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Welcome from Experience Durham

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Sport Volunteering Review

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Michaelmas Term Round-Up

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Durham University Music Society

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Durham Student Theatre

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Football At Durham

24-25 What’s Hot on the High Street

18-19 Competition

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Experience Durham

Welcome from Experience Durham Durham University has a strong tradition of student involvement in an impressive range of activities beyond studying at the University. Experience Durham facilitates and supports this rich and diverse activity to ensure that students have access to the best possible networks to advance and develop their skills in sport, outreach and volunteering and, in partnership with Durham Student Union, in music and theatre. Team Durham is the home of student sport at Durham University. In 2012/13 we finished second in the British Universities and Colleges Sports (BUCS) points table, highlighting our excellence in performance level sport. Participation in sport at Durham University is amongst the highest in the UK. Thousands of students play in College teams across 17 different sports. Our community engagement teams offer activities to young people and disadvantaged adults. All facilities are open to members of the public. Our body of 15,000 students helps bring Durham and the surrounding area to life with a wide range of vibrant theatre and music events that are open to everyone every week of term. Students produce, manage, direct and perform a wide variety of theatrical genres from musicals to comedies, tragedies to pantomimes. The home of Durham Student Theatre is the Assembly Rooms Theatre on the Bailey in Durham. Performances also take place in our World Heritage Site locations. Durham student musicians regularly perform all types of music, from Chamber Choirs to

string orchestras, Big Bands and folk music, in venues across the city including Durham Cathedral. Students and staff are committed to improving and engaging with local communities through our two volunteering schemes, freely giving hundreds of hours to support those communities through tutoring and befriending projects, conservation work etc. Durham University is a welcoming community and Experience Durham invites staff, students and the wider community to come together to enjoy the musical and theatrical performances that our students put on; to come and cheer our high performing sports teams; to use our fitness suites and participate in activity classes, or to engage with our staff in their community outreach work. The following articles focus on the Michaelmas term’s highlights across the broad range of activities offered throughout Experience Durham, and we hope you will enjoy exploring our diverse programme.

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COMMUNITY

Student Community Action Report

With 800 new volunteers, the start of this academic year looked to be a good one for Student Community Action (SCA) and, looking back at the last term, it has been a fantastic start! Remembrance Sunday. Student Community Action welcomed members of the public and the university to enjoy tea and cakes at St John’s College after the Remembrance Sunday Cathedral service and provided a chance for people of all ages to get together and commemorate members of the armed forces who sacrificed themselves in WWI. The event was a great success attracting over 60 people including many members of the local community who were impressed by the work of SCA and the desire of students to serve, and get to know, the Durham community.

Dr Who’s enemies celebrated his 50th birthday in Stockton Central Library where SCA volunteers ran craft activities for local children. There was also an opportunity to meet life-sized Daleks and see the TARDIS up close. Our volunteers even got a cheeky photo whilst they were there! Over the term SCA ran a number of tea parties for local care homes. These included a Christmas party and one, most notably, for

As our projects continue to multiply and grow, it’s good to look at some of the more memorable moments over the term. English Corner kick-started the year with a pizza night to enable international students to converse with native English speakers; Computeas brought Durham’s over 50s up to speed with Facebook; the Thurston project put on a fabulous Christmas show of ‘The Wizard of OZ’ and MFL brought the delights of lebkuchen to a primary school classroom.

If you are wondering why you embarked on your degree in the first place and what it was you loved about your subject, maybe you could try tutoring some local GCSE and A level students. It’s only an hour a week, 7pm-8pm Monday-Thursday, or, perhaps you are bored of the library and you fancy getting out and about with some gardening at 2pm Wednesday in Durham City. Alternatively we have a new Dance and Drama Group at 7pm-9pm on Tuesdays in a local community centre. Whatever your interest, drop us an email (community. action@durham.ac.uk) or come and see us (Level C, Students’ Union) for more information. Written by Rebecca Byrne

There is still so much to get involved in.

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VOLUNTEERING

Sport Volunteering

review

For the latter half of Michaelmas Term

in the Palace Green Debating Chambers, has

students and the local community and break

volunteering within Team Durham was

become an eagerly awaited event. After 8

down perceptions and hostilities.

non-stop. By the end of October all of our

weeks of preparation, with the aid of 6

projects were up and running, allowing local

student volunteers: Jessica Redmond (St.

adults and children the opportunity to

Mary’s), Andrew Plygawko (Grey), Eleanor

increase their health and broaden their skills

Kramers (St. Mary’s), Ben Stuart (St. Hild &

through activities run by student volunteers.

