Student Union Nights and Essential Wear

STUDENT UNION NIGHTS AND ESSENTIAL WEAR

Valentine’s day is classically an event for condom distribution and campaigns. Here’s the UK Condom Essential Wear Valentine’s activity:

Students: Show a condom and get rewarded at selected student union bars and clubs over Valentine’s.

Find a list of participating universities below.

  • Aston University – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    13th February 2009
  • Bishop Grosseteste University – Show a Condom Get a Free Gift
    Part of SHAG week activities
  • University of Bradford – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    13th February 2009
  • Brunel University – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    13th February 2009
  • The Central School of Speech and Drama,
    The University of London –
    Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    13th February 2009
  • De Montfort University – Queue Jump with a Condom
    14th February 2009
  • University of Greenwich – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    13th February 2009
  • Inverness College – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    Part of SHAG week activities
  • Kingston University – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    12th February 2009
  • London Metropolitan University – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
  • Manchester Metropolitan University – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    13th and 14th Feb
  • Newcastle University – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    14th February 2009
  • University of Northampton – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    6th March
  • Nottingham University – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
  • University of Plymouth – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    12 and 13th January 2009
  • St George’s, University of London – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
  • Teeside University – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    Part of SHAG week activities
  • Worcester University – Show a Condom and Get a Free Gift
    13th February

The Universities will either run “Queue jump with a condom” or “Show a condom get a free gift”. For more details you should contact either individual student unions or the University for details.

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