NSCG AOC Shortlisted Students, NUL Subway Celebrations
Written by Hitmix Local News on 15 October 2023
Newcastle and Stafford Colleges Group (NSCG) is delighted to share the news that THREE of its alumni from the ‘Class of 23’ have been shortlisted in the Association of Colleges (AoC) Student of the Year Awards.
This is an incredible achievement and testament to the student’s hard work and personal journeys each has embarked on during their time studying at Newcastle College.
Shortlisted students are:
Apprentice of the Year: Vinny-Lee Brennan
Higher Education Student of the Year: Tammy Luto-Amison
AQA Project Excellence Award: Gloria Neligwa
A judging panel will now select the finalists which will be announced on 19 October on the AoC’s social media channels with an awards ceremony for the winners held in spring 2024.
As we eagerly await the final results, we extend our heartfelt congratulations to Vinny, Tammy and Gloria and wish them all the best of luck for the next stage. Regardless of the results, their achievements are hugely inspiring and a testament to the hard work, dedication and the progress they have made during their time with us at NSCG.
Unique new images of two historic queens will flank pedestrians as they walk into Newcastle.
Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council is retiling the town centre subway which emerges by Queens Gardens with the eye-catching design to mark the Borough’s 850th anniversary.
Images of Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II will be interwoven with the design marking the Borough’s special anniversary.
Queens Gardens already has a statue of Queen Victoria, first unveiled in the town in 1903, and it’s hoped that will soon be joined by a statue of Queen Elizabeth, designed and sculpted by renowned local artist Andy Edwards.
The council’s wider programme of subway art includes the whole of Grosvenor Roundabout; Ryecroft subway, which focuses on circus; and Knutton Lane subway which reflects the history of Newcastle and Britain in Bloom.
Once Queens Gardens is complete, the next upgrade will be the large subway at Pool Dam, where a gallery style design will include photographs from The Brampton archive.