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Risque greetings card company to open new HQ and printworks after pandemic sales surge

A POPULAR greeting cards company is celebrating expansion plans after a pandemic business boom. Based in Colwyn Bay, Lima Lima was launched by Carly and James Brands in 2015 and got off to a flying start, producing and selling daring…

Diversity award nomination for leading North Wales college

COLEG CAMBRIA has again been recognised for inclusion by a prestigious diversity organisation. The north east Wales college is in the running for the National Centre for Diversity Award for Inclusive Learning Leadership at the Association of Colleges (AoC) Beacon…

Wildlife corridor and student sanctuary picks up top conservation award less than 12 months after opening

A FLOURISHING wildlife garden unveiled earlier this year has already won an award for conservation. The new wildlife corridor and wellbeing garden at Coleg Cambria Deeside received a prize in the Business category at the inaugural Bionet Awards, held at…

North Wales college on hand to support GCSE pupils on results day

COLEG CAMBRIA is ready to support and guide pupils receiving their GCSE results today (Thursday). Staff are on hand to speak to anyone concerned about their grades and to discuss options and opportunities at the college’s sites in Wrexham, Deeside,…

College apprentice blossoms in Snowdonia conservation role

AN APPRENTICE who appeared on a popular TV show is blossoming in her role with a leading conservation partnership. Eleri Turner is enjoying life with Coleg Cambria and the Carneddau Landscape Partnership, a five-year National Heritage Lottery-funded scheme conserving an…

Pilot project vision to unify optometry services for future of eyecare in Wales

A UNIFIED approach to optometry will be the future of eye-care in Wales. Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has been selected to pilot a new cluster programme focused on further strengthening primary eye care services nationally. With more than…

Students create wellbeing ‘Wildlife Corridor’ on North Wales college site

STUDENTS transformed a college site into a ‘wildlife corridor’ and wellbeing garden. Traineeship learners, staff and members of the Construction Trainee Academy at Coleg Cambria Deeside began work on the 40 sq metre site in the autumn. With the support…

Inspirational Army veteran and foster parent lights up the lives of South Wales community

A KIND-HEARTED foster parent and Army veteran lit up the lives of struggling families, pensioners and vulnerable adults throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. Passionate Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) resident Dawn Parkin set up The Lighthouse Project two years ago, initially as…

College Christmas markets will bring festive cheer to North Wales this Winter

COLEG CAMBRIA will bring festive cheer to north east Wales with its first ever Christmas markets. Six days of activities and attractions are to take place at the college’s Deeside and Yale Wrexham sites from December 1-10, with more than…

Coleg Cambria ASD student writes series of books for children with autism

AN INSPIRING student has written a series of books for children with autism. Amy Le Dain, from Buckley, created Autism and Sea following her own experiences with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and wants to help young people to better understand the condition….