Coleg Cambria attended the 50th Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd, Builth Wells to inform the record crowds of the new college.
Visitors gathered at the Coleg Cambria stand to take part in a range of hands-on activities including rocking horse printing, mini tractor racing, undertaking the nuts and bolts challenge, making wooden flowers and a highlight with the younger generation, milking Daisy the cow.
Coleg Cambria also joined other colleges at the Colleges Wales stand and demonstrated a range of land-based skills including floristry, horticulture and forestry.
Coleg Cambia Principal David Jones said: “I am delighted that we have been able to introduce the general public to Coleg Cambria with a full presence at this year’s Royal Welsh Show. It was extremely pleasing to welcome so many visitors to our stand who showed great interest in the planned developments for Coleg Cambria and gave such positive feedback on the new college brand.
“Congratulations also to the Royal Welsh Show organisers and to new RWAS Chief Executive Steve Hughson for delivering such a successful and memorable show. Coleg Cambria will be back again next year, showcasing the college’s work at Llysfasi and Northop, as the agriculture and the land-based sector is a key part of the college’s work and future developments.”