Trev’s Times – WEEK THIRTY!

Hey Furness! Sorry that it’s a bit of a late one this week, we’ve had so much going on with the End of Term Party, Extrav preparation and the general end of year madness! Here’s a round up of the news for the last week of term…

LAST CHANCE to Collect Graduation Tickets

Don’t forget to collect your graduation tickets from Jo Dickinson in the Furness College Office (room, A13).  You have until 12pm on  Friday 28th June.  After this time, uncollected tickets will be returned to the Ceremonies Office and you will only be able to collect your tickets on the day of your Graduation.

EXTRAV!

Extrav is THIS THURSDAY! Can you believe it?! We can’t! Get ready for Summer Lovin’ in Furness, and be prepared to dance the night away. Struggling for ideas? Check out this Pinterest board for some inspiration!

#FurnessIsTheWord

Lancaster Career Mentoring Programme 

The popular Lancaster Career Mentoring Programme will close for applications on June 26th at 1pm. It has been hailed by previous mentees as ‘the best careers-related’ initiative you can take part in on campus. Available to all students (UG & PG), sign up to be matched with a professional in a career that interests you for the future. Even if you have no idea what you want to do, we have mentors who can help you navigate those choppy career waters.

Please visit Mentee Applications 2019 – 20 to apply for the Programme & don’t miss the chance to take part and access bespoke careers advice exclusive to you!

Alumni Facebook Group

For those graduating and would like to stay in touch, please join the Alumni Facebook Group.   We would love you to share your graduation day photos!

Suggestions for the New JCR

Please let us know how we can improve! Whether it be Trev’s Times, event themes, sports coverage – literally anything! We’re open to suggestions and would love to hear them. Look out for a short questionnaire post-Extrav…

A Big Thank You

Furness College JCR and SCR wish everyone a wonderful summer. For those graduating, we look forward to seeing you on graduation day. We wish everyone all the best for their future careers.

That’s all folks! Thanks for another great year in Furness. To everyone that has joined us, welcome to our Furness family, we hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as we have! And to those leaving us, we hope that you never forget that home is where the mountain is.

Here’s to next year!

#UpTheNess

Trev’s Times – WEEK TWENTY-SIX

Hey there, Furnessians! Bit of late one this week, apologies for that. Week 26 is here! Every week we’re here talking about how quickly the term flies but seriously, how quickly is this term flying? Some of us graduate this July…terrifying. Anyway, this is what’s going on this week…

 

BY-ELECTIONS

Reminder to NOMINATE yourself for BY-ELECTIONS by 12pm TODAY!!! If anyone’s considering it but isn’t sure, we definitely think you should go for it. It’s a great chance to take up more responsibility and do your bit for the college. Send in your manifesto here NOW!!

 

Carter Shield

Carter Shield is back this Sunday with Mixed Touch Rugby!! Take a break from exams (or celebrate finishing them) by getting out there in the fresh air and playing! 1-3pm, message the sports page for more details or to sign up!

 

EXTRAV

Okay so now you know the extrav theme…HOW EXCITED IS EVERYONE?!! We’re so happy to be presenting Summer Lovin’ in Furness! It’s gonna be a great night, and you don’t even know the half of it! Keep an eye on the Furness Facebook and Instagram for all the updates and announcements, and trust us, there’s some good ones coming!!

While we’re here, a massive thank you to Tom Winrow, Aiden Handley-Griggs, Shannon McCaul, Beth Mapley, Emily Reed, Louise Browning and Nicola Hall for starring in the video. Also, a big loving shout out to Holly Phillips, Harriet Phipps and Georgie Zowonu for helping out with filming. We hope you guys liked the video!!

 

Charity Korfball Tournament!

Have fun while raising money for charity this June with a Korfball tournament! Georgia Smith is fundraising to climb Mt Kenya to raise money for the charity Dig Deep, a water sanitation charity working in vulnerable areas of Kenya. She is organising a Korfball tournament on Saturday 8th June to do so! It’s £2 to take part, the rules will be explained on the day  and there will be prizes for the winning team. She will be organising teams of mixed ability so why not sign up! Email smithgpr@lancaster.ac.uk to sign up by 2nd June!

