Six Coleg Llandrillo Art students are currently exhibiting their work at Oriel Colwyn, in Colwyn Bay.
Coleg Menai’s Level 3 Creative Media students will soon showcase their film-making skills at the college’s first ever Movie Premiere evening.
Level 3 Performing Arts students performed ‘Grease’ the musical over the weekend, at Little Theatre in Rhyl.
Three former A level students from Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor, Pwllheli, have been shortlisted for The Wales Book of the Year Award.
This Mental Health Awareness Week, Grŵp Llandrillo Menai hosted a variety of activities and workshops for its students in a bid to promote wellbeing amongst its students.
The Caernarfon Food Festival has grown to be one of the most popular events in North Wales in recent years, with Coleg Glynllifon playing a central role in the festival's success.
A pair of budding chefs from Coleg Llandrillo have qualified for the grand final of one of the UK’s most prestigious cooking competitions.
Marine Engineering students based at Coleg Llandrillo recently sailed around the breath-taking coast of Scotland, as part of a trip in partnership with ‘Ocean Youth Trust Scotland’.
Four students from the college group are part of the Welsh Schools FA u18 squad, which retained the prestigious ‘Centenary Shield’ recently following a 1-1 draw against England.
Degree Apprenticeships provide an alternative route to traditional higher education. Combining full-time work with part-time university study. So, employees can gain a degree whilst remaining in the workplace and upskilling.
Coleg Menai will soon be hosting a Volunteering Fair at its campus in Bangor, in a bid to inspire staff, students and members of the public to consider giving up some of their free time to help others.
Grŵp Llandrillo Menai has raised an impressive £273 over the past week for its partner charity of the year, Shelter Cymru.