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First ever AGCO-Llysfasi cohort graduates from innovative apprenticeship scheme

LEARNERS ploughed ahead in completing an innovative agriculture training scheme despite the challenges of Covid-19. The first ever cohort of AGCO apprentices at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi have completed the three-year Technical Advanced Extended Diploma in Agricultural Engineering. The north east Wales college teamed up with the worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment to train…

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Plastering student secures apprenticeship after impressing skills course instructor

A traditional building skills course led to an apprenticeship opportunity from one of its instructors. Organised by Wrexham’s Traditional Building Skills Programme and held at Coleg Cambria’s Bersham Road site, the traditional building skills courses are provided free through Wrexham Council. Plasterer student Wesley Jackson has attended several of the Traditional Building skills courses to…

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Wrexham Sounds – new name, new direction and new premises for award-winning studio

AWARD-WINNING music studios will reopen with a new name in new premises and a vision to transform the lives of disadvantaged young people across North Wales. The former Vic Studios has rebranded as Wrexham Sounds and moved from the town’s Hill Street to Rhosrobin. A not-for-profit social enterprise, the studio will provide music-based sessions to children from…

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Coleg Cambria a leader in standards of inclusion for disabled people

COLEG CAMBRIA has achieved leadership status in developing standards of inclusion for disabled people. The north east Wales college is now a Level 3 Disability Confident Leader. The DWP (Department for Work and Pensions) scheme encourages organisations of all sizes to encourage, support and retain talented, loyal and hard-working disabled employees. As a Disability Confident Leader, Cambria…

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Rossett skin clinic welcomes new faces after post-lockdown patient increase

AN AWARD-WINNING skin clinic welcomed new faces after returning from lockdown in style. Pure Perfection Clinic has experienced a surge in patients since reopening in March and taken on extra staff to meet demand. The business, based in Rossett – between Wrexham and Chester – also unveiled an innovative thread lift treatment already proving popular…

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Stars align for ION Leadership and 20Twenty online graduation event

STARS including singer Beverley Knight, Rupert Moon and broadcaster Mike Bushell joined the alumni of popular business and leadership courses for a virtual celebration. More than 160 company owners, managers and supervisors attended an online graduation ceremony for the ION Leadership and 20Twenty Business Growth programmes. Hosted by Bangor University, viewers were treated to messages…

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Coleg Cambria chef Barry serving up food and drink at Wimbledon this week

A TOP chef is serving up food and drink at the world’s number one tennis tournament. Barry Langston, head chef at Coleg Cambria’s Ial Restaurant in Wrexham, has been joined by two Hospitality and Catering students at the Wimbledon tennis championships. Over the coming days, Barry – who worked previously in Le Mans, France, and has operated…

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GE Tools continues to grow after more than 30 years at the top of their trade

A LEADING industrial supplier is powering its way to future growth after more than 30 years in business. GE Tools is one of the largest independent distributors of tools, PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), hygiene products and personalised workwear in North Wales. Based in Deeside and Rhyl, the company is recruiting new staff to meet demand…

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Cambria student Hari won’t let blindness stop lifelong dream to work with horses

HARI ROBERTS has been blind since birth, but that has not stopped him living an action-packed life. A self-confessed thrillseeker, the 19 year-old has been riding horses for 10 years and is currently studying Equine Care and Management at Coleg Cambria. As well as eventing, cross country and dressage he has taken part in many…

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Headteacher survives ‘terrifying’ aneurysm to back Awyr Las cardiac campaign

ONE day Llyr Rees was running 10 miles and preparing to enter triathlon competitions. The next he was fighting for his life. Headteacher at Ysgol Gynradd Bontnewydd, near Caernarfon, Llyr was a fit and healthy 50 year-old when struck down by a ruptured aorta just nine months ago. The aneurysm and resulting aortic dissection left…

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