Govt min­is­ter vis­its col­lege

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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,...

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