My name is Lisa. I am a 19-year-old from a place called Harpenden, Hertfordshire and I have chosen to study Zoo Management here at University Centre Reaseheath(despite being allergic to both dogs and cats!). here is always something to take part in such as bingo, dance classes, or even being hypnotised! The student association play a massive role in student life as they help provide the entertainment and sort out and run events for the students.
So many activities took place under the incredible sun, ranging from a bouncy castle, face-painting, RAG Raft Race, a live DJ set, carnival games, stocks, RAG Raffle and ‘have-a-go’ floristry!
We were also lucky to have Cheshire police and Cheshire fire brigade present with their rainbow vehicles, along with our very own Wellbeing team and Body Positive too! A fantastic amount of food was on offer as well, including our charity bake stall and the yummy Pride ice-creams.
Straight back after October half term and we went straight into our next event to raise money for RAG; the Halloween Lake Tour! This was a Halloween event to raise money for our chosen charity (Diabetes UK). The idea was that groups could go around Reaseheath’s lake outside Reaseheath Hall and were greeted by live actors, including myself, to scare them silly!
The Student Association (SA) works alongside Student Services to organise a range of exciting eventsand is run completely by a group of student volunteers. The SA is made up of current HE and FE students from different courses.