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Students Christmas Party 2018

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The ICMA Centre was ornate with Christmas decoration and carols were playing in the background. Upon arrival, everyone was met with a selection of Christmas hats, masks and headbands to choose from.

The evening featured a visit from Santa, who gave out gifts to lucky raffle winners. Everyone was definitely eager to hear their ticket number being called out, with many cheers erupting each time. This was followed by a hot buffet which included burgers and festive treats, such as mince pies.

The night ended with many selfies, as students and staff participated in the festive photo booth. You can view the photos on our Facebook page.

Published 20 December 2018

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