Hartpury College

The latest news and views from Hartpury

01 Feb 2016

Hartpury ready for England training repeat

Hartpury’s brightest young rugby talent will pitch up against their toughest opposition to date when they train with England at Pennyhill Park this week.

01 Feb 2016
Animal and Land

The future of farming comes under the spotlight as Hartpury unveils new centre to local agricultural industry leaders

The farming business community had the chance to hear from leading agricultural innovators in Gloucestershire at an event at Hartpury this week.

29 Jan 2016
Women's Rugby

Hartpury’s Ellena next in line to follow path to international stardom after England call-up

Rugby starlet Ellena Perry is ready to follow the well-trodden path from Hartpury College to international recognition after being called up to the England Women’s Under-20s squad for the first time and starring for Saracens.

28 Jan 2016

Hartpury produce professional performance in win over Exeter City

Hartpury’s footballers were able to do what Liverpool couldn’t as they saw off League Two side Exeter City at the first attempt in a 3-1 friendly win.

27 Jan 2016

Student sport round up 27.01.16

Hartpury’s women’s BUCS 1st XV were the standout performers this week as they rolled over visitors Aberystwyth 1st team 126-0.

27 Jan 2016 Women's Rugby

Hartpury show off sevens skills ahead of Worcester clash

Hartpury’s Under-18s women’s rugby team put their speed and handling to the test as they showcased their sevens skills looking ahead to an away fixture with Worcester Under-18s early next month.

26 Jan 2016 College News

Making the mulch of our mowing! New bio-composter helps Hartpury grow green

While Hartpury is well known for nurturing the potential of its students, the college is now producing its own raw materials to give the flower beds a boost!

25 Jan 2016 College News

Hartpury helping students stay at the summit with table-topping performance

Hartpury’s BTEC students are celebrating again after another table-topping year which saw students’ grades remain at a consistently high level – results from the Department of Education revealed yesterday.