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College volunteers help light up Christmas for the National Trust

Student volunteers from Huntingdon have helped light up Christmas for thousands of people visiting a winter wonderland at the National Trust’s Anglesey Abbey.

Students' shortlisted cycle project logos go to public vote

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.

Bumper Christmas present collection for children in need

Staff and students at Cambridge Regional College have donated more than 400 Christmas presents to children in need across the county.

Kier staff swap the office for hands-on construction at Cambridge Regional College

Office staff at construction giant Kier swapped their desks for a hands-on bricklaying session when they visited Cambridge Regional College for a novel team-building exercise.

Cambridge Regional College celebrates key milestone for £10.5 million skills centre

A new £10.5 million skills centre at Alconbury Weald marked a key milestone when it was officially topped out by Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly.

Cambridge Regional College shows racism the red card

Cambridge Regional College students and staff turned the college red in support of Wear Red Day in the campaign to show racism the red card.

Top education award for inspirational lecturer

A Cambridge Regional College lecturer has won a national education award for his inspirational work promoting student entrepreneurship.

Inspirational lecturer shortlisted for top award

Cambridge Regional College lecturer Michael Warburton is in the running for a national education award for his inspirational work promoting student entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurial business students quizzed by the experts at Metro

Business experts from Metro Bank put student entrepreneurs’ ideas to the test in a Dragons’ Den-style panel at Cambridge Regional College.

College partnership could boost skills training in China

Cambridge Regional College’s specialist lecturers could be helping train the trainers in one of China’s fastest-growing regions.