Staff Festival's fantastic fundraising figure
Staff Festival organisers are delighted to announce the fantastic figure raised for this year’s chosen charity.
Crowds enjoying the live entertainment at this year's Staff Festival
Pets As Therapy will benefit to the tune of £2,888.26, which was collected during the hugely successful celebrations staged on campus on 6 July.
Rachel Robinson, a member of the Universitys Engineering department and a PAT volunteer, said: A big thank you not only for your votes to be the nominated Staff Festival charity 2018 but for the generous support.
We would like to thank everyone who came to say hello to the PAT dogs it was a very warm day but we loved meeting you all. Remember the PAT dogs are here for you, so dont be shy in asking for a PAT session.
Free pet therapy sessions run between 12.30 and 1.30pm in the University Union most Thursdays. Visit the LUU website to stay updated.
All breeds of cats and dogs can become part of a PAT team. Visit the PAT website if youre interested in volunteering with your pet.
Thousands of staff, family and friends enjoyed a packed programme of events at the Staff Festival.
Staff enjoying one of the many workshops on offer, as part of the 'Festival of Making' theme
With the theme A Festival of Making, attractions included workshops, refreshments, entertainment and competitions for all ages.
Official photos from the event have now been uploaded on the Staff Festival website, and are available to view via Flickr.
And dont forget to take part in the Staff Festival 2018 survey. Let the organising committee know what you thought about the activities staged on the day, as well as any ideas you have to improve the 2019 event. The closing date is Friday 20 July 2018.
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