 

GOT TO DANCE

Speaking of Charity, just taking a moment to plug another great cause. LuDans  are raising money for Mind and the Burchill Trust, as well as for their own competitions with a dance competition! That’s right, they’re asking for societies and sports teams (I’m looking at you, Furness FC) to nominate a few people to pick a song, a dance style and let LuDanS teach you a routine that you will perform for the chance to be crowned GOT TO DANCE WINNERS 2019! For all information, go to the event page. How exciting!!!

 

And that’s it for this week, folks! Well done to everyone who has finished (or is still finishing) their exams! Remember – nominate yourself for BY-ELECTIONS!! See you next week!

#MightyFurness #UpTheNess

Trev’s Times – WEEK TWENTY-FIVE

Hello there, Furness! Half-way through the term already, where does the time go?! Anyway, here’s what we’ve got going on this week!

Richard Slatter

Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday for our annual Richard Slatter Memorial Tournament! It was a lovely day, and a big well done to Mark Dearden for winning!

 

De-Stress Breakfast 

Forget about those exams and chill out on Tuesday at our de-stress breakfast! We’ll be in the foyer from 8:30am with lots of treats!

 

JCR Nominations 

Nominations are now OPEN for the opening JCR positions! Interested in getting involved, organising events and taking on responsibility within the college? Then join the JCR! The positions opening are: President, Democracy & Finance, Media & Comms, Socials & Events, Welfare & International, and Sport Officer (x2). Don’t hesitate to message either the Furness Facebook or the current JCR for more information. You can nominate yourself HERE. Nominations are also open to by-elect PTO positions! This includes Womens+ Officer, BME Officer and Mature Students Officer!

 

Do Good in the Wood 

Release the joy and goodness, relax and get to know like-minded people while doing something positive. Volunteer for a day in the most stunning locations in the North West. Sign up today – fill in the online application form at lancastersu.co.uk/together – limited space available. We provide free transport, a packed lunch and good care with people committed to your wellbeing and fun. PLEASE NOTE : Outdoor activities are physically demanding and will include a variety of challenging terrain.

Date                                      Organisation                                      Type of job                                         Location

26/05/2019                         Northern Approach Farm              Woodland Conservation               Lancashire

29/06/2019                         Northern Approach Farm              Woodland Conservation               Lancashire

13/07/2019                         National Trust                                    Woodland Conservation               Lancashire

For more information email together@lancaster.ac.uk or follow us on Facebook (Lancaster SU)

 

College Charity Challenge

Thank you to our Furness Charity Challenge Team, seen here being presented with their certificate by Dr Karen Grant, Principal of County College. The College is very appreciative of the great work that was done in support of their chosen charity, Lancaster and Morecambe Deaf Children’s Society. Thank you also to everyone who attended the fundraising events and contributed towards this challenge.

 

Extrav!

Keep an eye on the Furness social media for all updates on EXTRAV! Theme reveal coming THIS FRIDAY!!

 

And that’s all for this week folks! Stay tuned for next week!

#MightyFurness  #UpTheNess

Trev’s Times – WEEK TWENTY-FOUR

Hello there, Furnessians! Hope you’re all still alive out there! Don’t worry, not long now until Summer! Let’s see what we’ve got going on this week…

Richard Slatter

The Richard Slatter Memorial Pool Tournament is back for another year! We invite pool-lovers alike – students and alumni – to join us in Trev this Saturday. Sign ups from 11am, and the tournament will begin at 12pm!

By-Elections 

Nominations for by-elections open on the 20th May! The roles becoming available are: President, Democracy & Finance, Media & Communications, Socials & Events, Welfare and International and two Sports officers! If you’re interested, or want more information, message the Furness Facebook!

