A team from Coleg Cambria’s Bersham Road site are aiming to raise more than ￡1,000 for the Menstrual Health Project (MHP) by taking on the Cairngorm 4000s later this month.
They will journey and camp in the wild over three days across the 4,000ft+ mountains of the region, in Scotland’s eastern highlands.
Assistant Principal for the Institute of Technology and site lead at the college’s Bersham Road site in Wrexham Karl Jackson hopes the public will back the challenge and help the campaign founded by friends Anna Cooper and Gabz Pearson.
“This is an incredible independent charity that is already having a major impact in supporting women nationwide, so we want to raise as much as we can to help them continue that amazing work.”
MHP’s mission is to provide practical support for those suffering from menstrual health concerns, also providing educational tools and resources.
Welsh Learners Choir
Welsh language learners representing Coleg Cambria emerged victorious in the Welsh Learners Choir Competition at the recent National Eisteddfod, held in Boduan, Gwynedd.
The college’s Music lecturer, Tim Heeley, congratulated the group on their achievement. “Having learnt Welsh as an adult myself, competing at the Eisteddfod was fundamental to me developing an understanding of the culture of Wales, as well as an opportunity to use the language,” said Tim.