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Wellbeing Day competition winners

28 February 2013

A big thank you to everyone who participated in the Wellbeing Day Competition!

We have received great feedbacks regarding the event. We are so pleased with the competition turnout that we have decided to add extra prizes.

Congratulations to the following students:

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


Brittany DeMarco - Harrow
Flona Malpass SSHL Regent
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.


Alima Iqbal SSHL Regent
Emomotimi Korove Law Regent
Giulia de Luca Gabrielli Social Science Regent
Judit Hideg SSHL Regent
Katherine Edmondson ABE Marylebone
Marinela Dobreva WBS Marylebone
Mehsan Malek
Mishaal Patti
Naila Ahmed Cavendish
Navila Akhtar SSHL Regent
Sadia Sarder WBS Marylebone
Salsabil Yasser Al-Siki
Sanna Juntunen
Tekwa Abid
Uma Begum

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
Maya Kitous
Dovi Agrossa

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 protected] by 15 March 2013 to claim your prize.

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