ICMA Centre students Christmas party
The party started just after six, as students came out of their lectures and seminars to join in the festive atmosphere, with Christmas decorations and carols playing around the Centre. The students and staff tucked in to the buffet, including Christmas treats such as traditional mince pies, and indulged in a variety of festive drinks.
All of the students had raffle tickets and there were plenty of great gifts to be won. As the festivities continued even Santa Claus made an appearance and the students enjoyed having their photo taken with him.
The night was a great success and both students and staff enjoyed the opportunity to relax, look back on an eventful first term, and celebrate the upcoming holidays.
|Published||10 December 2012|
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