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Friends fundraise and skydive for New College Worcester!

Two friends from Worcester have signed up to take part in a charity skydive to raise funds to help and support the students at New College Worcester, who are blind or vision impaired. Finley Stanley, a Digital Data Apprentice, and Ted Taylor, a builder, have been friends for 8 years and are both looking forward

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March to March! Our lockdown journey

Article written by Student Amy, who has been doing work experience in the NCW Marketing Department.  One year has officially passed since the beginning of lockdown; to celebrate, reflect and commemorate the year a March to March project was launched. This project was to help the students and staff express thoughts, feelings and emotions over

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Local software company supports NCW

Collate Systems, based in Malvern, has offered a welcome gift to NCW to help boost the profile of their fundraising effort.    Many charities have seen their fundraising activities impacted as a result of covid-19. Options for charitable events have been reduced due to social distancing. The NCW fundraising team has been able to access

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NCW supporting the Captain Tom 100 Campaign

On 6 April 2020, Captain Tom Moore set off from his garden to raise money for our NHS heroes. 100 laps later, he’d raised an incredible £38.9 million for the NHS Covid-19 appeal. Twelve months on, it’s now our turn to build on his legacy. Friday 30 April would have been Captain Tom’s 101st birthday.

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NCW Easter Community Litter Pick

With the future of events and mass public gatherings still up in the air for 2021, the NCW Fundraising Team are working towards a number of virtual and smaller campaigns to take place over the summer months. We are still focused on supporting our students’ education and well-being and want to involve the NCW community as much

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Parents Skydive for New College Worcester

Parents, Max Keam and Adam Baker, have signed up for a 10,000ft tandem Skydive in June and have got off to a flying start with their fundraising! Max’s son, Len, and Adam’s son, Roman, both started at New College Worcester last September as year 7 students. Max said, “the past year has had a massive

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