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College News 12Nov 2014

Hartpury College Remembrance Day Service 2014

Hartpury College Remembrance Day Service 2014

 There was a fantastic turnout at the annual College Remembrance Day Service on Tuesday 11 November held in the Equine Arena held to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War.

Students from UPS welcomed visitors and gave out Orders of Service.  About 600 students and staff attended to listen to readings by the Principal, Russell Marchant, “A” level History student, Holly Hamer, Director of HR and Residential Services, Lesley Worsfold and UPS student William Burchell. The “We will remember them” responsive reading was led by Squadron Leader Carrie-Anne Rossi from the RAF and the service was led by the Chaplain, Phil Metcalf. A number of people commented on how respectful the 2 minute silence was observed and all the students were a credit to the College.

The service ended with “Abide with me” played by The Central Band of the Royal British Legion.

07 Oct 2016 College News

Hundreds of Hartpury students head off to hard-hitting road safety roadshow

What if…you got in your car today and never made it home? What if…you got the call to say your loved one had been involved in a road traffic collision (RTC)?

15 Sep 2016 College News

From road safety and resuscitation, Hartpury students learn how to stay safe, healthy and happy at Wellfest

There was a real buzz around the Hartpury campus today (September 15th) as students enjoyed a fun and fact-filled day dedicated to the wellbeing of their minds and bodies.

08 Sep 2016 College News

Roll up for Wellfest! Helping Hartpury students stay safe, happy and healthy

It’s never easy growing up, but Hartpury students will be given all the tools and support they need to stay safe and well at a fun and fact-filled festival this month.

18 Aug 2016 College News

Taking each hurdle as it comes – Animal student Mollie courting Olympic dream after making Worlds bow

With Rio 2016 such a rip-roaring success for Great Britain, a Hartpury Animal Management graduate has her sights fixed on securing her very own Olympic success in four years’ time.