Mon 26 February 2024 12:00-14:00
The Engagement Space in The Students’ Union on Glenside Campus
12:00 - 14:00
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Come and buy some sweet treats to raise money for the Fairtrade Foundation! Both cash and card will be accepted.
The Fairtrade Foundation works with farmers and workers to ensure that everyone gets a fair deal. This enables them to improve their living standards, invest in their communities and businesses, and protect our shared environment.
If you'd like to bake some cakes for this bake sale please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
WHERE TO FIND US:
The Engagement Space at The Students’ Union on Glenside Campus
HOW TO SIGN UP:
Just turn up on the day!
The Students’ Union at UWE welcomes all abilities/ disabilities, ages, ethnicities, and genders
into our spaces. If you have any questions, concerns or additional requirements then please
let us know so that we can make your time at this event as comfortable as possible.
For more information about this event, please contact: email@example.com.
Disabled parking: Yes
Step-free access: Yes
Automatic doors: Yes
Accessible toilets: Yes
Induction loop: No
Guide/ assistance dog-friendly: Yes
Quiet spaces available: Yes
Cycle: Glenside is easily accessible from several local cycle routes. There are showers, lockers, bike shelters and free bike tools available on campus. Follow this link for cycle info and routes to all campuses. https://www.uwe.ac.uk/life/campus-and-facilities/getting-to-and-from-uwe#section-2
Walk: Glenside Campus is a 30 min (approx.) walk from Frenchay Campus, either via Stoke Lane or through Stoke Park Estate. Please note that these routes include steep hills.
Bus: First Bus services 5 and 48A stop directly outside the main entrance to Glenside Campus. The 48A runs every 20 mins between Frenchay and Glenside.
Drive: Parking is available on campus for permit holders only. Please ensure you have either an annual permit OR a free ‘permission to park’ permit along with a daily parking token displayed in your windscreen.