St. Bede), Jamie Harris (St. Hild & St. Bede)

Activities ranged from tennis, rowing and

Halloween, activities such as pumpkin

and Taryn Cornell (St. Cuthbert’s Society),

trampolining to debating, kurling and indoor

decorating, scarecrow making and a

participants argued for and against the title:

Ghostbuster’s relay went down well. At the

‘This House would Legalise Euthanasia’. As

end of October, we awarded Lizzie Chapman

Since the beginning of term, the Second

always this was a very successful project

(St. Mary’s), the first Volunteer of the Month

Chance Project – helping addicts on their

with extremely positive feedback and

for 2013 / 2014 for her efforts in helping with

road to recovery – has been a fantastic

comments suggesting that this experience,

this camp. Since then, Edward Gleadowe

success. The annual debating project, hosted

and others like it, bridge the gap between

(Collingwood) and Robert Lewis (Grey)

bowling.

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In October we saw over 30 children, aged 4-11, flood into Maiden Castle to participate in a huge range of activities for the half term holiday camp. As the week included


As the week included Halloween, activities such as pumpkin decorating, scarecrow making and a Ghostbuster’s relay went down well

jointly won the November award for their commitment to coaching rowing. In the run up to Christmas there were many Christmas events held within our projects, celebrating the successes of the groups and giving everyone the opportunity for special competition and an excuse to eat plenty of food! This was particularly well received by the New Age Kurling participants, with an

Maiden Castle, organised by our student volunteers. This event saw teenagers from Years 7 and above from around the county, coming to compete for prizes and selection onto the next level. It was a fantastic event and ran smoothly, which wouldn’t have been possible without all the help from the volunteers! Written by Lucy Butt

For more details of our events or if you wish to get involved and do some volunteering of your own, visit our website: https://www.teamdurham. com/community/ or find us on Facebook: Team Durham Sport Volunteering.

extremely successful Christmas competition being held between our two groups. Finally, in December, the Co Durham Indoor Schools Rowing Competition was held at

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SPORT

Team Durham Michaelmas Term round-up The Tennis Club have secured the most BUCS points so far with 220, while Hockey (208) and Lacrosse (187) round off the top three. Highlights? The Women’s Lacrosse squad beat an England Elite and Development squad 17-7, extending their unbeaten record. The fixture marked the official opening, by Sport England, of the Rubber Crumb facility at Maiden Castle. The Men’s Football 1st XI, in their first season in Premier North, secured a memorable 3- 0 opening home win against the reigning champions Loughborough.

HANNAH LOWTHER TEAM DURHAM PRESIDENT Eleven seasons of British Universities and College Sport (BUCS) competition has seen Loughborough dominate. The record breaking first term however, saw the Palatinates provide their biggest ever challenge, topping the points table on several occasions, including during the final week. This is a huge achievement as Loughborough had always been top after October. Loughborough have now regained the lead following the Swimming Short Course Championships, but the Palatinates are comfortable in second place on 1980 pts, 253 ahead of Bath. 79 University teams compete in the BUCS fixtures programme. A further 8 University clubs take part in one off events. In 1292 fixtures, the Palatinates were victorious in 816, a win percentage of 63%. Twelve Durham 1st teams currently sit top of their respective Premier North divisions including Basketball, Hockey, Lacrosse, Rugby Union, Tennis and Water Polo. Men’s Fencing, Women’s Football and Women’s Lacrosse are already guaranteed Premier North titles.

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A partnership with the Army saw 12 Club Presidents, team captains and coaches attend a leadership training weekend with the Northumbrian Officer Training Corps. Students had the opportunity to tackle the Army assault course. Attention now turns to the latter stages of BUCS league and cup competitions, with many of our teams tipped to succeed at the BUCS finals on March 25th-26th in Surrey.

The record breaking first term however, saw the Palatinates provide their biggest ever challenge, topping the points table on several occasions, including during the final week


the programme, Futsal and Mini Tennis. For the first time, the inter-collegiate Rowing competition will contribute to the College league table and could cause a shake-up in the standings. The Pennant series will carry the most points, while the indoor rowing championship will also be put towards the college competition. Additionally Skiing, as part of Palatinalps, will also carry college points for the first time, as will the indoor ergo event in Canoeing in February.

