From helping dogs to find a home to keeping rhinos fit, Hartpury students got the chance to present their groundbreaking research at a conference recently.
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Hartpury College and Gloucester Rugby are delighted to announce that Jersey RFC lock James Voss will be the first recipient of the Gloucester-Hartpury scholarship.
Experts from the equestrian world joined students from the UK and beyond to share groundbreaking scientific research at the fourth Alltech-Hartpury Student Conference.
Hartpury students are appealing for dog models to help them develop their grooming skills.
Hartpury College RFC concluded their season with a 31-21 loss at Bishop’s Stortford, who leapfrogged Canterbury into third place in their maiden campaign in the fourth tier.
Hartpury College student Will Allan claimed first place at the recent University Clay Pigeon Shooting Championships, hosted by the Schools Challenge. L to R: Liam Ambrose, Will Allan, Rupert Clark, Matthew Davies.
Hartpury graduate Eloise Caisley is one step closer to her dream career after being awarded a prestigious scholarship to help fund her new business.
Hartpury’s footballers are preparing for two massive games in quick succession which could define their season, starting today.