STUDENT VOICES: Churchill Square Set To Hold Student Lock In

On Wednesday 2nd October, Churchill Square Shopping Centre will again be holding their student lock in, an event which saw over 14,000 students pass through the doors last year.

The over 18s night includes student deals of up to 30% off from the likes of H&M, Topshop, Topman, Urban Outfitters, Levis and more as well as fun activities such as make overs, competitions and goodie bags. Students will also be able to enjoy DJ sets from Coalition whilst they do their shopping.

To sign up for the event, head to their website to register. Alternatively you can register at the customer service desk in Churchill Square on the day.

Don’t forget to take your student ID with you as well as your verification email to get your wristband!

The lock in will take place between 6.30pm and 10pm. See you there!

The Verse Staff

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