Former York College acting student Lauryn Redding has made her acting debut with Northern Broadsides in a production of ‘An August Bank Holiday Lark’ which has already played at the Theatre Royal York and is now touring in the region. Lauryn plays the role of a feisty, frustrated mill girl in Deborah McAndrew’s play about the impact of the First World War on a rural community in East Lancashire.
Pamper Day for carers and sufferers of Parkinson's disease
Parkinson carers, sufferers and fund-raisers were welcomed by York College hair and beauty students to enjoy manicures and pedicures, followed by a delicious three course meal in Ashfields, served and prepared by the College’s catering and hospitality students.
First year Applied Science student Andrew Richards has been presented with an award at Buckingham Palace in recognition of his quick thinking when he saved a man's life in York city centre. He was presented with the Young Achievers’ award by Princess Anne, who recognised him from two years ago when he was named Cadet of the Year for North Yorkshire and Teesside.