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UEA CU students appeal for weekend venue

UEACU2010: Christian students at Norwich’s University of East Anglia are urgently looking for a new venue for an October weekend away after their previous location fell through.
Organiser Kristoffer Hall said: “We have a limited budget and want the weekend to be as accessible to as many students as possible. We are looking for either a Church hall, school building (or part of the building), or a scout halls that will have the capacity for around 70 students. We will organise our own food, so a kitchen would be good.”

UEA Christian Union – Weekend Away

* 22nd – 24th Oct 2010 (Space to sleep 60 -70 persons, Friday & Sat night)
* Kitchen facilities / catered
* £40 - £45 Catered / £30 Self-Catered (Prices per person)
* Within an hour and a half’s drive from the University (NR4 7TJ).
We’re planning a time for the new students particularly to get to know each other a bit better, learn from God’s word (we’ll have some speakers opening this up and helping us to understand it), have a laugh and get away from the stress of the campus for a couple days.
Unfortunately the place we had intended to use has increased their prices and we’ve only found this out fairly recently. We realise our target price (£35/£40 per person) is fairly low, however we are student group and would like to make this weekend as accessible to as many as possible.
Please get in touch with Kristoffer Hall ( if you know of any facility they might be able to use for this weekend.


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