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Reaseheath College

Reaseheath College

Reaseheath College is a land-based further education and higher education college, mainly located on the outskirts of Nantwich in Cheshire, England.

The college offers courses in Adventure Sports, Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Animal Management, Business and Events Management, Construction, Countryside, Equine, Floristry, Food, Horticulture, Motor Vehicle, Public Services and Sports Studies. Its main base is at Reaseheath, but there are also Outreach Centres at Church Farm, Wirral and Croft End Equestrian Centre, Oldham.

The higher education courses Reaseheath College offers are in conjunction with the University of Chester and Harper Adams University.

Residential accommodation is available to both further and higher education students at the main college site.

The Principal of the College is Meredydd David OBE.

Origins and history

The college was opened in 1921.[1]

Reaseheath College was previously known as the Cheshire College of Agriculture and the Cheshire School of Agriculture.[2]

A Roman Road goes through the site.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Tigwell RE. Cheshire in the Twentieth Century, pp. 41–42, A History of Cheshire, Vol. 12 (Series Editor: JJ Bagley) (Cheshire Community Council; 1985) (ISBN 0 903119 15 3)
  2. ^ Lamberton, A Reaseheath, a short history
  3. ^ York A. Once was Lost, But Now I’m Found

External links

  • Reaseheath College homepage
  • Photographs of Reaseheath College and Zoo
  • The Roman Road at Reaseheath
  • Reaseheath, a short history


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