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Reaseheath College students first to visit African wildlife reserve

Reaseheath College students first to visit African wildlife reserve

Reaseheath College  students were the first group to venture into unchartered territory at a developing wildlife reserve in South Africa. The animal management students, studying wildlife conservation, zoo management or animal behaviour and welfare at the Nantwich college, visited Limpopo.

March 21, 2012
Reaseheath College worker’s fashion night in granddad’s memory

Reaseheath College worker’s fashion night in granddad’s memory

A Reaseheath College worker is organising a fashion extravaganza to raise awareness of the disease which killed her granddad. Hayley Shatliff-Smith wanted to support the Motor Neurone Disease Association after Terry Shatliff was diagnosed just three days before he died.

March 19, 2012
Reaseheath College and local schools team up for rabbit project

Reaseheath College and local schools team up for rabbit project

Reaseheath College’s rabbits and guinea pigs should be jumping with joy after students made special toys to keep them entertained. Animal management students at the Nantwich college have created enrichment boxes for the bunnies from cereal packaging and kitchen roll tubes with hay, shredded paper and healthy treats.

March 13, 2012
Reaseheath College joins Amphibian Ark to help endangered animals

Reaseheath College joins Amphibian Ark to help endangered animals

Reaseheath College’s amphibian specialists jumped to help frogs, toads and newts in a Leap Day campaign. Talks by keepers and tours of the amphibian collection and new teaching rooms were on offer when the Nantwich college opened its zoo to the public.

March 9, 2012
Reaseheath College lambing and zoo events prove big hit

Reaseheath College lambing and zoo events prove big hit

Visitors flocked to Reaseheath College in Nantwich over the weekend to enjoy a fun-filled family event. The college opened its doors to both the popular live lambing weekend and the campus zoo to the public.

February 28, 2012
Reaseheath College student stars in bridal photoshoot

Reaseheath College student stars in bridal photoshoot

Reaseheath College floristry student Rowena Burns became a model for the day in a fairytale fashion shoot. Rowena, 17, was doing her work placement at Ian Lloyd’s The Flower Shop in Wilmslow when she was asked to model the latest floral bridal designs for an advertising campaign.

February 15, 2012
Reaseheath College students help save native bluebell plant

Reaseheath College students help save native bluebell plant

Nantwich students took time off from studies to help save the threatened native bluebell flower. More than 20 Reaseheath College animal management students teamed up with the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV) to plant 1,000 bulbs near Helsby.

February 11, 2012
Reaseheath College to stage live lambing and zoo events

Reaseheath College to stage live lambing and zoo events

Families have two attractions to look forward to at Reaseheath College in Nantwich in the next few weeks. The college is staging live lambing events over two weekends, and is also opening its campus zoo to the public.

February 9, 2012
Young Nantwich woman to compete in female cage fighting bout

Young Nantwich woman to compete in female cage fighting bout

A young Nantwich woman will be taking part in Combat Challenge’s first ever female cage fighting bout. Anya Lynette Hynes, of Wrenbury, will compete in the event at the four-star Cedar Court Hotel in Bradford on February 24.

February 7, 2012
British explorer Colin Mortlake visits Reaseheath College students

British explorer Colin Mortlake visits Reaseheath College students

Top British explorer Colin Mortlake visited Reaseheath College in Nantwich to give adventure sports students a walk on the wild side. Colin, an author renowned for his respect for the natural environment, spoke to 80 students who study conservation and sustainability.

February 6, 2012
Reaseheath College and Rotary plant trees to mark Queen’s Jubilee

Reaseheath College and Rotary plant trees to mark Queen’s Jubilee

Hundreds of young trees were planted on a new rural corridor linking Crewe and Nantwich to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The trees, donated by The Rotary Club of Crewe and Nantwich Weaver, were planted by Reaseheath College students on the Crewe-Nantwich Greenway near the A530 Middlewich Road.

January 31, 2012
Reaseheath College student wins national essay competition

Reaseheath College student wins national essay competition

A Reaseheath College student has won a national competition for an essay suggesting how to breed beef cattle for a sustainable future. Emily Morris, 16, took first prize in the beef category of the British Cattle Breeders’ Club’s (BCBC) Student Essay Competition.

January 28, 2012
Guinea pig ‘Ice’ star of Reaseheath College’s new veterinary room

Guinea pig ‘Ice’ star of Reaseheath College’s new veterinary room

Ice the guinea pig was a model patient when Reaseheath College in Nantwich opened a new veterinary nursing room. Ice, who has age-related problems, has been nursed back to health by students on a diploma for Veterinary Care Assistants.

January 27, 2012