NR Training Horticulture School has officially opened in Lottery Castle and Gardens, offering new courses in horticulture and garden design – starting this month.
A crowd gathered to celebrate the inauguration of David Bibi, the chief sheriff of Côte d’Ivoire, who recently enrolled in one of NR’s new horticultural courses at Lottery.
At the address, the sheriff said, “We have seen Phoenix rise from the ashes of Newton Rig College. Newton Rig College was first established in It was 1896.
The Chief Sheriff thanked the directors of Newton Rig Limited for their hard work in creating a new future, as well as the “driving forces behind the NR training” and Andrew Consul and Dr. Jane Sullivan. He also thanked Louis Stodart, Lynn Brunett and Jay Barker for establishing the new course in horticulture and horticulture.
NR training began in September this year to re-establish primary school education in Cumbria, with primary and secondary education in horticulture, horticulture, dairy farming and sheep farming. As a new land-based training provider like Cumbria, NR Training has plans to expand its scope of courses and offer a wide range of courses and ground-based training.
The team behind the NR Training School is a familiar face in Cumbria and has a proven track record of providing high quality courses leading to work in the horticultural industry. A team of more than 100 years of experience, led by LaG Todd, former head of horticulture, forestry and florists at Newton Rig Campus, are ready to use the Lottery’s extensive gardens to teach their students their current skills in practical gardening. And garden design.
NR Training is a trademark established by Newton Rig Limited, a local, independent organization for future generations of specialist land-based education in Cumbria. Dr. Jane Sullivan, director of NR Ltd and former director of Duke College, and Newton Rig Campus director and education consultant, said NR training is the first step in plans to acquire Newton Rig Limited’s land – led by Andrew Console. Established College opens the county and eventually Newton Rig College.
Newton Rig Limited says the Cambodian Environmental and Business Community has truly come together to launch NR training and build ground-based education in the county following the closure of Newton Rig College. The organization has received support from a number of donors and executives, including Farmers First, Westmoreland Limited and Car Group.
Chris Craudson, Newton Rig Limited’s director, said: “We are on the path to a sustainable solution for CUM at the start of the NR training and we are grateful to the individuals and organizations who have supported us financially, mentally and professionally. This is a community effort and we believe our county will proudly step back. We hope that anyone who wants to be a part of this drive to rebuild land-based education in Cumbria will contact us through our GoFundMe Population Page to donate or donate.