- Established 1921
- Location Worleston Cheshire, England, UK.
- Vice principal http://www.reaseheath.ac.uk
Reaseheath College (previously known as the Cheshire College of Agriculture and the Cheshire School of Agriculture) is a land-based further education college, mainly located in the village of Worleston in Cheshire, England. It opened in 1921. The college mainly offers courses and training related to agriculture and the natural environment. Its main base is in the Reaseheath area of Worleston, but there is also a smaller campus of the college in the centre of Nantwich.
The college mainly offers courses and training related to agriculture and the natural environment. Its main base is in the Reaseheath area of Worleston. As well as further education courses, Reaseheath College also offers some higher education courses in conjunction with the University of Chester and Harper Adams University College.
To inspire individuals, communities and rural businesses by delivering world class education and skills accessible to all. Achieve excellence in all our activities Provide world class facilities and resources for our learners, customers, employers and staff Generate and support innovation and enterprise Maintain momentum and growth through local, regional, national and international partnerships.