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Fully-funded support and advice seminars a hit with businesses in lockdown

A BUSINESS START-UP programme hosted a raft of fully funded webinars, videos and podcasts for businesses during lockdown. The Enterprise Hub – a joint project between Menter Mon and M-SParc in Gaerwen – quickly adapted their services to online in order to provide guidance, advice and learning opportunities for entrepreneurs during the pandemic, utilising the…

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Student who travelled 7,000 miles and joined Coleg Cambria set for business success

A STUDENT who travelled 7,000 miles from Brunei to North Wales and a leading college has her heart set on business success. Imaan Khan will begin a degree in Economics and Management Studies at Cardiff University after completing her A Levels at Coleg Cambria Yale. The institution’s newly crowned Enterprise Student of the Year was…

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Nurse opens up on fundraising challenges facing St David’s Hospice

THE significance of St David’s Hospice has never been more apparent than in past months. Care staff have continued to deliver first-class clinical services despite the COVID-19 pandemic and have often been called upon to support patients whose families could not visit due to social-distance and self-isolation restrictions. As lockdown rules ease, the Llandudno-based facility…

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Tech advances and mum’s care inspire student to pursue prosthetics degree

A CARING teenager plans to study prosthetics at university after being inspired by advances in medical technology. Coleg Cambria learner Emily Baines has been offered a place on the Prosthetics and Orthotics degree at the University of Strathclyde – ranked second in the UK for Medical Technology. Emily, from Marford, has completed A Levels in…

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Coleg Cambria rural education hub completed in lockdown for 2020/21 year

CONSTRUCTORS completed an innovative £1.2m rural education centre during lockdown. The new community learning complex at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi will serve people in rural areas of north east Wales as part of the Welsh Government’s Prosperity for All vision to provide more education links in towns and villages across the country. Wrexham-based Read Construction worked in partnership…

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Full steam ahead for Coleg Cambria and Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways

THE partnership between Coleg Cambria and a world-famous heritage railway is on track for awards success. Learners from the college were studying for a Level 2 City and Guilds Work-Based Diploma in Horticulture on the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways Heritage Skills Training Programme before the Coronavirus pandemic cut short their placements. Katherine Martin and Kieran Chell…

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Open letter from Steve Parry – chief executive of Nightingale House Hospice

A HOSPICE leader says chronic underfunding and the Coronavirus will see them lose around £1.2m this year. In an open letter, Steve Parry, chief executive of Wrexham-based Nightingale House Hospice, said: “Despite the amazing support we have received from the public since the COVID-19 pandemic began, our hospice will not be able to continue delivering…

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Sixth form head on life in lockdown and supporting students through COVID-19

THE team leading a £15million education complex have supported students through the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19. Head of Deeside Sixth Form Centre Miriam Riddell (pictured with children Ernie and Josephine) and Deputy Director Rob Hughes took the helm at the Flintshire site a year ago. Fast forward 12 months and they have found themselves helping…

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Bubble business enjoys lockdown sales surge and unveils ethical vision for the future

BUSINESS is bubbling up nicely for one of the country’s most ethical and inspiring manufacturers. Dr Zigs distributed 10,000 litres of its popular products during the Coronavirus lockdown – that equates to a staggering 10 million giant bubbles. And the sales surge comes as the company, based on the Vaynol Estate near Bangor, approaches its…

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Coleg Cambria and Open University raising education standards for adult learners

A PARTNERSHIP between Coleg Cambria and The Open University (OU) is raising the standards of English and maths for adult learners in Wales. The north east Wales institution was tasked with helping to develop Everyday Maths and English courses in partnership with the OU and Welsh colleges. Amanda Morgan, Cambria’s Deputy Director for Essential Skills,…

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