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Published 7th Mar 2012
Refreshers Fayre 2012
By Chris Dighton, Societies Editor
Friday the 10th February saw the return of Fresher’s Fayre in Rubix. This was a perfect opportunity to meet up and join a new sport or society, or take advantage of the many freebies that were available. If you missed this event, fret not! There are plenty of ways of finding the society for you, just look on the sports and societies hub on the union website, where there is a full list of societies and sports clubs:
The snow did not stop you from coming through the doors, with an estimated 4000 people through the doors, which is fantastic news for societies trying to recruit new members.
Jake Willis, VP Societies & ID said "Refreshers fayre went well, it was great to see the level of involvement everyone put into their stalls. The people at GU2 Radio were brilliant at getting all the other societies up on the stage for their live broadcast throughout the day. It was brilliant to see all the societies stick around at the end and help out too. My thanks go to Helena Vardy for her fantastic job of organising it."