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News: NUS Vice President Refreshed after College Visit

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The National Union of Students (NUS) Vice President for Further Education, Emily Chapman, visited Nottingham College’s Maid Marian Way centre on Wednesday 31 January as part of the college’s Refreshers Fair.

Refreshers Fairs have been running across all College campuses this week to raise awareness of enrichment and wellbeing at the college. The Fair promoted a range of external services which offer support for students, including NHS Sexual Health, Carers Federation, Harmless and internal services that students can access including student finance and careers advisors. There were also lots of fun activities including drum therapy, Notts County in the Community, and Pulp Friction, the “make your own” smoothie bike.

Wellbeing Manager, Laura Archer said: “It was great that Emily came to support the Refreshers Fair and see the work we are doing to get students involved in the many enrichment and wellbeing services on offer.”
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  • 5th February 2018 (12:00 AM)
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