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University of Suffolk Singers Society

University of Suffolk Singers Society

£25.00

Description

**Payments are now being processed through the Student's Union. Please contact Teresa Steward for information on how to make payment**

£25 subscription fee per term (£2.50 per session) to attend Singing Sessions every Monday (5pm - 6.30pm)

Sessions are open to both staff, students, alumni and all those part of the University of Suffolk Community

 

Detailed Description

**Payments are now being processed through the Student's Union. Please contact Teresa Steward for information on how to make payment**

£25 subscription fee per term to attend Singing Sessions. Each term will normally consist of 10 sessions. Sessions are open to both staff and students at the University of Suffolk, alumni and all those part of the wider University Community. Sessions will be held every Monday between 5pm and 6.30pm normally in the Auditorium WAD 1 or Lecture Theatre 1 (WLT1), University of Suffolk, Waterfront Building (see University of Suffolk Singers Society for venue confirmation each week)

Please note that it will not be possible to refund any sessions not attended, which means that this purchase is non-refundable. The only exception being in the unlikely event that society does not go ahead due to the minimum take up level of 15 people not being reached.

Photograph(s)/video image(s) are often taken during sessions and events and are used to promote the services provided by University of Suffolk and University of Suffolk Student Union. There will be an opportunity on the next page to specify whether or not you consent to this. If you give consent you confirm the following; I understand that the images may be used in a range of media including: national/local media and trade/consumer media, leaflets, prospectuses, exhibition material, newsletters, posters, CD-ROMs, videos and the University of Suffolk/University of Suffolk Student Union website. I understand that the copyright remains with University of Suffolk.