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Moonwalking Rhyl mums raising money for breast cancer charity

Two mums will be pounding the pavements of London in their bras for a walking marathon in aid of breast cancer charities. Kelly Williams and Jayne Broster, both from Rhyl are taking on the 26.2 mile Moonwalk while getting in the groove with this year’s disco theme. The annual event on May 11 is in…

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Supertemps and solicitors host free employment law events

A top recruitment company and leading firm of solicitors joined forces to deliver free employment law events. Up to 100 people attended the seminars at M-Sparc on Anglesey and the OpTIC Technology Centre, St Asaph. Organised by Supertemps and S2 Recruitment – which have offices in Colwyn Bay, Bangor and Gaerwen – and the Manchester…

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Kubota and Coleg Cambria seal partnership to train future engineers

COLEG CAMBRIA LLYSFASI has joined forces with a top international agricultural machinery company to train future workers in land-based engineering. The college has signed-up to a new partnership with Kubota, the Japanese tractor and heavy equipment manufacturer. Together they have launched the Kubota Apprenticeship Scheme, a three-year block release programme which will blend education at…

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PetPlace helping international detection agency in war on drugs and terrorism

A REVOLUTIONARY pet store and park complex is helping an international detection dog company in the war against drugs and terrorism. Award-winning Flintshire firm Wagtail UK Ltd has joined forces with PetPlace, the leading chain of pet outlets in North Wales. Specialist instructor David Scott and his team use the company’s new-look Abergele facility –…

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Golden girl Kaisha defeats opposition to win mechanic title

GOLDEN girl Kaisha Madeley hit top gear at a national skills competition. The Coleg Cambria student beat eight male counterparts in the Automotive Technology category at Skills Competition Wales in Cardiff. Kaisha, from Wrexham, had earlier won the North Wales regional title and now hopes to compete for a place at Worldskills UK LIVE in…

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Time is right to join ION Leadership programme says watch business

THE director of a booming watch company says the time is right to join a popular management programme. Mathew Pemberthy will be among the next cohort attending the prestigious New Leaders qualification in Aberystwyth, part of the ION Leadership series. Typically, aimed at firms in north west Wales – in conjunction with Bangor and Swansea…

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Coleg Cambria Llysfasi to welcome UK Loggers for national competition

COLEG CAMBRIA LLYSFASI is branching out for a top international logging tournament. The Denbighshire site will host the UK Loggers (UKL) competition and training day this Saturday. Dozens of participants are expected to contest the event at Llysfasi, near Ruthin, though only loggers with chainsaw maintenance, crosscutting and felling qualifications can take part. Held in…

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Coleg Cambria ceremony marks start of £20m Yale redevelopment

WORK is underway on the £20million redevelopment of Coleg Cambria Yale. Chief executive David Jones was joined by Wrexham Assembly Member Lesley Griffiths and special guests today (Friday) for a turf-cutting ceremony to mark the occasion. The Grove Park Road site is the latest to undergo a revolutionary refurbishment following multi-million pound improvements to Cambria…

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David Jones OBE to step down as chief executive of Coleg Cambria

DAVID JONES OBE will step down as Chief Executive of Coleg Cambria later this year. Cambria’s board of governors thanked him for his efforts and achievements and said he will be “sorely missed”. Mr Jones oversaw the merger of Deeside and Yale colleges in 2013 and has led the institution through an unprecedented period of…

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Coleg Cambria serves up winning performance at Welsh cooking finals

COLEG CAMBRIA served up its best-ever performance in a national cooking competition. The north east Wales college warmed up ahead of the next Worldskills competition with 19 medals at the Welsh International Culinary Championships (WICC). Students received two gold, six silver and 11 bronze medals, as well as two merits of achievement and three Best…

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