Richard Huish College ran it’s second EnRICH day of the year on Tuesday 28th June with a wide range of trips and activities on offer to students.

The Huish EnRICH programme aims to help students with their life skills, progression & employability, health & wellbeing and giving back to community & charity. Whilst students can partake in enrichment activities all year round the EnRICH day, which sees the collapse of the usual college timetable, gives students an additional opportunity to experiment with new interests that they may not otherwise explore.

The below film shows a selection of some of the activities on offer.  

Alongside activities on campus, many trips were available. Students went paddleboarding by French Weir park, became ‘prisoners’ of Shepton Mallet Prison (in a trip organised by the Law and Sociology Departments), completed their DofE expedition on the Brecon Beacons, and visited Bristol and the University of Plymouth, to name just a few of the outings on offer.