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S4S celebrates 10th anniversary with plans for major expansion and jobs

A LEADING manufacturer celebrating 10 years in business is steeling itself for further growth after securing major national contracts. S4S (Steel 4 Structures) is planning to recruit 10 new staff and unveil a 12,500 sq ft extension to its 37,500 sq ft Buckley factory after winning a raft of clients during Covid. The company, which…

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Inspired Ali loses weight in lockdown and backs national Covid health campaign

THE Coronavirus pandemic inspired Ali Yates to get on her bike and keep fit in lockdown. With new figures revealing a third of people in North Wales have put on weight since the onset of Covid-19 – with the average gain being 6.1kg or nearly a stone – the 45 year-old has bucked the trend….

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North Walians urged to stay healthy after a third gain weight and exercise less in lockdown

A THIRD of people in North Wales have gained weight and exercised less since the onset of COVID-19. A report by YouGov in support of the Welsh Government’s Help Us, Help You campaign revealed more than 50% of responders in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) region are eating less healthily than they were…

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Deeside student shows mettle in designing sculpture for steel giant’s 125th anniversary

A COLEG CAMBRIA student showed his mettle in winning a competition to design a sculpture for a pioneering steel company’s 125th anniversary. Luka Mitchell created an art installation for Deeside-based Tata Steel, which will take pride of place in the gardens at its Shotton site following an unveiling ceremony in September. Entrants were tasked with capturing…

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Conwy Employment Hub holding virtual sessions to help meet social care jobs crisis

AN EMPLOYMENT and training service is targeting new candidates to help meet unprecedented demand for workers in the social care sector. Conwy Employment Hub is holding virtual sessions that will introduce would-be recruits to roles within the industry, held over four days later this month. In partnership with the Welsh Government and WeCare Wales, the…

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Preparations underway for £15m net zero farm centre at Coleg Cambria

THE development of a £15m ‘net zero farming centre’ in North Wales will play a key role in helping the UK meet its carbon neutral targets. As preparations continue for the revolutionary centre of excellence at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi, near Ruthin in Denbighshire, project manager George Fisher has been busy garnering the support, opinions and…

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Three cheers for the Red Lion! Pub finally opens after pandemic delays

A BELOVED village pub and restaurant is doing a roaring trade after being forced to close due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Just weeks after taking over the Red Lion in Northop, leaseholders Amanda Chitty and Elaine Hughes had to shut its doors and furlough staff as Covid-19 took hold in the UK. Now, more than…

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Clocktower family fun day raises thousands for redevelopment of iconic landmark

A FAMILY fun day raised thousands of pounds and united a community behind the redevelopment of an iconic North Wales landmark. Following the success of their recent live event, Vicki Roskams and the team behind plans to save the dilapidated John Summers clock tower site in Deeside are pressing ahead with further activities in the…

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Friends head to Cardiff with Welsh language vision after top A Level results

FRIENDS passionate about keeping the Welsh language alive are off to the nation’s capital to begin the next chapter in their lives. Frances Bather and Ellie Worsnip will study Welsh at Cardiff University after succeeding in their A Levels at Coleg Cambria’s Yale campus in Wrexham. Frances, from Llangollen, and Mold-based Ellie both received As…

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Jacob makes capital move after securing place with global finance giant

A STUDENT has made a capital investment and will move to London following outstanding A Level results. Jacob Evans, from Rhyl, secured a prestigious degree apprenticeship with world leader in financial services, JP Morgan. The 17 year-old, a former pupil at Ysgol Glan Clwyd in St Asaph, achieved A*s in Economics and Law, an A…

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