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Coleg Cambria staff covered thousands of miles in lockdown exercise classes

COLEG Cambria staff covered thousands of miles and took part in a wide range of physical challenges during lockdown. Employees from across sites in Deeside, Northop, Llysfasi and Yale and Bersham Road in Wrexham participated in more than 125 virtual exercise classes while working from home due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As part of the…

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Edward Hughes Solicitors reopens with warning for future of the law sector

THE legal profession will never be the same again. That is the view of partners at Edward Hughes Solicitors, which has offices in Rhyl and Colwyn Bay. As businesses continue to emerge from lockdown and rebuild for the future, the law sector is no different, but unlike many industries work carried on behind closed doors…

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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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‘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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Happy 20th birthday to Risc IT Solutions – further expansion is on the horizon

A HIGH-FLYING IT firm celebrates its 20th anniversary with plans for national expansion and new offices. Risc IT Solutions will open a base in Cardiff this summer, having successfully launched in London and secured new clients across the country. The cloud computing and IT support provider has seen turnover rise by 30% each year since…

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Coleg Cambria and Aber Uni showcase success of precise agriculture technology

Precision Livestock Project welcomes farmers and further education students to IBERS. Farmers and further education students from across Wales have visited IBERS (Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences) to learn about ongoing precision agriculture technology research at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi and Aberystwyth University. These events were organised as part of the ‘PreciseAg’ (Precision livestock…

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Coleg Cambria students aim to reverse huge decline in red squirrel population

STUDENTS have joined forces with a wildlife project help save the red squirrel population from extinction. Level 3 NVQ Animal Management learners at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi built feeders and nest boxes for the animals and monitored their progress at enclosures in Clocaenog forest, near Ruthin, during a reinforcement project. They have been supporting the work…

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Awards win and 50% turnover increase for Kinmel Bay firm BGB Scaffolding

A SCAFFOLDING company is reaping the awards after winning new contracts and achieving a 50% increase in turnover. BGB Scaffolding has enjoyed its “best-ever year” by growing its workforce to 26 people and receiving top industry prizes. Led by Managing Director Ben Badham, the Kinmel Bay-based firm was named Business of the Year (Under 100…

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PetPlace Plus a great incentive for customers of leading North Wales retailer

PETPLACE is launching a VIP scheme to reward loyal customers with more creature comforts. The leading independent pet retailer has enjoyed a busy year, taking on new staff and achieving a five-star hygiene rating at its revolutionary coffee bar, play park and cinema in Abergele. The company had earlier been presented with a prestigious Investors…

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Wrexham architects design new National Football Development Centre for Wales

ARCHITECTS have spoken of their pride at designing a revolutionary new National Football Development Centre for Wales. Wrexham-based Lawray Architects attended the launch of the cutting-edge £5million facility in Gresford on Sunday (September 22). Directors David Hughes, who hails from the town, and Keith O’Hanlon worked with the Football Association of Wales (FAW), Wrexham County…

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