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Pembrokeshire College’s first year business students have raised £280 for Guide Dogs Cymru by holding an enterprise fair and renting selling spaces.
As part of the Extended Diploma in Business, the group were tasked with planning, running and evaluating an event. The group have recently completed their project which saw them renting spaces to local retailers, charity organisations and enterprising students. The group also took to the opportunity to make further money by selling waffles, popcorn and holding a raffle.
First year business student, Chloe Wilson said that she enjoyed the challenge, “It’s been a really useful experience planning and running the event, it’s given us all a chance to put what we’re learning into practice and we’re all really pleased that we raised so much money for Guide Dogs”.
Want to find out where your learning journey could take you? Come along to Pembrokeshire College’s Open Evening on Wednesday 26th April from 5pm. See more at: pembrokeshire.ac.uk/courses
PHOTO: Pembrokeshire College’s first year business students, Jaydyn Lynch, Jamie Gorman, Jamie Rossiter, Tom James, Fraser Finlay, Rhys Jones, Nia Lewis, Miles Thompstone, Dan Wood and Chloe Wilson with Sian Rees, Eva Rich and Oyster the dog from Guide Dogs Cymru.