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Once again as in olden days, it’s the happy golden days leading up to Christmas! For those that celebrate the holiday or like to partake in the festive season, this 2019 Christmas guide will give you some great ideas, advice and shout outs for current seasonal events and student deals.
What to look forward to:
If you weren’t planning on going home as the semester ends, the community of Reading host some promising Christmas events in the upcoming days and weeks.» >Read More »
Loads of Christmas presents to buy but no money? Here’s my guide on how to buy all those presents without splashing out on the cash.
Make sure that you buy the most important presents first. You don’t want to buy presents for all your friends before realising that you don’t have enough money to buy presents for your family.
Sales are your friend
The best way to get good quality presents that your friends and family will actually like is to shop the sales.» >Read More »
As you settle into your pyjamas at the end of Christmas Day and sink into the sofa, unable to move because of all the food and drink consumed, the last thing you’d ever consider is how much food and packaging there has been wasted over the festive period. These tips are here to make your Christmas wonderful without being so wasteful.
- This year, its time to get creative with brown paper!
“What the Dickens?” Scrooge shouted before she met the first of the three spirits. And honestly, same.Read More »
Early this December the University’s Feminist Society held an appeal in support of a local charity called Launchpad.Read More »
From a very young age, it is a very common thing that children are told by their parents the wonderful tale of the so-called magical Father Christmas. He is a described to be a large and jolly man, who wears a red and white suit. Every year he is thought to come down the chimney to give them the things their hearts most desire. So, from an extremely vulnerable and gullible age, children are being lied to.» >Read More »
"You been stealing from the poor and unsuspecting dead again?". A Christmas Carol comes to Reading with some unexpected adaptations.Read More »