Graduation Celebrations

Graduation plans are currently underway and details can be found on our  Furness Website. Don’t forget to book your tickets for the college Afternoon Tea which are available from the Online Store and cost £9 per guest. They are free for Furness students who are accompanying their guest. The online store will close on the 7th June, so please book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets CANNOT be sold after this date or on the day of graduation.

 

Uni Quiet Period

A reminder that the quiet period is running from the 29th April to the 19th June. This is the time leading up to and including the exam period. It is in place to ensure all students and residents can study in peace. Noise fines will be doubled this term.

 

Demystifying Exams 

Are you worried about what to expect at your first exam? No need, we have got you covered! Come along to our Demystifying Exams event to find out everything that you need to know ahead of your first formal University examination! This includes exam essentials, useful tips, do’s and don’t’s, and advice on being prepared. Wednesday 29th May from 3-4pm. Venue TBC.

 

Work Experience Bursary

 

The work experience bursary is officially open for applications. More information and the application form can be found on the Career’s ‘Financial Support’ Webpage.

 

Transitions E-Buddies 

The transitions team are recruiting Transitions E-Buddies to support applicants to prepare for university life and settle into Lancaster University. You will facilitate a small group of incoming students who you will support over email before they arrive at Lancaster University (August – October 2019). You will assist students with practical queries and be empathic to student concerns. You will be trained in e-communications, boundaries and confidentiality. Supervision is provided and you will have the opportunity to attend team meetings with other e-buddies to share good practice and enhance your skills. This volunteer opportunity is open to all students. We are keen to recruit students from underrepresented groups. Please email transitions@lancaster.ac.uk and we will send you an application pack. Successful applicants will be invited to attend a short interview to discuss the post. Deadline for the application is Friday 31st of May.

 

Hedgehog Friendly Campus

Staff and students are invited to take part in ‘Hedgehog Friendly Campus’ – a national accreditation scheme, funded by the British Hedgehog Preservation Society, which aims to make campuses a safer place for wild hedgehogs. Lancaster is the second university to be joining the scheme, following its launch at the University of Sheffield in 2018. Examples include fundraising, attending wildlife courses, surveying campuses for hedgehogs, making physical changes to the land and raising awareness. Join the community on Facebook and Twitter.

Extrav

Keep an eye on the Furness Social Media for incoming updates on EXTRAVVV!!! This years theme reveal will be on the 24th May. Get excited!!!

 

And that’s all folks! See you next week!

#UPTHENESS #MightyFurness

Trev’s Times – WEEK TWENTY-TWO!

Welcome back, Furnessians! We hope you’ve had a great (and productive) Easter break and are ready and raring to go into your exams! We’ll try and keep this one breakfast-sized so that you can get on with your preparations… Here we go!

Furness Graduation Celebration

Furness College students will graduate on Friday 19th July 2019 at 11:00am.  General information for graduating students can be found on the Ceremonies website.

Tickets for the College Celebrations are now available to order via the Online Store.  Tickets are free for graduating students who are accompanied by guests.  See Furness College website for more information.

Assistant Deans for the academic year 2019/20

Applications are welcomed from current postgraduates and final year undergraduates who are intending to continue or commence full-time postgraduate study at Lancaster University in October 2019.

For a job description and application information please email your contact details to assistantdeans@lancaster.ac.uk and we will send this to you.  Information is also available on the Employment and Recruitment Service (ERS).

The deadline for applications is noon on 13th May 2019 and interviews will take place week commencing 3rd June 2019.

Sport

Tuesday: Netball A’s vs Pendle at 6pm, Netball B’s vs Pendle at 7pm
Thursday: Trev’s Army vs Med Scorers at 8pm
And, of course, a massive good luck to all the Furnessians who are taking part in Roses this weekend!

Student Peer Mentors

Enjoy helping others?  Want to learn new skills and increase your employability?

The Transitions Team are recruiting student mentors to support other students in settling in and making the most of university life.  Transitions are looking to recruit students with an interest in supporting others.

