…

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Day of live music and activities to celebrate community and Clocktower development

A CELEBRATION of community togetherness and the resurgence of an iconic heritage site takes place next week. Organised by Enbarr Foundation CIC and the ‘Guardians’ working to preserve the Grade II-listed John Summers Clock Tower site in Deeside, the event will be held from 12pm on Saturday August 21. Supported by Art & Soul Tribe…

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Students praised for resilience as Coleg Cambria achieves ‘oustanding’ A Level results

COLEG CAMBRIA Chief Executive Yana Williams praised learners and staff for their incredible resilience following another unparalleled year. As A Level and BTEC students from college sites in Deeside, Wrexham, Northop and Llysfasi receive their grades today (Tuesday), Ms Williams reflected on “outstanding” overall results for the college. She commended them for meeting the challenges…

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