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Coleg Cambria and LEAF Education launch annual search for innovative schools

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LEAF Education Launches Search for Innovation School of the Year in Food, Farming and Environment 2020 Leading farm education charity, LEAF Education in partnership with Coleg Cambria Llysfasi have launched the annual National Competition in Food, Farming and Environment. The competition, which is open to all secondary schools across the [...]

Angus to feature in national art exhibition

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A talented young artist at Rydal Penrhos will have his work showcased at a prestigious exhibition. Angus Holland, a Year 4 pupil at Rydal Penrhos Prep School, has had a piece of his work selected for the Royal Academy of Arts Young Artists’ Summer Show. This particular piece, entitled [...]

Fast-growing Beeline caravan firm creates buzz ahead of summer reopening

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ONE of North Wales’ fastest growing caravan firms is creating a buzz in the holiday sector. Launched two years ago, Beeline caravan traders and holiday lets has risen to become one of the most successful independent tourism firms in north west Wales. Employing up to 20 staff in Pwllheli, [...]

PetPlace introduces cutting-edge safety measures to ensure wellbeing of customers during Coronavirus pandemic

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PETPLACE has introduced cutting-edge social distancing and safety measures to ensure the wellbeing of its team and customers during the Coronavirus pandemic. The leading retailer – which has sites across North Wales – is the first in the UK to install Record FlowControl at its Abergele store, a revolutionary [...]

Covid-19 forces cancellation of 2020 Wales rally GB

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Covid-19 forces cancellation of 2020 Wales rally GB • Britain’s prized round of the FIA World Rally Championship halted by global pandemic • Illustrious annual motorsport event cancelled for the first time in more than 50 years • Decision taken due to ongoing uncertainties surrounding travel and mass gatherings in [...]

News from Wrexham Glyndwr University: Film-maker captures life under lockdown in series of documentaries

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Film-maker captures life under lockdown in series of documentaries A film-maker and photographer from Wrexham has made a series of films looking at how people’s lives are being affected by the coronavirus lockdown. Dominika Edwards, from Hightown, is a third year student on Wrexham Glyndwr University’s BA (Hons) Photography [...]

News from Wrexham Glyndwr University – WGU to hold online event for potential postgraduate and professional students

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Wrexham Glyndwr University to hold online event for potential postgraduate and professional students Wrexham Glyndwr University will be running an online event aimed at people considering postgraduate, professional or part-time study next week. The event – the second of its kind the university has run since the start of [...]

Coleg Cambria to host virtual open day for prospective students in lockdown

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COLEG CAMBRIA is hosting a virtual open day for prospective students and parents to explore its cutting-edge facilities and the wide range of courses on offer. The college is currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, though further education institutions will begin a phased reopening in Wales for face-to-face [...]

Kind college worker sends care packages to hospital staff in the fight against Covid-19

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NURSES and health workers whose skin has suffered due to wearing safety masks and visors during the Coronavirus pandemic received care packages from a kindly college worker. Philippa Lea-Bush, an international administrator at Coleg Cambria, delivered hand and face creams to Wrexham Maelor Hospital after receiving a phenomenal response [...]

Xplore! joins UK Science Centres’ nationwide campaign calling for Government Emergency Resilience Funding

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Xplore! joins UK Science Centres’ nationwide campaign calling for Government Emergency Resilience Funding Science Centres For Our Future Campaign Launched   Xplore!, along with over 40 members of the UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres (ASDC), has today joined the Science Centres For Our Futurecampaign, which is calling [...]

Student tennis star serving up food for vulnerable during lockdown nominated for national diversity award

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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 [...]

Virtual Summer Start-Up Week to deliver free advice and workshops to student entrepreneurs

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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 [...]

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