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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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CDC Accounting grows while offering online support to hair and beauty clients

A LEADING accountancy firm specialising in the hair and beauty sector has experienced significant growth. Award-winning CDC Accounting, based in Llangollen, now employs seven people and is one of the fastest-rising finance companies in the region. Led by managing director Chris Cheeney, the company has been praised by salon owners, clinicians and clients nationwide for…

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Coleg Cambria ranked among the best 20 employers in the UK

COLEG CAMBRIA has been listed among the top companies to work for in the UK. The north east Wales institution was ranked 19th in the Super Large Organisation category of the 2020 UK Best Workplaces. Determined by the US-based Great Place to Work Institute, the college was recognised alongside some of the country’s top employers,…

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Coleg Cambria students receive record number of offers to study medical science

COLEG CAMBRIA learners achieved a record number of offers to study medical science degrees. Fifteen students from Yale in Wrexham, Llysfasi and Deeside Sixth Form Centre will take Veterinary Medicine, Medicine, and Dentistry at top universities from September. The news comes after fellow learners secured places at elite international universities including Nova Scotia, Canada, as…

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Coleg Cambria music video marks generous donation of goods to hospitals

COLEG CAMBRIA staff donated hundreds of vital toiletry and health products to hospital patients. The college’s Work-based Learning team bought shampoo, shower gel, deodorant, hand wash and other items for Mold and Deeside community hospitals. Patients were running low as their families are self-isolating and unable to visit because of the Coronavirus pandemic. To mark…

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North Wales Economic Ambition Board leads drive to support workers during pandemic

BUSINESS, skills and careers organisations in North Wales are supporting workers at risk of unemployment due to the Coronavirus pandemic. North Wales Economic Ambition Board, the Welsh Government’s Working Wales programme, delivered by Careers Wales, the North Wales Regional Skills Partnership and the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) have united to provide job seekers…

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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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Edward Hughes Solicitors experiences surge in demand for Wills during pandemic

LAW firms are experiencing a surge in demand for Will writing as the number of deaths from Coronavirus continues to rise. Edward Hughes Solicitors, based in Rhyl and Colwyn Bay, has been busy supporting families at what is a stressful and alarming period in UK history, and offering remote guidance and advice while staff follow…

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