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06 Nov 2017
Students and staff from Shrewsbury Colleges Group will be concurrently performing Remembrance services at their three campuses on Friday. The poppy nets are already proudly cascading from each building and are visible to passers-by at the London Road, English Bridge and Welsh Bridge Campuses. The poignant services, which will involve staff and students across the whole group, will pay tribute to...
04 Aug 2017
A Shropshire woman battling Multiple sclerosis (MS) has thanked Shrewsbury College for being the ‘turning point’ in her life. Caroline Gudgion, aged 50, from Whitchurch, was first diagnosed with the disease in November 2013 and as a result of her diagnosis, her ability to work and socialise was drastically changed. The mother of two, originally from Bedfordshire, left school and trained as a...
04 Aug 2017
A student from Shrewsbury Sixth Form College has been awarded first place in a regional competition held by the Rotary Club for design and innovation. Connor Phillips, aged 18, from Llanfyllin in Powys, entered the Rotary Club Young Innovator competition earlier this month and walked away from the competition, bagging himself first place in the West Midland Regional final Connor studied A Levels...
18 Jul 2017
A Shropshire college computer student volunteered his time to help a local church by building it a website and helping with their social media presence. St Chad’s Church in Shrewsbury is an iconic Grade I Listed Building – the only circular Georgian church in the country which retains its original interior.  The Friends of St Chad’s, who contribute to the maintenance of the fabric of St Chad’s,...
12 Apr 2017
Local business Morris Joinery, has been inspired to offer work experience to five prospective bench joiners who will have the opportunity to gain a full time traineeship or apprenticeship in September. The team from Morris Joinery attended Careers Week at Shrewsbury College to meet joinery and carpentry students from all levels. The event ignited the idea to invite interested students to spend...
15 Mar 2017
A former student from Shrewsbury is wowing film audiences and critics across the globe with a film he wrote and directed. Rob Savage, who left Shrewsbury Sixth Form College now part of the Shrewsbury Colleges Group, in 2010 and is already forging a successful career in film and TV. He spent 6 months creating ‘Dawn of the Deaf’ an apocalyptic horror short, which was made with the help of some of...
Shrewsbury College student, Lydia Evans, selected to dance in David Williams' Gangster Granny at Theatre Severn
13 Oct 2016
  Now there’s work experience and there’s work experience… and Shrewsbury College Performing Arts student, Lydia Evans, has probably landed the type of opportunity many teenagers would dream of. David Walliams’ Gangster Granny comes to Theatre Severn this week and when a phone call came to Shrewsbury College for a top quality dancer to play a twelve year old girl, 17 year old Lydia was selected...
14 Aug 2015
A Shropshire design student is flying high after being chosen to create a brand new mascot for the UK’s biggest hot air balloon rides company. Joey McAleese, 18, from Shawbury was approached by Virgin Balloon Flights to design a brand new pilot character to mark the company’s 21st birthday. The as-yet unnamed figure – a 21-year-old pilot with a cool retro look - will be at the centre of all the...
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