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October 2020

27 October 2020

North Lindsey Celebrates Staff Members’ Hidden Talents 

Love Our Colleges is part of a national campaign and for 2020 one of the suggestions was to share memorable moments and best sporting achievements.   Talented staff from across the College’s provision have come forward in droves to reveal some fantastic private passions and memorable events, that help to enrich students’ College experience through their own hidden talents.   Just a few of the revelations have included Duty Officer of

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27 October 2020

NLC students offered unique film work experience 

The production is filmed in Northern Lincolnshire in October and was created by film production company ‘Chicken in a Graveyard’ and directed by Francesco Mineo.   Featuring local landmarks such as Brigg Town Hall, the movie will feature two Performing Arts students Chardonnay Bonnett and Macey Dempsey who have been picked to take part and will be on screen, along with further North Lindsey College students working back–stage in areas such as hair, make-up and film production.    Chardonnay said, “I’ve never auditioned for a film before

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21 October 2020

North Lindsey College Shares the Love During National Colleges Week

North Lindsey College is a member of the Association of Colleges (AoC) which wants to see colleges and funding for them prioritised nationally and locally to aid the recovery from the pandemic that will be vital to the future success of the country.   David Hughes, Chief Executive of the Association of Colleges, said, “This year has been unprecedented in every way, but colleges have risen to all the challenges thrown at

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09 October 2020

North Lindsey College Holds a Week of Virtual Open Evenings 

These events will give prospective students the opportunity to hear from subject tutors, participate in a mini session in some areas and get to know more about the qualifications on offer. Each evening will cover a handful of areas, so students can register for the subject area they would like to hear from. The event is part of a suite of virtual events the College have delivered since the start of March. “Open Events are

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