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College News 11Nov 2015

Hartpury remembers. Standing room only for Remembrance Day Service

Hartpury remembers. Standing room only for Remembrance Day Service

It was standing room only as students and staff remembered the fallen at Hartpury College’s annual Remembrance Day Service today.

Students from the Uniformed Public Services course welcomed visitors and gave out Orders of Service for the ceremony in Hartpury’s international indoor arena.

More than 600 students and staff attended to listen to poignant readings by Hartpury Principal, Russell Marchant, A-level History student, Ryan Clark, Director of HR and Residential Services, Lesley Worsfold and RAF Squadron Leader, Steve Bryce, who also led the “We will remember them” responsive reading (The Kohima) following a  two-minute silence.

The service was led by the chaplain, Phil Metcalf, which ended with Phil Webb from the Salvation Army playing ‘The Last Post’.

Hartpury Principal, Russell Marchant, said: “It was fantastic to see so many of our students and staff paying their respects to the servicemen and women who have lost their lives serving their country. The two-minute silence was impeccably observed and all the students were a credit to the college.”

07 Oct 2016 College News

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

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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

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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.