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 on or 01270 613219.

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…

Graduate profile – Laura Friend

In 2010, Laura Friend made the life-changing decision to resign from her career of 10 years and to enrol as a mature entry student on our BSc (Hons) in Equine Science.

Dairy technologists reach career milestone at Reaseheath College

Twenty-one trainee dairy technologists reached a significant career milestone last week when they graduated from their unique Eden training programme, delivered by Reaseheath College in Cheshire.

Reaseheath College degrees open doors to careers, graduates told

Although studying for a degree could be costly, it would prove to be a phenomenal investment in later life, new graduates from Reaseheath College heard.

Speaking at the Nantwich, Cheshire, college’s Faculty of Higher Education (HE) graduation ceremony, Principal Meredydd David said that an independent analysis had shown that spending £40,000 on course fees and living expenses would bring in nearly a third of a million pounds during a career.

New lizard species identified by Reaseheath lecturer

Research by Reaseheath herpetologist Dr Simon Maddock has helped to formally identify a new species of Indian lizard, the Giri’s geckoella Cyrtodactylus (Geckoella) varadgiri. A scientific paper containing a species […]

Spotlight on equine science graduate Natalie Harrison

Before enrolling at Reaseheath, Natalie Harrison ran her own business as a freelance groom but after working at a racehorse rehabilitation yard, her interest in equine rehabilitation and therapy blossomed.

Spolight on equine science graduate Charlotte Woolley

In 2014, Charlotte Woolley graduated with a First Class BSc (Hons) Equine Science degree and was awarded a prestigious internship to visit the Middleburg Agricultural Research and Extension (MARE) Center, part of the Virginia Tech State University, USA.

Spotlight on dairy technologist Melanie Leloup

A Quality Support Manager with Muller in Bridgwater, Somerset, Melanie was awarded the ‘best student’ accolade from National Skills Academy for Food and Drink when she graduated from our EDEN programme last year.