TOM NEWMAN TEAM DURHAM’S COLLEGE SPORT MANAGER This second term programme of College Sport will be the most eventful…. ever. For

The College Festival of Sport concludes the programme on Tuesday 10th June, and will finish off a summer term filled with rounders, cricket, and tennis college competitions. This will determine final positions on the college points table and with Aldi as event sponsors, the day promises to be an exciting climax to the season. Look out for more information on team entry during the Epiphany term.

Top college teams from Durham will compete against their counterparts at York in March

the first time we are participating in a College Varsity Competition against York University. Top college teams from Durham will compete against their counterparts at York in March. This prestigious event is new to the College Sport calendar and is to be a regular feature. The finals of the Hockey and Football knockout competitions look set to be a highlight. Big crowds are expected as the season comes to a conclusion in the final week of Epiphany term. Individual events begin this term along with new additions to

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MUSIC

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Durham’s talented musicians have been incredibly busy recently! Here’s a rundown of what we’ve been up to:Before Christmas, top choral singers were put through their paces by recently appointed Honorary Fellow Ralph Allwood MBE.

Sir Tom Allen came and spoke about the future of music. You can see this online at https://www.dur.ac.uk/castle.lectures/ programme/cls201314/tomallen/

Durham University Symphony Orchestra gave an amazing account of Vaughan Williams’s monumental Fifth Symphony.

Durham Opera Ensemble wowed audiences with their Darkness and Light production.

Castle’s top musicians put on Bach’s festive Christmas Oratorio. Chamber Choir packed out the Cathedral Chapter House. Big Band sold out gigs at Durham Students Union and Matt & Phreds Jazz Club in Manchester. Choral Society took on Handel’s famous Messiah. A Cappella packed out the music department for their first ever concert.

Concert Band and Brass Band worked with schools in the area. Durham University Music Society held their first ever London event – drinks in Convent Garden and held a dinner for 180 students. It’s quite a list, and of course we haven’t been able to mention the hundreds of other performances that took place round the university. We’re busy…you get the idea! This term sees a return for Sir Tom Allen giving a DUMS Masterclass on 10th March. There’ll also be DUMS Musicians’ Dinner at Hatfield, Mendelssohn’s complete organ sonatas, Bach’s St John Passion with Chamber Choir and some amazing soloists. There’ll be more jazz with Big Band and we’re visited by world-renowned pianist Martin Roscoe!

We’re busy… you get the idea!

On top of all of that, there’ll be an enormous concert for Choral Society, Chamber Choir and DUOS in the Cathedral AND a London concert at St John’s Smith Square with the London Chorus and New London Orchestra.

Check out the What’s On Guide for a full round-up. https://www.dur.ac.uk/ whatson/music/

Written by Jonathan Clinch

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DRAMA

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2013 was a year of development for Durham Student Theatre, but there are still plenty of highlights to be celebrated. The Edinburgh Fringe In August, DST took 9 productions to the Edinburgh Festival. Most DST shows received 4 star reviews, with a few gaining the coveted 5 star rating. One of our members, Idgie Beau, received a National Student Drama Festival Commendation for her play ‘A Hundred Minus One Day’.

Shincliffe Primary to present a show entitled ‘The Last Word’. DST worked backstage, creating a collaboration between the community and the university. DST has also been working closely with Enter CIC, a local charity that works with underprivileged young adults and children in and around Ferryhill.

Performances

The Assembly Rooms

Last term, Durham Student Theatre saw over 70 performances with members involved across Durham at the Assembly Rooms Theatre, Caedmon Hall, the Norman Chapel, Fountains Hall and more! With 20 individual shows, audiences were spoilt for choice. Congratulations to both The Importance of Being Earnest and Jerusalem for almost selling out The Assembly Rooms Theatre!

Durham Student Theatre rolled out a new

DST in the Community After the success of Zambia last Summer, Durham Student Theatre is heading out there again. The team, headed by Ellis-Anne Dunmall and Ellie Gauge, will again work with local children and perform at the Zambezi Sun for locals and heads of state. Back home, a local theatre company, Off the Page Drama worked with children from

Box Office system for on-the-door tickets and has published an all new logo. Here’s the DST upcoming production programme for the theatre: W/C 17th February Oook! presents Lord and Ladies W/C 24th February Durham Improvised Musical and The Zambia Project Show W/C 3rd March

One of our members, Idgie Beau, received a National Student Drama Festival Commendation DST in the Gala Theatre We have two DST theatre companies in the Gala Theatre. At the start of last term DULOG performed Guys and Dolls. Reviews were extremely positive. We also see the Durham Revue returning On February 21st with the Oxford Revue and Cambridge Footlights. An exciting evening of comedy is in store. Tickets are available on the Gala Theatre website.

