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Two talented art students at Cambridge Regional College have reached the final of a competition to find two signature tea caddy designs for High Street company Whittard.
Employees from businesses around Cambridge have been learning life-saving skills on a series of Emergency First Aid at Work courses run by Cambridge Regional College.
Talented photography and graphics students from Cambridge Regional College are using their creative skills to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust – turning their collection of photographs into Christmas cards, calendars and gift tags.
Students clocked up an amazing 260,000 steps in just four hours for a novel charity fundraiser in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.
Students had a taste of life on the streets when they braved a night in the cold to raise awareness of homeless charity Emmaus.
Richard Branson surprises school kids by popping up on Microsoft Teams to join an Enterprise lesson at Broadclyst School, Devon. He tells budding...
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