Full training provided

Enjoyable and rewarding

Counts towards the Lancaster Award

This volunteer opportunity is open to all students and for this round of recruitment, we are also keen to recruit students who are male, students who identify as LGBTQ+ and students who are Deaf or hearing impaired.     

Lancaster Award Drop-In

For anyone working towards the Lancaster Award submission deadline, please come along to a Drop in on Wednesday 1st May (week 22) between 12:00-14:00 in the Furness TV Room.

And that’s about it for this week! Good luck with all your exams and deadlines. See you next week!

Trev’s Times – WEEK TWENTY-ONE!

Hello there Furness, can you believe it’s week 21?! This term has FLOWN by! Now, let’s see what we’ve got going on in our last week of term.

 

Free Breakfast

!

We’ve teamed up with Grizedale to give you guys a free breakfast this week! Head to Grizedale bar (upstairs) on Wednesday from 8:30am for some free food and a lovely start to the day!

 

Graduation!

Furness College students will graduate on Friday 19th July 2019 at 11:00am. General information for graduating students can be found on the Ceremonies website. Tickets for the College Celebrations are now available to order via the Online Store.  Tickets are free for graduating students who are accompanied by guests.  Please see our Furness College website for more information. We hope you can join us in these celebrations.  In the meantime, enjoy the rest of your time in Furness, good luck with your examinations and we hope to see you on Graduation Day.

 

Your new Socials Officers! 

After a new round of by-elections and co-options this term, we would like to introduce you to your new OFFICIAL Furness Socials Officers: Elissa Griffiths and Chris Hill! They’ve both got lots of ideas for the college, watch this space for what they have in store!

 

Roses!

 

The first Friday back marks the start of ROSES weekend 2019! This year the event will be hosted by York! Even if you’re not participating – get in the uni spirit and support! Keep an eye on the event page for all updates!

 

And thats it for now, folks! Quite a quiet week, but there’s lots to look forward to next term! Hope you all have a lovely Easter holidays – good luck to everyone in your exams and deadlines! See you next term!

#MightyFurness #UpTheNess

Trev’s Times – WEEK TWENTY!

Good morning, Furness! We hope you’re all feeling positive going into this week as for some of you it’s the final push! You’ve got this! Now here’s what we’ve got for you…

The Listening Service

If you are finding it hard to find someone to talk to or are struggling with issues such as anxiety, bereavement, caring, illness, low mood, relationships, work problems then why wait any longer?  Lancaster Medical Practice provides you with The Listening Service to support you through difficult times.  Trained listeners can give you time to talk for up to an hour, in complete confidence. Appointments are available every Wednesday at various sites of Lancaster Medical Practice.

Book an appointment at the reception today or to arrange an appointment over the telephone, please call 01524 541651.

Study Smart

If you’re feeling the pressure from studying and revision, come and say hello to your College Wellbeing Officers in the Library Foyer and The Base between 12 and 2pm on Wednesday 20th & 27th March.

Pop down to play some games or grab a brew, and give your brain a well-deserved break! We’re providing a chill-out area in the Base, so come along with your friends and take the pressure off for a while! Get some tips for managing study and exam stress, along with a healthy snack.

Socials Officer Wanted!

Could you be our newest JCR member, joining us a Socials and Events Officer? Let us know! Nominate yourself by sending your manifesto to the Facebook page by Wednesday (20/3)!

EXTRAV?!?

Sports News

In last week’s bar sports, Men’s A Team Pool lost 6-3, Men’s B Team Pool lost 5-4, both to Grad. Dominos won 2-1, and Men’s Darts won 6-3, against Grad. Women’s Darts won 5-2, and Women’s Pool won 7-2, both against Grad. We saw Table tennis win 18-0 against Grad. And, in Netball, Trev’s Army lost 9-23 to Red Devils (Bowland), Might Mountains lost 2-14 to Roaring Blues (Lonnie)

Wednesday: Table Tennis vs Grizedale

Thursday: Trev’s Army vs Wylde Ones (Fylde) at 8pm

Friday: Trev’s Army vs GuarentTREEd Goals (County) at 7pm

University Quiet Period

Quiet Period is the time leading up to and including exams. It is especially important at this time that residents are allowed to study in peace.
Quiet Period will run from the 29th April until the 19th June 2019. Please be aware, noise fines are doubled during this time.

