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A carefully crafted social media campaign to promote a classic sandwich has landed a group of Northampton College students £500 in Amazon vouchers.

Level Three business students Hannah Ferrin, Callum Buck, Verity Rust and Millicent Wincott teamed up to produce a fresh, low fat, take on the classic bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich, which saw them reach the regional finals of a competition to create a new product for High Street fast food giant Subway.

Their campaign to ‘bring back the BLT’ and see their healthy handcrafted sandwich sold in Subway stores across the region was an overall runner-up but they were named winners of the award for ‘Best Social Media Campaign’.

football academy 2018

Football-mad teenagers will be able to get top training tips from Premier League coaches while continuing with their classroom studies, thanks to a new academy launched by Northampton College.


Headed by former Crystal Palace, Arsenal and Manchester City star Eddie McGoldrick, the academy will bridge the gap between grassroots football and top-level youth teams – giving talented youngsters in Northamptonshire the opportunity to get a full education while pursuing their dream of becoming professional players.

The partnership will see Northampton College team up with Premier League side Crystal Palace, with the CPFC Foundation Academy playing in the national football youth league against clubs including Chelsea, Spurs, West Ham United and Liverpool.

subway challenge 2018

A group of Northampton College students are hoping to ‘bring back the BLT’ and see their healthy handcrafted sandwich sold in Subway stores across the region.

Level Three business students Hannah Ferrin, Callum Buck, Verity Rust and Millicent Wincott have teamed up to produce a fresh, low fat, take on the classic bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich, which has seen them reach the regional finals of a competition to create a new product for High Street fast food giant Subway.

The sub will go head-to-head with five other flavours created by students from across the East Anglia region. The winning sub will be sold in stores for a two-week period, with the winning students getting involved in a marketing campaign to promote the product.

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Mark Keddie

Mark Keddie

Former Northampton College student, Mark Keddie works as a skilled CNC Machinist at leading precision engineers Turnell & Odell in Wellingborough having previously completed a Higher Level Apprenticeship. Mark said:...

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