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University of Chester

The University of Chester is a public university. The university, based on four campuses in Chester, one in Ellesmere Port and one in Warrington, together with a number of NHS and other sites, offers a range of foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as undertaking academic research.

 

Bodybuilder Jay Vincent who was very badly injured in a motorcycle accident when he was 17 and has now retrained as a personal trainer. Jay studied at West Cheshire College and now works at the University of Chester and for Brio Leisure in Chester. He is a former mechanic at Ellesmere Port and now lives in Buckley.

Chester horror crash victim turns life around

See pictures of Jay Vincent's transformation after losing his leg in accident

The third year of the highly successful Lynk Cheshire summer school is taking place in Cheshire with Minerva Arts

Chester Minerva Arts running summer youth theatre projects

Workshops announced for three locations across Cheshire next month

University of Chester student hopes to lead England’s lacrosse team to European title

Joshua Lea will use SatNav experience to support England team

University of Chester honours students for employability skills

Chester Difference Award ceremony held at Queen's Park campus

The Cheshire Science and Technology Challenge Day at the University of Chester's Thornton Science Park

Tarporley pupils through to University of Chester science challenge regional final

Cheshire’s young scientists of future are inspired at challenging technology event

Cheshire’s best short stories celebrated at book launch

Anthology is a celebration of Cheshire Prize for Literature entries

Olympic duties for University of Chester team

Lecturer and former students are ready for Rio

University of Chester friends and colleagues rally round for little Rose

Five-year-old girl has undiagnosed genetic condition which left her unable to talk, laugh, cry or move

University of Chester awards celebrate commitment to making campuses greener

Sixteen teams rewarded at the fourth annual Green Tie Awards ceremony

University of Chester alumnus celebrates 30 years of popular Biff and Chip series

Do you remember the Biff and Chip books for young readers?

University of Chester says 35 academic jobs at risk of redundancy

Union threatens to resist compulsory job losses

University of Chester Vice-Chancellor Tim Wheeler

University of Chester believes Brexit vote will impact on EU staff and funding

Vice chancellor Tim Wheeler says repercussions are unlikely to have an immediate effect

Year 10 pupils from Blacon High School will take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award thanks to sponsorship from contractor Graham Construction. The students are pictured with assistant headteacher and Duke of Edinburgh coordinator John Lacey with Martin Bambrick and Andy Higgins from Graham Construction

Blacon High students gain Duke of Edinburgh Award sponsorship

Graham Construction support 17 young people who will head for Beeston next month

New Chester base for US translation provider

Firm's move to Chester is to foster closer relationships with university

Doreen Collyer

Celebration of Doreen Collyer's life held in Neston

The former University of Chester lecturer was killed in a shark attack in Australia

Lecturers to strike at University of Chester

Academic staff will walk out in national dispute over pay and conditions

Dean Paton of Big Heritage with the Chester Plague Doctor

Meet the man behind the Chester Plague Doctor mystery

We speak to the person who sent the eerie figure out to stalk the city streets

Kirsty Craig with award winner Tom Horton, Professor Tim Wheeler, Vice Chancellor of Chester University, Robin Gill of Storrar Cowdry, award winner Adam Jones, and Louise Eccleston of Storrar Cowdry

University of Chester celebrates its outstanding students

Cream of the crop honoured at valedictory awards ceremony

Alex Haydock, a nurse with the Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, who has become a Queen's Nurse

Cheshire nurse honoured by The Queen

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Alex Haydock began his nursing career in 1977

Chester grandmother Doreen Collyer was killed by a shark while diving in Australia

Celebration of shark attack victim Doreen Collyer's life to be held

Mrs Collyer's family have invited friends and colleagues to pay tribute at Neston Cricket Club event

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