Twenty eight students braved a drizzly day to team up with the New Brightoners volunteer group to clear rubbish from the beach, which is adjacent to the town’s promenade and Floral Pavilion Theatre and extremely popular with families, sailors, jet skiers and dog walkers.
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On Wednesday the 15th of March, Canine course manager Rachel Rodgers ran a Pets as Therapy (PAT) session as part of the Student Associations ‘Extra Time’. Students from all levels and across the curriculum areas had the chance to meet and work with our trained PAT dog Maisy, experiencing some of the techniques involved in […]
Reaseheath’s newly formed Canine Student Society held their first very successful public event ‘Wags and Walks’ last weekend. The sponsored dog walk saw dogs and their owners from Nantwich and the surrounding local area follow a trail across campus all carefully planned by the Canine society.
We recently hosted a wildlife workshop “Casualties to Cadavers” in association with the British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council. It was a great day which involved students meeting with industry professionals and learning new skills revolving around animal autopsy. We hope to extend this link in future with similar events being held at the college. If anyone […]
Crewe and Nantwich Stroke Association hosted a Step out for Stroke walk at Reaseheath College, Nantwich, on Saturday 4th June. This family fundraising event is saw 56 participants, take part in the event. Participants, who included stroke survivors and their families, walked or ran across the campus and covered distances that ranged from 0.5miles […]
On Tuesday the 10th May the animal management department held a a series of career talks as part of their Welfare Conference Day for Level 3 Animal Management students and Animal Behaviour and Welfare undergraduates. Students had the chance to gain an insight into potential career options from a range of guest speakers and had […]
Members of Reaseheath’s Hoofstock Society spread Christmas spirit by making festive outfits for some of the college’s paddock animals, then taking them for a charity walk round campus. The students, three ponies and two donkeys visited departments across the college to collect donations for two favourite charities, The Donkey Sanctuary and the Horse and Pony […]
Reaseheath Herpetological and Entomological Society shared their knowledge invertebrates at a recent BIAZA (British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums) Terrestrial Invertebrate Working Group (TIWG) conference. The conference, held at Twycross Zoo over two days (7th-8th December), took place in conjunction with the Veterinary Invertebrate Society (VIS). The two day event focused on invertebrate […]
Caring students from across the college joined together to mark World Aids Day by forming a giant ribbon on the front lawn. World Aids Day is a worldwide initiative held annually on the 1st December powered by the National AIDS Trust, established to give people the opportunity to unite together to show their support for […]
On the 10th – 13th of November 2015, four animal management students attended the joint International Marine Animal Training Association and European Association of Aquatic Mammals workshop, held at Zoomarine, Italy. Beth Goddard and Amy Clyne, both studying Level 3 Extended Diploma in Animal Management were joined by degree students James Doodson and Matt Brown […]