Aidan’s College Theatre presents

Durham Drama Festival

Bedroom Farce

Durham Drama Festival ran from 12th to 15th February to celebrate new student writing. Well done to the following successful scripts. DST look forward to seeing these performed in venues across Durham very soon!

W/C 10th March DULOG presents The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee W/C 17th March Lion Theatre Company presents Black Comedy

The Eve of St. Agnes by Antonia Goddard Still Life by Sian Green Quantum Immortality by Mariam Hayat Varmints (devised) directed by Ella Holloway Roadway and Bink by Ruby Lawrence Puppet State by Chris Yeates Casting Bronze by Thomas Morcom What's The Harm? by Alex Prescot The Noctambulist by Joe Skelton Written by Charly Burnell

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DUAFC A success story Durham University Association Football Club (DUAFC) have enjoyed a meteoric rise through the ranks in recent seasons. Just three years ago they were competing in division Northern 3B of the BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sports) league pyramid, but an incredible sequence of three successive promotions means they now play in the highest echelon of university football. In 2010/11 they climbed out of Northern 3B with ease, and then maintained their form the following season, finishing top of Northern 2B without dropping a point. A mass exodus of players followed due to graduations, but in the 2012/13 season a new-look team managed to overcome the likes of Leeds Met, Leeds and Liverpool en

Durham’s home. Sheffield Hallam, Northumbria and Nottingham make up the rest of the numbers, in a compact six-team league. The BUCS league season consists of just ten initial league games (home and away against position dictates their draw in the BUCS Premier Leagues merge. Durham currently sit in fourth position, after recording wins over Sheffield Hallam and a remarkable double over Loughborough. Attention will soon turn to the knockout phase of the season, when Durham have the

winner away at local rivals Newcastle. The BUCS Northern Premier League, including the reigning national champions

chance to progress to the later stages of the prestigious national cup for the first time in decades. Club Captain Kyri Pittalis is excited about the first-team’s prospects.

Loughborough and the home of the Scottish

“It’s remarkable what the club has achieved

Institute of Sport in Stirling University, is now

the last few seasons - it’s testament to the

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Written by Spencer Brown

Cup, when the Northern and Southern

from Northern 1A.

of the season, courtesy of a last-minute

“We’ve also got an important few weeks ahead for the second team, as well as the futsal team.”

each team), after which each team’s league

route to a historic, and dramatic, promotion

The league win was secured on the final day

hard work so many people have put in on and off the pitch. We’ve enjoyed this season so far and know on our day that we can beat anybody in this competition,” he said.

An incredible sequence of three successive promotions means they now play in the highest echelon of university football


CCAFC Collingwood College Association Football Club (CCAFC) keeps growing year on year, and their dominance over the college football scene shows no sign of abating. The A team won the College Premiership title two years ago without losing a game, and retained it last year. The B team, who also compete in the highest

league (the only B team to do so), also won the cup two years ago. In addition, the E team have stormed through the leagues in recent seasons, with two successive promotions propelling them into Division 1. They are unbeaten in the league so far, and claimed the notable scalp of Van Mildert A team with a stunning 4-1 win. They are also one of four Collingwood teams in the quarter finals of the cup, meaning it is overwhelmingly likely that CCAFC will be

lifting silverware again this season. The club is expanding in numbers year on year, and a J team had to be established this campaign to cater for the demand. Club President Jeremy Talbot believes there are now roughly 180 members of CCAFC. “It’s great to see the club growing year on year and this is down to the ethos of the club. CCAFC welcome footballers of all abilities and we see the social side of the club as being just as important as the football,” he said.

