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Darlington Mayor takes on Youth MP in Omelette Challenge

In News, on the 2nd, February 2015

Darlington College hosted the three egg Omelette Challenge in the first in a series of battles between students, staff and special guests ahead of a special Hell’s Kitchen event this month. Following a masterclass from Lee Couttes, catering programme leader, Councillor Lee, 68, who represents...

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Staff at Darlington College have been warned the college faces significant cuts to its budget because of a funding shortfall.

In Adults, Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, University Level, on the 30th, January 2015

She said the college’s finances were squeezed because of deep cuts to public spending, particularly in the further education sector, with fewer 16-year olds leaving school and changes to the teaching of English and Maths. Over the past few years the college has relied...

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Darlington College Hosted a Dry Hatter’s Tea Party to Mark The End of a Month-Long Campaign to Abstain From Drink.

In News, on the 26th, January 2015

A town celebrated with tea and cake the success of an initiative designed to combat some of the devastating effects of alcohol. Darlington College hosted a Dry Hatter’s tea party to mark the end of a month-long campaign to abstain from drink. Darlington is...

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Woman in Black, Darlington Civic Theatre – Review by NCTJ Journalism student Amy Holmes.

In News, on the 20th, January 2015

It’s 1950. Arthur Kipps (Malcolm James), a weathered and worn-out ex-solicitor, is set to perform a self-written ghost story – the truth about what happened at Eel Marsh House all those years ago. Together with an actor (Matt Connor) he shares his terrifying story....

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College Achieves ‘Centre of Merit’ Recognition by Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS)

In Adults, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 7th, January 2015

Darlington College has become a Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) ‘Centre of Merit’ in recognition of its exceptional quality of provision of training and support to its students. Alongside outstanding education delivery the award also recognises individual provider’s retention rates and the...

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Student’s winning design to help fight bullying

In In the Press, News, on the 5th, January 2015

Student Jack Peach, 17, of Catterick Garrison, has helped turn the battle against the bullies into an art form after designing a poster to raise awareness about the issue. College equalities co-ordinator Alison Bell launched a college-wide competition to design some artwork on the...

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