Latest news from our alumni network

We’re very proud of our alumni here at Reaseheath and love to hear about the many great things former students and staff go on to do after leaving the College.

Please see below for the latest updates from our alumni community and the College.

If you have news or stories you would like to share, please contact our alumni officer Katie Burt on or +44 (0) 1270 613219.

Reaseheath graduate to feature on new channel 5 reality TV show

It’s always exciting to see where life takes our former students, so we caught up with adventure sports grad Tom Robinson to find out how his outdoor adventure pursuits has taken him to TV!

Plough Sunday raises awareness of farming charity

Local parishioners and members of the agricultural community came together to celebrate the new farming year at a Plough Sunday service held at Reaseheath College, Nantwich.

Reaseheath graduate Rick grows his career as Chartered Landscape Architect

Previously a self-employed gardener Rick joined Reaseheath to develop his business and future prospects. Since graduating Rick’s completed a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture from the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) and is currently working as a Landscape Manager for The Environment Partnership (TEP)

WorldSkills journey continues for Reaseheath landscaper

Future garden landscaper Aaron Byrne has proved his talent by taking a bronze medal in the WorldSkills UK finals.

Career profile – Emma Hazel

Conservationist Katie bags her dream job

Graduate profile – Amelia Kenyon

Amelia Kenyon graduated from Reaseheath in 2014 with a First Class Honours degree in Equine Science.

Graduate profile – Lucy Atkins

Reaseheath opened doors to a new career for Lucy when in 2007 she enrolled as a mature entry student on our BSc (Hons) Equine Science degree.

Reaseheath’s festival gets to the core of fruit growing

Hundreds of local families got to the core of fruit growing at Reaseheath College’s popular apple festival over the weekend.

The fruity festival, being held at the Nantwich college for the 25th consecutive year, featured 110 rare varieties of apples and pears…