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New College Stamford students out to show their skills




Former New College Stamford animal management pupil Rosie Drew has been offered an Internship to work with hummingbirds and exotics such as flamingos in Northern Italy. Photo: Richard Faulks. EMN-150203-162756001
Former New College Stamford animal management pupil Rosie Drew has been offered an Internship to work with hummingbirds and exotics such as flamingos in Northern Italy. Photo: Richard Faulks. EMN-150203-162756001

Students on a variety of courses at New College Stamford have been celebrating successes in recent weeks.

Hairdressing, beauty therapy and media make up students won seven awards in the Association of Hairdressing and Therapists regional finals.

One of those, Aimee Fenton-Fearn, then went on to pick up a prize in the national final.

Former student Rosie Drew is continuing her animal management work after winning a place on an internship working with birds in Northern Italy.

And several former students have visited the college to show off their career successes so far, giving advice to current students.



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