Having only started rowing 11 months ago, 17-year-old Paralympic hopeful Scott Jones is already dreaming big as he chases down World Championship and Paralympic selection while powering his way towards national and world records.
The latest news and views from Hartpury
From ball pools to multi-coloured tubes on a ‘climbing’ wall, Hartpury’s ferrets have a new house of fun for Christmas after students gave their home a funky makeover.
In our last game of 2015, we welcome Plymouth Albion for the their first visit to the College.
In the final week of sport before the Christmas break, our Hartpury teams provided some festive cheer with the Girls AASE Rugby team’s win over Filton College the highlight.
Hartpury’s outdoor adventure students were given the lowdown on the thrills and spills of being an international white water kayaker as former student Eddy Mead returned to the college.
Hartpury students have teamed up with neighbours Gloucester Rugby to help rugby charity Wooden Spoon continue to improve the lives of disabled and underprivileged children in the Gloucestershire area.
From balls to bulls! Hartpury rugby talent Molly on conservation quest after packing her 'trunk' for Asian adventure
A former Hartpury student who weaved her magic on the rugby pitch at the college has put her sporting and university dreams on hold to embrace an elephant education mission on the other side of the world.