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Words by The Spark’s Entertainment Editor, Lois Plummer.
The setting of a lilac sun signalled the start of the biggest and longest student night of the
year: the 2019 Summer Ball.
Excitement buzzed as students flocked to the open green behind the Students’ Union, adorned with glitter and festival-wear, ready for our very own end-of- year campus festival.
The brisk summer evening was graced with endless festival essentials: the flashing neon of fairground rides, the delicious smells coming from the food vans, and not to mention the nightlong supply of music.» >Read More »