Reaseheath College recalls land girl training in VE Day celebration

Reaseheath College revisits its links with World War II to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday May 8. Photos from Reaseheath’s archives recall the outbreak of war in 1939 when the college, then named the Cheshire School of Agriculture, closed its doors to students and became a training centre for the Women’s Land Army and the base for the War Agricultural Committee.

Staff’s efforts make a difference to frontline NHS

Reaseheath lecturers have been thanked for making a difference to the working lives of frontline NHS staff.

Applications encouraged for exciting travel scholarships

Applications are being encouraged for this year’s John Platt Travel Scholarship, run by Reaseheath College in partnership with Cheshire Agricultural Society.

Reaseheath College keeps horse riders happy

Reaseheath College’s Equestrian Centre has come up with a novel way to keep horse riders happy during coronavirus restrictions.

Alumnus launches appeal for zoo hit by coronavirus crisis

An animal science alumnus has launched a dramatic appeal for cash donations to help feed the animals at the Lake District zoo where he works.

Farm Forum encourages timely discussion

The future of the food and farming industries post Brexit, whether a degree or a job leads to better career prospects and the growth of veganism and its impact on agriculture were just three topics covered in an insightful Farm Forum held at Reaseheath College in Cheshire.

Reaseheath College moves to online learning in bid to combat corona virus

Students, undergraduates and apprentices at Reaseheath College and its University Centre will move to distance and online learning from next Monday (March 23) in a move to combat the corona virus.

Reaseheath College’s long serving Vice Principal retires

One of Reaseheath College’s longest serving staff members, Vice Principal Dave Kynaston, has retired after 36 years of unbroken service with the Nantwich college.

Parlour Safe professionals graduate

The fourth cohort of specialist engineers and allied professionals from the milking parlour industry has graduated from Parlour Safe, the Milking Equipment Association’s (MEA) training scheme.

Disease threat is current topic for arboriculture students

The global spread of plant disease and the devastating impact this could have on the tree care industry was the very current topic of an interactive presentation delivered to Forestry and Arboriculture students by members of Forestry Commission’s Plant Health Forestry Team.