Students from Moreton Morrell College have built and installed nesting boxes for barn owls on the college’s estate.
Rugby College carpentry students have designed and created a new bench for historic Compton Verney.
Floristry students from Moreton Morrell College have been chosen to create a floral feature at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show to mark the 100th anniversary of the British Florist Association.
Evesham College is joining the British Heart Foundation mission to create a nation of lifesavers.
Hair and Media Make-up students from Malvern Hills College held a catwalk show and competition to showcase their skills.
A new scheme of student residences in Leamington has been given top marks – as it reached its highest point.
Pershore College has been awarded the People's Choice Award at the Young Gardeners of the Year Competition, chosen by visitors at this year's Ideal Home Show.
Construction students were given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with housebuilder Barratt Homes thanks to a special event at Warwick Gates.
A study into the economic impact of WCG has shown that the college group makes a massive £705.8m contribution to the regional economy each year.
Furniture crafts student Alexander Manville has been awarded a Medal for Excellence from the City & Guilds Group in recognition of his exceptional talents.
Two WCG students are celebrating after achieving degree places at the prestigious Norland College in Bath, the home to Norland Nannies.
A Moreton Morrell College apprentice has followed in his father’s footsteps by winning the regional Guild of Bricklayers junior competition and becoming the best at bricklaying in the West Midlands.
Pershore College horticulture student, Aidan Kelly, has been awarded a Student Scholarship of £1,000 by the David Colegrave Foundation.
Dr Phil Hammond, TV doctor and comedian, officially opened the Kissing it Better Hair and Beauty salon at Warwick Hospital.
Horticulture students from Pershore College scooped a prestigious silver medal with their spectacular urban garden in the Young Gardeners of the Year Awards 2017 at the Ideal Home Show.
Beauty Therapy students at Malvern Hills College raised £225 for charity at a special Vintage Beauty Spa Day at the college.