‘Pit Stop Challenge’ is a winner at EDGE Careers Fair

‘Pit Stop Challenge’ is a winner at EDGE Careers Fair
05/01/2018

Cambridge Regional College’s Pit Stop Challenge proved the big attraction of the day when more than 700 students attended the third EDGE Careers Fair in Huntingdon. Pupils from six local secondary schools visited 88 stands and activities to find out about the future career opportunities on their doorstep. Most popular among the activities was the...


Football marathon will help vital charity work
04/01/2018

A student at Cambridge Regional College is holding an all-night football marathon in memory of her mother who died after suffering from a brain tumour. Sports Studies students Emily Brown, 19, and Katie Brandon, 18, are hoping to raise hundreds of pounds for the Brain Tumour Charity, a cause close to their hearts after Emily...


Apprentice Jade organises Christmas foodbank collection
22/12/2017

A large donation of food to make up Christmas hampers has been presented to Godmanchester Foodbank by Huntingdonshire District Council – thanks to the initiative of a Cambridge Regional College apprentice. Staff at the council generously donated 257.2 kg of food which was handed over by Jade Hester. Jade, who organised the food collection, works...


Prince’s Trust Team members celebrate their graduation
21/12/2017

Prince’s Trust team members marked the end of a 12-week action-packed course at Cambridge Regional College with a graduation evening for friends and family. Principal Mark Robertson was among the guests as the members of Team 42 received their certificates marking the completion of the programme. During the course, the students went on a residential...


College volunteers light up Christmas at Anglesey Abbey

Student volunteers from Huntingdon have helped light up Christmas for thousands of people visiting a winter wonderland at the National Trust’s Anglesey Abbey. Current and former special needs students, all co-workers in Cambridge Regional College’s Huntingdon conservation group the Green Team, created giant willow baubles for the Trust’s annual Winter Lights exhibition. Their work was...


Public invited to vote on students’ Greenways Cycle Project designs
20/12/2017

Six outstanding logos created by Cambridge Regional College students for the £10million Cambridge Greenways cycling project have been shortlisted by judges – and now the public is being invited to choose the winner. More than 50 Visual Communications students from the college created design concepts for the 12 Greenways schemes, with judges choosing the final...


Huntingdon Prince’s Trust team offers help to the homeless

Students and staff offered a helping hand to Huntingdon and Peterborough’s homeless people by handing out blankets to vulnerable people in need. The team from the Prince’s Trust at Cambridge Regional College’s Huntingdon campus took to the streets to give practical help after collecting warm clothing and blankets to hand out as the temperature plummeted....


New managing director takes up role as head of £10.5million iMET skills centre
18/12/2017

Leading construction industry professional Joanne Sainsbury today takes up her new role as head of iMET, a key new £10.5 million manufacturing and engineering skills centre designed to support the region’s economic growth. Joanne, who has extensive experience of the engineering industry and a passion for emerging technologies, is a former Associate Director at global...


Fitness fans celebrate Christmas at CRC
15/12/2017

Fitness fans celebrated the end of the year with an energetic free Christmas fun session at Cambridge Regional College’s sports centre. More than 30 regulars who attend classes at the centre joined together for a two-hour fitness session, starting off with Zumba and moving through circuits, weights, bar bells and fitness – before finishing off...


Polar scientist delivers masterclass in climate modelling

Science students at Cambridge Regional College were given a practical session in climate modelling when polar scientist Dr James Pope visited the college. The students, all on Access to Higher Education and National Diploma in Applied Science courses, received an insight into polar research at the British Antarctic Survey, where Dr Pope is looking at...


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