In celebration of Wellbeing Week, we’ve had free breakfasts for cyclists, the friendliest guide dogs known to man and some al fresco creative writing on campus. Below we’ve rounded up a few of the highlights so far.
If you’d like to share your Wellbeing Week content, our official hashtag is #LivUniWellbeing.
Campus Fun Run
Despite a rainy start to the day, runners weren’t put off and more than 300 students and staff ran in our campus 5k today.
Congratualtions to the race winners, Emma Bentley and Matthew Collyer. Full results below:
1. Emma Bentley (Staff)
2. Alexandra Kokkinaki (Alumni)
3. Eleanor Mackillop (Staff)
1. Matthew Collyer (Student)
2. Tom Atkinson (Student)
3. Al Smithson (Staff)
Bike Maintenance at Leahurst
The Campus Support Team and members from Green Guild were at our Leahurst campus helping fix students’ bikes.
Knit and Natter
Lots of staff and students went along to our Knit and Natter session, which was held in the KnowHow Study Space.
The Bite Club and Sustainability team were up early on Monday, serving hot frittatas and muffins to cyclists outside the Guild. Delicious.
Upcoming Wellbeing Week activities
There are still plenty of activities set to take place across campus during the remainder of the week. Tomorrow, the falconry display returns to the University and promises another great show. Then on Friday, University Square will be transformed by our Wellbeing Fete, complete with an inflatable obstacle course, football darts and a Shetland pony.
To find out more and to register for activities, please visit our Wellbeing Week webpages. Don’t forget to share your content with us using our official hashtag: #LivUniWellbeing.