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Essex Emu joins Shuttleworth

Shuttleworth College has added a new member to its animal kingdom - a female emu.

Zulu - the bull that Jamie Oliver bought

On the last days of the summer term, Shuttleworth College was buzzing with arrival of Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty who were filming at Kingshill Farm.

Bedford College links with region's BEST employers

Bedford College was delighted to see that four companies which it supports with staff training or apprentices were featured in the EEF Awards at Mercedes Brooklands.

Technology? Ask a teenager

Sorry Mum and Dad - I’m a teenager and I know more about technology than you.

Parents – do YOU know enough about advancing technology to decide if a Technical Academy is the best route to a good future career for your child? The answer is probably: No.

Success of the lifetime for all

Bedford College and CEO Ian Pryce CBE were applauded at the Bedfordshire Business Excellence Awards.

Thousands helped in Luton

Luton Learning Centre has welcomed more than 8,500 people gain basic IT skills, and many move on to employment, since opening in 2001.

BROOKS at Mercedes Benz

Trainees from Bedford College’s BROOKS salon joined a fantastic fun night in the top quality surroundings of Mercedes-Benz in Bedford.

WOW at World Skills thanks to Bedford College team

A ‘working with animals’ stand run by Shuttleworth College added an “I’m a Celebrity get me out of here” type guessing game to the World Skills Show at the NEC.

Making movies

Wayland’s Song which goes on national release nationally and will be shown at the Bedford Film Festival this month (Sept 2013) was filmed in Bedford with the help of Bedford College staff and students.

College Loves Bedford and points Portas in right direction

Bedford College is key to the vitality of the High Street, the town centre and economy of the borough, heard a Government Minister and Mary Portas on Monday

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