Covid secure efforts recognised as best practice

Reaseheath’s continuing efforts to ensure our campus remains Covid secure have been recognised as a template for best practice.

Reaseheath research could help build a better future for our planet

Ground-breaking Reaseheath-led trials on the impact of feeding biochar to cattle and its potential to reduce methane will form part of a powerful climate crisis event being held on Sunday October 11.

Historic beach house project at the home of ITV’s ‘I’m a Celebrity’

BSc (Hons) Landscape Architecture undergraduates from University Centre Reaseheath are embarking on a unique project to help restore the grounds of a historic beach house in North Wales.

Reaseheath undergraduate helps in zoo reopening

An undergraduate at University Centre Reaseheath, Cheshire, is using her research skills to monitor how animals are adjusting to a zoo reopening.

Students research population status of great crested newts

Our Animal Science undergraduates have been studying great crested newts, to better understand their population status.

Alumnus launches appeal for zoo hit by coronavirus crisis

An animal science alumnus has launched a dramatic appeal for cash donations to help feed the animals at the Lake District zoo where he works.

Farm Forum encourages timely discussion

The future of the food and farming industries post Brexit, whether a degree or a job leads to better career prospects and the growth of veganism and its impact on agriculture were just three topics covered in an insightful Farm Forum held at University Centre Reaseheath in Cheshire.

Animal Science students help toads in decline

Our Animal Sciences students at University Centre Reaseheath recently went out collecting DNA samples from our resident toads on campus. This was to assist researchers at the University of Wolverhampton in their attempts to better understand nationwide toad declines.