Terrific Trevs Aiming to End Season as Table Toppers For one of the smallest colleges Trevelyan’s presence is definitely felt on the football field where an unbeaten winning streak has taken the Women’s team to the brink of premiership glory. Trevs is traditionally known for its musical talent but it is on the football pitch where their Women’s football team (TCWFC) have been making sweet music following a series of impressive victories which has gained them the reputation of this season’s team to beat. Only a few seasons ago TCWFC were playing in Division 1. They were promoted to the Premiership after being crowned Division 1 Champions in the 2011/12 season. However, last season came as a bit of a reality check, after cruising through the previous season beating teams 15-0 Trevs faced stiffer competition as they adjusted

to the demands of life in the Premiership. They still managed to finish a respectable 5th in the league and also made the Floodlit Cup Final for a third consecutive year yet losing to arch rivals Collingwood for a second year running. With a large intake of talented freshers, and under the guidance of coaches Chris Roy, Jen King and captain Harriet Plows, they have become genuine title contenders and are still in contention for the illustrious treble. Having captained the team for 2 seasons, Plows stated she would be “immensely proud to see Trevs win the Premiership” and revealed it would be a “massive deal” as Trevelyan is not known for being a sporty college.

become Women’s Premiership Champions. Plows described her experience of captaining TCWFC as “by far one of the best things I’ve done in Durham” and will be hoping to round off a remarkable few seasons by lifting the trophy come February 15th.

The league decider will be a showdown with Collingwood where a win or draw will see Durham’s third smallest college

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stamp DUWAFC their authority on University Women’s Football

Durham University finished the 2012/13 season ranked second in the British Universities and College Sport League (BUCS) and are currently retaining this position for the 2013/14 season. One team which contributes greatly to Durham’s sporting credentials is the University’s Women’s Athletic Football Club (DUWAFC). vHaving finished joint second last season the 1st team have been the dominant force in this season’s league going unbeaten and winning the Northern league in record time before Christmas. Similarly, the second team are enjoying a successful season sitting just 1 point behind local rivals, and 1st placed, Northumbria and at the time of writing are still in contention for the Cup competition. Prospects are looking very bright for both teams and it is success like this that is helping to transform Durham into one of the best institutions for Women’s Football.

Club captain and 1st team player, Anna Faux, has high hopes for DUWAFC. Faux has ambitions for both teams to win their respective Cups and for the 1st team to become Futsal champions for the 3rd consecutive year. Women’s Football has benefited from a growing profile in recent years and its increasing popularity is evident at Durham. The 2nd team was formed a few seasons ago due to increased demand and this year saw more girls than ever at trials. With more players available, both teams are going from strength to strength and are a true reflection of the talent and athletic prowess that Team Durham possesses. The 1st team will be aiming to finish the league unbeaten and are rapidly building a reputation as the team to beat. Having already secured the league, attention will soon turn to the BUCS Cup competition. Last year they were runners up but this season they hope to go one better and cement their place amongst University’s Women’s Football elite. With tough fixtures ahead, in the league and cup, for both the 1st and 2nd teams let’s hope they can continue to win and further stamp their authority on University Women’s Football. Written by Ellen Farrell

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Spring style The reign of the metrosexual man is still firmly on the rise for Spring 2014. Long gone is the need for a Neanderthal appearance to prove masculinity…however a bit of stubble or neatly preened beard are always a good finishing touch to any outfit. Men’s fashion is becoming more diverse in both garments and style, with a lot more being offered this season than ever before, which I am sure will be great news for all you fashion savvy men. The Spring 2014 shows were based around block colours and made large reference to the sport trend which has been present for the last few seasons. However it was the floral trend that blossomed on the catwalk and is set to be one of this season’s biggest trends. After gracing an array of catwalks, floral has now hit the High Street but this is not a trend for those who are wary of bright, bold prints. The trend can have a feminine feel if not styled correctly however if only small elements are incorporated with the use of statement pieces, this season’s most colourful trend is simple to wear. Stripes are another trend which are continuing to prove popular. Forget the nautical look that last Spring brought, this time around it is all about horizontal and broad chunky stripes. Following on from last season, animal print remains prominent yet the key focus is now on faux snake skin rather than leopard print. This design seems to have established itself most strongly in the accessories sector, where it is used sparingly. However if you are daring enough to wear a full snake skin garment, why not? One of the most practical but stylish staples for Spring is lightweight outerwear. Designers have finally realised that the British weather is not great…unfortunately! However the one major advantage of this fashion is the wide range of coats and jackets that have been designed especially for the ‘warmer’ months and are essential editions for any wardrobe. The Spring season has witnessed the appearance of a more simplistic colour palette, with white and grey neutral tones creating some of the most effective looks. It appears that the block colour trend is on the rise, with many of the staple pieces being designed as transitional garments. This is a guarantee that the colour block trend will be growing into the Summer season if not all the way through until Autumn…but maybe for now we should look forward to the possibility of a bit of sunshine!

