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Students stand up to vote

Students stand up to vote
13/02/2019

Students from Cambridge Regional College (CRC) have voted overwhelmingly to have the vote at an earlier age, if it were possible. The college worked with Cambridge City Council, South Cambridgeshire District Council and Huntingdonshire District Council earlier this year to encourage students to register to vote and raise awareness of the process. They held a...


University Catering Competition showcases culinary excellence at Cambridge Regional College

The Cambridge University Colleges’ Competition is a biennial event that was first held in 1961. This year’s competition recently took place at Cambridge Regional College’s (CRC) Park restaurant and comprised of 16 classes with 86 competitors from across the Cambridge University Colleges and also featured apprentices from CRC. The classes included an International Street Food...


Cambridge Regional College achieves AoC Beacon Standard
24/01/2019

Cambridge Regional College (CRC) has received high recognition for its work with Looked After Children, Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children and Care Leavers; having been acknowledged as a Beacon Commended College for its innovative and appropriate wraparound support programme. The AoC Beacon Awards celebrate the best and most innovative practice among UK FE colleges. It is...


Our students design, pitch and run new health awareness event
14/01/2019

We have partnered with a local community café to host a unique event organised by students for the benefit of the local community. Students studying Level 3 BTEC Travel and Tourism at CRC are tasked with planning and promoting events as part of the curriculum. A group of 15 students were recently split into four...


College Volunteer Day sees staff and students volunteer across the county
20/12/2018

Students and staff from Cambridge Regional College’s (CRC) Cambridge and Huntingdon campuses joined forces last week to support a variety of charities and causes, both nationally and locally in Cambridgeshire, in a college-wide volunteering day. Volunteering and charity projects are a regular feature of the college calendar and the dedicated CRC Volunteering Day was announced...


Cambridge Regional College teams up with local businesses to donate 400 Christmas presents for children in care

The College has donated children’s presents to Children’s Social Care for 5 years and this year has joined forces with Anglia Revenues Partnership, Plowright Medical Centre, Taylor Vintners and Tesco’s store in Milton to reach the 400 mark. All the presents received are given to children who receive Children’s Social Care across Cambridgeshire, including Yaxley,...


Music students hold fundraising concert to support local homeless charity
17/12/2018

Students from Cambridge Regional College (CRC) have taken part in a gig at a local pub to raise money for a charity supporting homeless people in Cambridge. The Music Performance students were given a choice of which charity to work with and chose Wintercomfort as they recognised the need to provide people living on the...


Apprentice confirmed as technology industry role model at DevelopHER awards

Eva Westley, an apprentice at Cambridge Regional College, has won a prestigious award that recognises leading women working in the tech industry. Eva, from Fordham, is currently undertaking a Level 3 Diploma in Digital Marketing at the College’s Cambridge Campus and was nominated for the Apprentice DevelopHER award by her employer, Studio 24. The DevelopHER...


Tutor raises money for Huntingdon Charity
04/12/2018

A tutor from Cambridge Regional College has had her hair shaved to raise funds for a local cancer charity. Avril Watts, a Learning Support Mentor at the College’s Huntingdon Campus, is raising money for the Hunts Community Cancer Network Charity (HCCN) which works in conjunction with Hinchingbrooke Hospital to provide before and after care for...


A visit to the Air Ambulance team

Students from our  Huntingdon Campus have spent time at a local charity dedicated to saving lives. The Level 3 Health & Social Care students were invited to visit MAGPAS in Huntingdon to see for themselves the dedication and skills required by the charity’s Air Ambulance operation, which brings essential lifesaving care by land and air to...


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