Wellbeing Day competition winners
28 February 2013
Prize: An academic year gym membership at the Regent or Harrow University Gyms, courtesy of the University's Sport and Leisure Team.
|Adnan Sheikh||Law||Little Titchfield Street|
Prize: £15 Riverford Organic Food Delivery Voucher
|Laura von Nordheim||SSHL||Regent|
|Lulia Barta||Life Sciences||Cavendish|
Prize: Healthy option food vouchers booklet, value up to £8.50 each, to use at any University cafe or refectory.
|Giulia de Luca Gabrielli||Social Science||Regent|
|Salsabil Yasser Al-Siki|
Prize: A paperback copy of Thank you and The Happy Handbook: A Compendium of Modern Life Skills book by Liggy Webb.
|Eliot Day||Media, Art & Design||Harrow|
|Zarrin Tasnim Rahman||Electronics and Computer Science||Cavendish|
|Jidul Khan||Life Science||Cavendish|
To be eligible to claim your prize:
- You must be a current student at the University of Westminster and must hold a current University of Westminster Student ID and present it on request.
- It should be noted that the prize is to be taken as offered and are not transferable to anyone else or redeemable for cash.
- It should be noted that we are not responsible for unclear or incorrect contact details given on the prize entry form.
- Only one prize per person.
- All winners will also be contacted by email, but you may also contact email@example.com by 15 March 2013 to claim your prize.
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