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New Kid on the block as rare Coleg Cambria goats win top agriculture awards

RARE goats won top prizes at a virtual festival of farming and agriculture. Bagot Goats from Coleg Cambria Northop won four prizes at The Greatest Online Agricultural Show. The prestigious event was contested by participants from the across the UK, notably in the Rare Breeds Society Trust’s Native Breed Section. It was there the Bagots…

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Pure Perfection Clinic prepares for life after lockdown with new treatments and technology

PURE PERFECTION CLINIC is preparing for life after lockdown by unveiling revolutionary new treatments and technology. The award-winning Rossett clinic has been closed for months due to the Coronavirus pandemic and staff have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to support patients by offering free advice and guidance via online tutorials and social media. Owner…

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Alumni return to college to support students hoping to follow in their footsteps

COLEG CAMBRIA alumni are supporting young students on the path to their future careers. Esther Abelian, Dr Clare Jones and Abigail Duckett are among the former learners offering support and guidance to current cohorts. All three went on to study Medicine at university after completing their studies at the north east Wales institution. They have…

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Summer Start-Up Week a big hit with student and graduate entrepreneurs

YOUNG entrepreneurs were treated to a week of inspirational online workshops and presentations on how to launch a business. TV’s The Apprentice winner Alana Spencer was among the stars and well-known industry names to appear on the first Summer Start-Up Week. Held virtually due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the programme was led by FE and…

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Coleg Cambria Welsh language partnership receives Excellent inspection result

A PARTNERSHIP teaching Welsh for adults across north east Wales has received a glowing inspection result. Learn Welsh North East – led by Coleg Cambria and Popeth Cymraeg – was labelled ‘Excellent’ by Estyn, the education and training inspectorate for Wales. Thousands of people in Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire have benefited from the Welsh for…

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Coleg Cambria donation helps hospital patients to enjoy ‘virtual visits’ from family

HOSPITAL patients are enjoying ‘virtual visits’ with family thanks to the kindness of staff at Coleg Cambria. The north east Wales college has donated iPads to Wrexham Maelor Hospital so relatives currently unable to physically visit the wards due to the Coronavirus pandemic can stay in contact with loved ones. Brian Laing, Informatics Project Manager…

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Coleg Cambria student sports star in running for National Diversity Award

A COLEG CAMBRIA student and member of the Welsh Youth Parliament has been nominated for a National Diversity Award. Jonathon Dawes, from Rhyl, has been listed in the Positive Role Model category for his uplifting work in the community. The 17 year-old – head coach at Rhyl Tennis Club – has had an incredible 12…

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Summer Start-Up week to support students and graduates with business ideas

A WEEK of virtual talks, workshops and seminars for students and graduates wanting to start a business will be launched on Monday (June 8). The Summer Start-Up week has been organised by colleges and universities across Wales, including Coleg Cambria. Six sessions across the five days will be hosted by Cambria partners and collaborators, including…

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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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Musician raises money for Wrexham hospital garden with living room gig

A TALENTED musician who performed live from his living room has raised almost £1500 for a hospital garden appeal. John ‘Chippy’ Lloyd, a Technical Training Officer at Coleg Cambria, had given himself the target of £500 but passed that milestone during the two-hour concert. Playing his acoustic guitar surrounded by rainbow pictures painted by his…

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