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Published: 23/10/2014

The Hindu festival of Diwali is an ancient tradition celebrated by millions of people across the world each year. This week, Wiltshire College students have been involved in the annual celebrations, taking part in a series of activities to celebrate the occasion and learn more not only about the festival but also about its significance and meaning.

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Published: 22/10/2014

20 year old William Hinton has turned his hobby into not only a qualification, but a lifestyle, and is setting his sights even further to become the Farmers Weekly ‘Farmers Apprentice’ of 2014, with a cash prize of £10,000!

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Published: 22/10/2014

With the decline in popularity of apprenticeships in the 80s and 90s, UK based companies such as Colston Engineering Services are now finding their skilled, ageing workforce difficult to replace.

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Published: 20/10/2014

Aspire Salon Salisbury students will be showcasing their skills at The Teenage Market event in Salisbury on Sunday 26th October.

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Published: 20/10/2014

Art and Design students in Trowbridge are working on a new live project this term with the team from Dorothy House, as part of a national initiative by Dying Matters.

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Published: 15/10/2014

Wiltshire College has revealed plans to transform both its Lackham and Salisbury campuses and is seeking support for the projects which will total £20m.

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Published: 26/09/2014

The Arc Theatre in Trowbridge came alive on Wednesday night at the annual 2014 Wiltshire College Apprenticeship Awards.

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Published: 18/09/2014

Apprentices and employers from across Wiltshire are busy preparing themselves for a celebration of their success ready for the Wiltshire College Apprenticeship Awards which are less than a week away.

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Published: 18/09/2014

Horticulture student Andrew Sharp from Devizes has been recognised by the town council with a Local Gardening Hero special award.

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Published: 16/09/2014

Three time Grammy award winning producer Mark “Spike” Stent, who has worked with artists like Madonna, U2, Muse and Oasis, today opened the new music recording studio at Wiltshire College Salisbury.

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