Families expected to flock to Reaseheath lambing

Hundreds of local families are expected to flock to Reaseheath College, Nantwich, during the first two weekends of March to welcome the first lambs of the season.

Reaseheath’s Food Centre launches new dairy course in Wales

Reaseheath College’s Food Centre in Cheshire has started to deliver a new industry led training course to help Welsh dairies upskill their staff.

Reaseheath student events attract high profile coaches

Reaseheath College students have been getting hands-on experience of running high profile equine events as part of their course at the college’s Equestrian Centre in Cheshire.

River health lecture launches series at Reaseheath

Plans to involve the local community in caring for Nantwich’s watercourses were described at a public lecture at Reaseheath College on Thursday 15th February.

Valentine’s Day project really delivers

Love was definitely in the air at Reaseheath on Valentine’s Day thanks to Entry and Foundation students on our Career Development Pathway and Bespoke Programme.

Students knit jumpers for rescued hens

Rescued hens are staying snug this winter thanks to woolly jumpers knitted for them by warm hearted Reaseheath students.

Food Centre receives BRC Grade A

Reaseheath College’s Food Centre in Cheshire has proved it continues to operate at the highest industry standards by achieving a globally recognised Grade A (Issue 7) certification for food safety from the British Retail Consortium.

Reaseheath’s Zoo helps to conserve rare spider

Reaseheath’s Zoo is helping to conserve one of the world’s rarest spiders.

Prepare for the competition season with International rider and trainer David Gatherer

Reaseheath Equestrian Centre is delighted to offer riders the chance to train with International event rider David Gatherer later this month (February).

Public Services students achieve citizenship awards

Forty of our public services students have achieved National Citizen Service (NCS) awards after running community projects which raised over £700.