Jam in Furness

All are welcome to join us in the Furness JCR for our ‘Jam-in-Furness’ on Friday 22nd March from 20:00 until 23:00. Entry for this event is free. If you are a musician and/or singer and would like to join then please contact Paul at paul@paulpalmersax.com or come along and enjoy some live music.

That’s about it for this week! Keep plodding along everyone, the end of term is in sight! See you next week.

Trev’s Times – Week NINETEEN

Hello there Furnessians! Can you believe it’s week 19 already? Where has the time gone? Anyway, here’s what we’ve got going on this week.

Enterprise Week

 

This week is Enterprise Week!
Gain insight into building a successful business, CV writing, public speaking and more! Each event is open to anyone and everyone, so come along to find out more! Visit the FB event for the full schedule!

Donut Stress! 

This Thursday, why not take break from work and visit us in Furness Foyer (2-3pm)  to get yourself a free donut? You’ll need to like the Furness Welfare page first.

Sport

Last week Bar Sports went up against Crapmel. Men’s Dart won 5-4, Women’s Darts won 4-3, Men’s A Pool lost 5-4, Bs won 5-4, Women’s pool won 5-4 and Doms won 2-1! Table Tennis also went up against Cartmel, winning 17-4.

Netball B’s lost 15-28 to Lonnie.

In Patriots, Furness lost 165-175 – thank you to everyone who came down and participated/ supported!

This week:

Monday: Bar sports v Grad, Netball B’s v County,

Tuesday: Bar Sports v Grad, Netball A’s v Pendle

Wednesday: Netball B’s v Pendle, TableTennis v Grad

Thursday: Netball C’s (Trev’s Army) v Bowland

Friday: Netball C’s (Mighty Mountains)

Sustainability Challenge Final – 12th March

Come along to the final of the Sustainability Challenge and listen to college teams present their ideas for making the university more sustainable. With previous ideas including the Community Fridge, Eco Hives and Precious Plastics, come and see what great ideas Lancaster students are putting forward to improve your university campus.
 
Starts 5.30pm prompt, Cavendish Lecture Theatre, Tuesday 12th March 2019.  Refreshments provided. 
Campus Community Fridge
The Campus Community Fridge is a space for students, staff and food businesses to share perfectly good quality surplus food rather than throwing it away. Find your nearest fridge at Bowland or Pendle porters lodges and keep an eye out on the Facebook Page for updates. If you are interested in finding out more or volunteering, please message the Facebook page or email fridgehelp@lusu.co.uk

 

And that’s it for this week, folks. See you next week!

#MightyFurness #UpTheNess

Trev’s Times – WEEK FIFTEEN

Why hello there, Furness. Welcome to week fifteen. We’re going to keep very calm and not think about how fast this term is going…oh Jesus. Anyway, we’ve got a lot for you to look forward to this week. Seriously, it’s a lot.

 

15 HOUR

This Saturday, your fave bar crawl is back, and better than ever! This time, the theme for the 15 Hour Bar Crawl is…Monopoly! That’s right, we’re going to be making our way round Lancaster like it’s a Monopoly board, with drink deals, interactive extras and the cheapest tickets to date! Tickets will be sold on Thursday in the TV room from 1pm – 6pm. They’ll be £6 (!!!) and that includes drink deals, your 15 t-shirt and entry fees. Keep an eye on the event page for all updates, including info on drink deals. We can’t wait!!

 

TREVAOKE

This Wednesday, we’re bringing back every Furnessian’s fave karaoke session – Trevaoke! Bring your friends to Trev and sing your heart out to some beloved tunes! 7:30pm in the JCR room.

