Govt minister visits college
SECRETARY of State for digital, culture, media and sport, the Rt Hon Karen Bradley MP visited Loughborough College to view the facilities and meet students, while she was also given the opportunity to go backstage at the leading arts academy.
The Secretary of State was joined by Nicky Morgan, MP for Loughborough, and both were taken on a tour exploring the arts facility, which includes a 250 seat theatre, recording, art, dance and photography studios.
The Minister then got to see some of the sporting facilities on offer before meeting students studying for the Advanced Apprenticeships in Sporting Excellence.
Rt Hon Karen Bradley said: “the college is renowned for its sporting prowess and it has been fantastic to see the stateof-the-art training facilities that have developed so many of our top British Olympic and Paralympic stars.
“The Arts Academy is a wonderful new space, and shows the college’s commitment to providing world-class arts education.”
The Secretary of State Karen Brady visits Loughborough College. From left to right: Chair of Loughborough College governors, Audrey Traynor, Private secretary Adam Conant, Secretary of State for digital, culture, media and sport Karen Bradley, Loughborough MP, Nicky Morgan and Loughborough College interim principal, Colin Butler.