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    College offers `try before you apply` tasters

    TEENAGERS interested in furthering their education at college have an unmissable offer to try before they apply at Buxton & Leek College this month. Campuses in both towns are offering free taster sessions for students in Years 10 and 11 over half term week from October 24 to 28. Whether you want to do performing…


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    Massages and manicures aid Macmillan

    HAIR and Beauty students at Buxton & Leek College raised over £340 for Macmillan Cancer Support by taking part in this September’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. Inspired by Salon Operations Manager Amanda Garrington, whose own husband, Joe has experienced the charity’s support after being diagnosed with prostate cancer, students at both campuses baked and provided…


  • Activities confirmed for College’s Open Day 2017!

    PROSPECTIVE students of all ages, their friends and families and the local community are being offered the opportunity to join Buxton & Leek College on Saturday October 15 when all three campuses throw open their doors from 10am until 2pm. Suzi Cordon, the College’s Head of Recruitment and Marketing, said: “Staff and students will be…


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    Put your leisure to good use at Buxton & Leek College

    WITH children back at school and nights drawing in, a host of new learning opportunities on offer at Buxton & Leek College invites adults of all ages to put their leisure time to good use this autumn. A whole programme of evening classes is on offer at the College’s Devonshire Dome Buxton Campus and you…


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    Students advised it’s not too late to make the right choice

    STUDENTS who fear they’ve made a wrong choice as September draws to a close are reminded that it’s not too late to make a change – Buxton & Leek College is still enrolling. College advisers are on hand Monday to Friday each week to help teenagers to find the right course – whether it’s A…


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    New year of opportunities for motor mechanics

      TEENAGERS interested in learning how motor vehicles work are being offered some real hands-on experience at Buxton & Leek College’s £1 million specialist training centre at Harpur Hill, Buxton. After building their own kit car from scratch last year, this year’s students will be taking apart and rebuilding a Land Rover as well as…