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As the New Year begins, resolutions come into place, the rain starts to clear and we see the sun peering through the darkened clouds. We wave goodbye to the Winter season, the Spring opens new doors to the exciting New Year ahead, with a ton of new trends to make your head spin. I’ve hand picked the most wearable and affordable style updates for your 2014 wardrobe to see you through until Summer. Staying a prominent contender from Autumn/Winter to Spring is the pastel trend. One of the best things about this trend is that you can pick your favorite shade and wear with a silhouette that flatters you. If your wanting a statement piece, a pastel coat is the ticket as it can brighten any everyday outfit and will see you through until Summer. Always in Spring we are given the floral trend year after year. This year designers have added their modern 3D detailing through appliquéd floral, shown at Mary Katrantzou on her cocktail dresses. This trend is sure to be popular through until Summer as there’s a piece of clothing to fit everyone’s taste. Whether your style is casual, a crew neck jumper with a printed pocket is ideal, or if you like to be smartly dressed, floral dresses are the key for this season. This trend is also very versatile. It can vary from a casual look to something you’d wear on an evening, whether it be a casual printed tee or a detailed shift dress, buying one piece can be worn many different ways. The trend can also be worn day and night through different color variations of the flowers. A floral wrap skirt for example can be worn during the day with a lightweight top and patent point flats and on the night the flats can be swapped for a chunky pointed heel and paired with a structured blazer.

As the New Year begins, resolutions come into place, the rain starts to clear and we see the sun peering through the darkened clouds

One fabric that is running throughout catwalk shows is the trusted lace. Whether you like the fabric in hues of pastels or like a wilder side of lace with toxic shades, this fabric is here to stay due to its versatile colours and will defiantly stay a favourite among the fashion fanatics. Whether you buy one statement piece or a selection out of the different trends this season, you’ll be up to date and be at the peak of fashion. The best place to pick up these garments is the High Street as they produce a variety of clothing to rival the catwalk. Written by Rio Beadie

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Rosie goes red My appointment at Hale was a really relaxing

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experience with great results. When I arrived

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Our Starbucks store - situated on the ground floor

GET TOGETHER. OVER COFFEE. .

of the hotel - is open 7 days a week. marriot_condensed_bold_abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz`1234567890-=[]\;’,./ ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ~!@#$%^&*()_+{}|:”<>? Our Starbucks store - situated on the ground floor å∫ç∂´ƒ©˙ˆ∆˚¬µ˜øπœ®ß†¨√∑≈¥Ω`¡™£¢∞§¶•ªº–≠“‘«…æ≤≥÷ ÅıÇÎ´Ï˝ÓˆÔÒ˜Ø∏Œ‰Íˇ¨◊„˛Á¸`⁄‹›fifl‡°·‚—±”’»ÚƯ˘¿ Á¸`⁄‹›fifl‡°·‚—±”’»ÚƯ˘¿|áéíóúâêîôûàèìòùäëïöüÿãñõÁÉÍÓÚÀÈÌÒÙÄËÏÖÜŸÑÃÕÂÊÎÔÛ ”“’‘ '"

of the hotel - is open 7 days a week. Offering a wide variety of teas and coffees plus delicious sandwiches and pastries - it's great place to meet and relax. Offering aawide plus delicious Offering widevariety varietyofofteas teasand andcoffees coffees plus delicious sandwiches and sandwiches andpastries pastries- It's - it'sa great place placeto tomeet meetand andrelax. relax.

For more information call 0191 375 3614 For more information call 0191 375 3614

DURHAM MARRIOTT HOTEL ROYAL COUNTY Old Elvet, Durham, DH1 3JN Phone: 0191 386 6821 DURHAM MARRIOTT HOTEL ROYAL COUNTY Old Elvet, Durham, DH1 3JN Phone: 0191 386 6821 Opening hours: Monday to Friday 7.00am to 7.00pm, Saturday 8.00am to 6.00pm and Sunday 8.00am to 5.00pm.


STORAGE FOR STUDENTS

safe/dry/secure From only ÂŁ10* per week! Free pick-up and drop off** (*plus VAT **pre-booked)

0191 378 3511 www.durhamselfstore.com

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