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Cotswold MP Sir Geoffrey Clifton Brown made a flying visit to Cirencester College last week to pledge his support to the College’s expansion ambitions.

In a discussion with Interim Principal Matt Reynolds, Sir Geoffrey was delighted to learn that the College have had a record number of 3000 students over the last academic year, travelling from a 60km radius to attend the college. This is partly because of the foresight of the College in becoming one of the foremost colleges teaching T-levels with both vocational teaching and a 45-day industry placement.

Upon hearing how all of the College’s buildings are filled to capacity, and there is concern about not being able to cope with further increases in students interested in joining the College, Sir Geoffrey pledged to liaise with the Government about finding funding for an extra building.

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