The event gave this year's new cohort the opportunity to find out more from current students and staff about the wide variety of extra-curricular activities available to them while they study.
Student Ambassadors and members of the Student Council were on hand to offer advice and students were encouraged to embrace a variety of the opportunities the College has to offer including the Medics', Academic, Sport, Esports, Law and Digtial Academies, Health, Wellbeing & Sport activities, Duke of Edinburgh, Extended Project Qualification, Art for Wellbeing and Creative Writing sessions and Sustainability and Pride groups, plus much, much more.
During the Freshers' Fair, students also took part in fun activities including glitter tattoos and hair braiding and even enjoyed some free cookies and treats from the College's caterers, Cleverchefs.
The College's Student Services team were available to offer advice on the range of support available to students including mental health and wellbeing, careers and financial support. Representatives from Brook, CAHMS and Young Carers also attended to offer advice to students.
The College's extra-curricular activities provide an excellent way to make new friends, broaden students' experiences at college and gain skills that will benefit them when completing UCAS Personal Statement or applying for jobs. From athletic, academic or creative, there is something for everyone!