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Sky’s The Limit for Sports Journalism Student Harry

In News, on the 10th, February 2015

The 20-year-old who is currently study for a BA Journalism and News Practice degree will undergo a rigorous interview process this week (Thursday, February 12) with the chance to win a place on the prestigious Sky Sports News graduate scheme This offers a 11-month...

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Ultra-runner Sharon hoping for another world record

In News, on the 9th, February 2015

A North-East based ultra-runner and Darlington College sports tutor could be heading for her eighth world record, 20 years after running her first mile. Sharon Gayter, 51, who lives in Guisborough and splits her time between running and lecturing in Sports Science has represented...

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Outstanding Sporting Talent is Rewarded at the Darlington Sports Winners Scheme Grand Final

In Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 4th, February 2015

Ten-year old Oliver Millichap became the first ever recipient of the Ron Lewis Award for sporting excellence at the annual Darlington Sports Winners Scheme awards. Rising star Oliver, of Darlington, who is ranked in the top 20 junior golfers in the UK and Northern...

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Get Fit in Half Term with Primal Academy

In News, on the 3rd, February 2015

Primal Academy are coming to Darlington College to deliver a series of fitness and wellbeing courses during February Half Term (16th-20th) The courses on offer range from single day classroom based learning to dual outdoor training days which include Outdoor Fitness and Bootcamp Instructor and...

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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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