New committee members sought: be part of our winning team!
Who is behind ‘Cranfield University’s Walks‘?
Our current committee comprises Xiaojian, Daniel, Moustafa, and Kristina – all PhD students who are working on writing up their theses and leaving Cranfield University sooner or later. Can our award-winning student walking society function after we are gone? We think so – provided that other students become members of our committee and get involved in organising our activities. After all, ‘Cranfield University’s Walks‘ is a student society run by students for students. We currently have these vacancies available:
1st and 2nd Photo Editors
Walks Information Officer
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to be at the heart of the student community at Cranfield University: as I say, it is priceless to see Cranfield students so happy and smiling on our walks in the fresh air, out in the beautiful countryside. By being part of our committee, you gain valuable transferable skills such as web editing and events organising. Or perhaps you already have some great experience that could benefit our student walking society ‘Cranfield University’s Walks’. Whatever the reason, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you are interested to be part of our winning team and to discuss further these positions!-)
Our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Record-breaking weekend 4 ‘Cranfield University’s walks
Our student walk society ‘Cranfield University’s Walks‘ had a very busy weekend during which new Cranfield University’s students showed record interest in our walks:
On Saturday 29th September 34 of Cranfield University’s students attended an early afternoon walk across the fields to Lodge Farm, North Crawley. It was so nice to see the current student president Atma joining us for this event.!-) At one point our group split and so some of us went on a little detour via North Crawley village, before heading to Lodge Farm. Angela who runs the Lodge Farm farm shop – and a current winner of our award for the “most welcoming local business” – prepared especially for us her amazing homemade cakes, ice cream and freshly baked bread. We sat in the garden sipping a cup of tea /coffee and watched those having a go at the trampoline or wandered off to say hello to the chickens. Then it was time to head back to Cranfield University via the working stables next door to Lodge Farm. Big thank you goes to our group of walk leaders for this walk: Shiwei, Moustafa, Nelia, Jason and Asteris. Special appearance by Periklis who travelled all the way from Rugby to attend this walk – wow!
After the walk, there was annual student clubs and societies fair from 5 to 8pm, organised by Cranfield Students’ Association. What very busy 3 hours it was! We did not stop! Big thank you goes to Alan and Graham for manning our table so eloquently; also Nelia, Farrukh and Periklis for their support. And let’s not forget to acknowledge the presence of our amazing photographers Asteris and Xiaojian, who is also our Photo Editor.
On Sunday 30 September we organised a walk to Cranfield village. Last year the attendance was good – but this year, it was record-breaking! We counted 83 Cranfield University students at the start of this walk! Unbelievable! We descended on Cranfield village like a swarm of bees! We stopped at a local co-op supermarket, then getting a view of Marston Trift and Forest of Marston Vale, before heading back on a small section of the National Route 51 of the National Cycle Network and then using the footpath that circumnavigates Cranfield airport. Big thank you goes to our group of walk leaders for this walk: Alan, Nelia,Farrukh, Dave and Alex. Also to our photographers Alan and Tomas.
On Monday 1 October at lunchtime there was yet another annual fair in CSA which was an oportunity for new students to meet representatives of ‘Cranfield University’s Walks’: We answered students’ numerous questions and signed up more new members. Big thank you goes to our great team – Andrew, Jason and Eduardo and our award-winning photographer Asteris.
This was our busiest weekend yet, with record attendance on our walks. The two student clubs & societies fairs led to 54 students and staff being recruited as our members. More are to join, as I gather from the number of email enquiries we’ve had in the past couple of days!-)
If you like to join our walking society, visit our Membership page and follow the instructions there.
Photos from last year’s club & societies fair – photos courtesy of Asteris Apostolidis, Xiaojian Huang and Alan Nelson.
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Join ‘Cranfield University’s Walks’ at Clubs and Societies Fair
Cranfield Students’ Association holds its annual fair in CSA on Saturday 29/09/2012 from 5 to 8pm and on Monday 01/10/21012 from 12.30 to 2pm
This is your chance to meet members of ‘Cranfield University’s Walks‘ and renew your annual membership or to register with our student walking society for the first time.
Last year the fair was an excellent opportunity to introduce our society ‘Cranfield University’s Walks’ to new students. There was a lot of interest in our walks and we have signed up 44 new members, bringing the total to over 70 paid members.
If you like to join our walking society, you can either come to the upcoming CSA fair or visit our Membership page for more information on how to join.
Photos from last year’s club & societies fair – photos courtesy of Shiroshana Tissera
Clubs and Societies Fair
Cranfield Students’ Association hold its annual fair on Saturday 2 and Thursday 4 October.
This was an excellent opportunity to introduce our society to new students. There was a lot of interest in our walks and we have signed up 44 new members! Many thanks to Eduardo, Graham and Periklis for taking their time to represent our society at the fair; special thanks to Graham who attended Saturday’s event at a very short notice indeed.
If you like to join our walking society, you can still do so – see our Membership page for more information.
Photos courtesy of Shiroshana Tissera
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