Good Deed Day saw over 200 students from Brunel University and Uxbridge College take to Uxbridge High Street and the Pavilions for a day of mass volunteering. Over 530 volunteering hours were recorded by both students and staff as they kindly donated their time throughout the day. Their time was spent undertaking a variety of pre-arranged and spontaneous good deeds.
Uxbridge College students in mortar boards and gowns graced the stage as they collected their university-level awards at their formal graduation.The students celebrated their Higher National Certificates (HNCs) and Higher National Diplomas (HNDs) at the ceremony at Brunel University on Wednesday 6 November.They graduated in business, computing and engineering subjects at higher education level, which means they have studied at
Pictured: (L to R) Councillor Douglas Mills, Principal Laraine Smith and the Mayor of Hillingdon Councillor Allan Kauffman. Uxbridge College officially opened its new £6.2m development at a ceremony on Thursday 7 November.The facilities at the Uxbridge campus have seen the original refectory modernised and doubled in size, new plumbing workshops built, and additional classrooms and offices added for both