 

Self Love & Self Care Night!

 

Don’t get lost in the fog of Valentine’s Day – it’s important to love yourself, too! Take care of yourself and pop down to the TV room on Tuesday night at 6pm for face masks, fruit and more! You deserve it!

 

SPORT

Last week Bar Sports went up against County! Men’s darts lost 6-3, men’s A pool lost 5-4 and B’s lost 6-3. Women’s pool won 6-3 (keep up, lads!) and women’s darts was cancelled. Doms won 2-1!

Table Tennis beat County 13-6!

In Netball, all A’s games were cancelled, but B’s lost to Fylde 6-36. The Mighty Mountains lost to Enchantresses (Pendle) 4-15.

In football, the B’s drew with Fylde 1-1.

Next week, Bar sports and Table Tennis go up against Bowland!

Netball:

– As V Grad Monday 9pm
– As V Bowland Tuesday 6pm
– Bs V Grad Tuesday 9pm
– Bs V Bowland Wednesday 2pm
– Trev’s Army V Red Angels (Bowland) Thursday 9pm

 

Football: A team go up against Pendle on Wednesday 5pm. B team v County on Saturday at 10am

For more info on Furness fixtures and scores, check out our sports page!

Extrav & Welcome Week Committee!

 

It’s your last chance to sign up for our Extrav Committee! Our first meeting will be held next Monday! If you’ve already signed up, we’ll message you in the next few days. Don’t miss out on the chance to get involved with the event of the year! Message the Furness Facebook if interested!

Very soon we’ll be organising the meeting of the Welcome Week Committee! You’ll be responsible for working with the JCR to organise fresher events and help out during the week. Watch this space for more info!

REP APPLICATIONS

Don’t forget we’re still taking applications for Welcome Week Reps for 2019! It’s a great opportunity to make friends, have some responsibility and it looks lovely on your CV! You can apply HERE. Applications close on Sunday 24th February. Before applying, please read the terms and conditions, which you can find here. 

 

Bailrigg FM 

Every Sunday, Bailrigg FM are kindly allowing Furness students to send in their  music requests from 4pm-5pm.

 

GIN FEST

For the third year running, Lancaster University’s Gin Festival returns with more gins than ever before.
You can expect over 120 gins, signature cocktails, entertainment and much more…
Running from Wednesday 13th February to Saturday 16th February at the following times:
Wednesday 13th February – 4.00pm-Midnight
Thursday 14th February – 4.00pm-Midnight
The GinFest 121 Quiz
Come down and try your hand at our traditional pub quiz! Starting at 8.00pm with free entry.
Friday 15th February – 4.00pm-Midnight
Saturday 16th February – 4.00pm-Midnight

 

Deputy Senior Advisor

Lesley English, Faculty Librarian, has been appointed as the new Deputy Senior Advisor.  We would like to congratulate Lesley on her appointment and look forward to working with her in the College.

 

Feel Good Friday!

All are welcome at the Feel Good Friday event on the 15th February, organised by the Natural Healthcare Centre. There will free tasters, vouchers, information and stalls, and relaxation in the form of acupuncture, aromatherapy and much more! Fylde Common Room, 12pm-3pm.

 

And that’s it, folks! Told you there was a lot going on. Hope you all have a lovely lovely week and look after yourselves! See you next time!

#MightyFurness  #UpTheNess

 

Trev’s Times – WEEK FOURTEEN!

Hello hello hello everyone, welcome back to another Trev’s Times! I can’t believe how quickly the weeks are flying by can you?! Here’s how you can plan your week ahead…

15 Hour Bar Crawl

SAVE THE DATE: The second 15 Hour Bar Crawl has been announced and is rapidly approaching! On Saturday, February 16th we will be once again trekking around Lancaster in search of the best drinks deals, so keep an eye on the Facebook event for more details including the all-important THEME RELEASE and of course ticket sales and prices! See you there!

