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Monday, 4 January 2016


 

Happy New Year to all our Neighbours!

Events
The Chester Business School held Carol’s at Queen’s Park on Tuesday 15th December and many local residents accepted the invitation to come along and join in the carols and enjoy the festive refreshments. 

I enjoyed the chance to chat to local residents and many of them commented how much they had enjoyed the opportunity to come along to see the Business School.  Many of our guests took the opportunity to have impromptu tours of the Charles de Gaulle suite and to see the magnificent table.
 

On 21st December the University held a Christmas lunch for older residents of Chester who attend the Here and Now group in Blacon.  International students from India, Palestine and China came along to join in and to chat to our lunch guests.
This was a lovely festive event and started the Christmas week on a high note.

Students, University staff  and local residents enjoying Christmas lunch




News

Chester Students' Union are holding their Accommodation Fair for students on 13th and 14th January and we will be promoting responsible behaviour while living in the Chester community during the Fair.  We will be giving out this handy post card guide to living in the community to students.




PC Tom Philpotts and PCSO Kirsty Lawrence will also be at the Fair promoting Student Safety and also providing some education on being good neighbours.

 
Events Happening This Month

 
Faculty of Health and Social Care Museum
Opening Wednesday, 6th January, 2016
13:00 - 16:00
 

University of Chester Riverside
Campus
Castle Drive
Chester
CH1 1SL

 

 

 

 

 


This is another opportunity to see the new First World War: Returning Home exhibition and the permanent collection of curiosities from the world of medicine, nursing, midwifery and social work.

Admission is free and there is no need to book.  Further details are available at www.chester.ac.uk/hsc/historical-society or contact Roger Whiteley (r.whiteley@chester.ac.uk, 01244 511619).

Please note that there is no car parking available at the Riverside Campus and city centre car parks or public transport should be used.

 
Community-based Learning in the Wake of Disaster
Geography and International Development Research Seminar
Professor Eric Pawson, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

 Thursday, 7th January, 2016
15:30
Best Building Room CBB012, Parkgate Road Campus




 

This is a free event, all are welcome and no booking is necessary.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Fancy Learning Mandarin for Free?
 
 

 




 
The University of Chester China Centre is running FREE day AND evening classes EVERY WEDNESDAY for beginners from the 18th of January 2016 until the 6th of June 2016.

 These classes are open to members of the Chester community and full details of times, locations and how to book on can be found on our web site by clicking here


Dates for your Diary

Our new term starts on 11th January and so we expect our students to start returning over this next week.
 
Please feel free to share any comments or suggestions about what you would like to see included in this blog with us by emailing community@chester.ac.uk


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