Self-Love and Self-Care Night

Don’t get lost in the fog of Valentine’s Day… this year, Furness invites you to join us in taking the time to love yourself as well as others.

Pop down to the TV Room on Tuesday, February 12th, for just that.. an evening of self-care with face masks and fruit for a nice, relaxed mid-week break. Click ‘going’ on the event, here, for more updates.

Become a Rep!

Furness is renowned for its amazing Welcome Week Rep system, and now you can be a part of it too! Whether you’ve repped before or would like to get involved we’d love to hear from you! Applications for one of the best and most important roles within the college are now OPEN!

Apply HERE – make sure you have read the terms and conditions (attached below) before applying! Applications close on February 24th.

Furness Welcome Week Reps Ts and Cs

P.S. A huge thank you to everyone who was a Rep during Welcome Week 2018 – we couldn’t have done it without you!

Join our Extrav Committee!

Help us organise the BEST Extrav on campus! If you have any amazing theme ideas, want to work alongside your fab JCR team or even some new people within Furness then let us know! 

ANY Furnessian can join our Extrav Committee, so get your creative juices flowing, Furness, and lets have another INCREDIBLE night!

Message the Furness Facebook Page to register your interest!

Suggestion Box

The end of Week 14 will see the implementation of a Suggestions Box in the Furness Mailroom. This box is for suggestions for the JCR,  any ideas for events or event themes and NON-URGENT* welfare matters.

*If you have any urgent welfare issues or concerns, please contact the Furness Porters, the FurCAT Team, or your Welfare Reps.

Sports

Last week’s sports we saw the Men’s Pool A Team win 5-4, and Bs won 7-2. Men’s As Darts lost 6-3 and Men’s Bs Darts won 9-0. Women’s Pool won 6-3, and Women’s Darts won 5-2. Dominoes won 2-1. Table Tennis won 17-6. All against Lonnie!! Meanwhile… Football As and Netball were cancelled due to poor weather.

In this week’s lineup…

Monday: Bar Sports 7pm against County, Netball Bs play Grad at 8pm, Netball As play Grad at 9pm

Tuesday: Bar Sports 7pm against County, Netball As play Fylde at 7pm

Wednesday: Netball Bs play Fylde at 3pm

Thursday: Netball Trev’s Army vs It’s Getting Hog in Here (GZ) at 8pm

Friday: Netball’s Mighty Mountains play the Enchantresses (Pendle) at 7pm

Don’t forget that you can follow live sports scores on the Furness Sport Facebook Page, where your lovely Sports Officers Jacob and Georgie will keep you up-to-date.

Bailrigg FM Request Hour

Bailrigg FM are offering the students of Furness a request hour every SUNDAY at 4pm!

Earn a £10 Amazon Voucher for taking part in a 90-minute focus group on your experience of Lancaster University

The University and Lancaster University Students’ Union would like to hear from a range of different UK undergraduate student groups:

•           LGBTQ+ students
•           Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students
•           Students from a BTEC background
•           Disabled students
•           Care experienced students
•           White males from low socio-economic backgrounds (typically in receipt of a bursary)
•           Mature students

The Focus Group will be held on Wednesday 6th February 2019.  To register your interest, please email outreach@lancaster.ac.uk and confirm your availability for the 6th February focus group and that you are a UK undergraduate student.

Looking for housemates to live with 2019/20?

Why not come along to a Housing Workshop run by the Transitions Team on Tuesday 5thFebruary, 12.00pm until 1.30pm in Fylde Common Room. The workshop is an opportunity to meet other students who are looking to live off campus next academic year and find people who have similar interests and expectations of shared living. At the workshop, there will also be a short presentation from Lancaster University Homes. Places are limited so to book please email transitions@lancaster.ac.uk

Aaaand that’s about it! Thank you for reading, everyone! If you have any queries, questions or concerns please head to the ‘Talk to Your JCR’ section of the website for all the information you might need!