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Bristol
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Events

Date Event Time Venue Tickets Result (UWE - UoB)
4 Oct Colour Run 16.00 - 17.00 UWE Frenchay Campus, North Entrance  
9 Nov Darts 18.30 - 00.00 Walkabout, 40 Corn St 0 - 1
2 Feb Friday Night Lights 17.30 - 22.00 Coombe Dingle 1 - 0
11 Feb Netball 14.00 - 18.30 SGS WISE  
12 Mar Poetry Slam 19.00 – 22.00 Commons Building, Newton Park Campus (G23), Bath Spa University  
13 Mar Volleyball 18.30 – 22.30 Tyndalls Avenue Sports Centre 0 - 1
18 Mar Basketball 15.30 - 20.30 SGS WISE  
21 Mar Varsity Day 10.30 - 20.00 Various 1 - 6
22 Apr The Big Colour Run  11.30 for a 12.30 & 13.00 start Coombe Dingle  
22 Apr T20 Cricket 14:00 - 16:00 Coombe Dingle    
25 Apr Total Varsity Wipeout 14.00 - 19.00 Coombe Dingle  
28 Apr Ashfords LLP Varsity Boat Race 12.00 - 17.00 Harbourside | BS1 6UH Free Event  
29 Apr Ashfords LLP Harbourside 10k 08.30 for a 09.30 start Harbourside All Students Non-Student | Guest  

These events are subject to change

 

Varsity OATH

VARSITY OATH - THE MEANING:

The idea behind the ‘Varsity Oath’ is to embed a culture of respect, fair play and pride amongst the participants and the spectators of the Varsity Series 2017-18.

As ambassadors for the Universities of the Varsity Series, Erin Mills and John House, at The Students’ Union at UWE and University of Bristol Students Union, will uphold the vision, spirit and values of the Varsity Series 2017-18.

By declaring the oath, participants and spectators promise to ensure the event continues in a fair and respectful way manner. The oath also sets out a commitment from the spectators to respect and value all competitors and to be grateful and considerate to the communities and facilities in which the Varsity Series take place.

 

VARSITY OATH

The UWE vs. UoB Varsity Series is a showcase and celebration of student sports and societies in the city of Bristol, and I am proud and honoured to represent my university in the competition.

On behalf of all competitors and spectators, I promise that I will take part in Varsity and ensure that we compete it true spirit, displaying, fair play and respect for our opposition.

We will give our all for our team mates and our university and will abide by the rules that govern our sport or activity.

We will respect all competitors and spectators of the race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, age or social class and will respect all the facilities and communities in which the competition takes place. 

We win together, we lose together and we compete together.

Pride, Respect, Fair play.

This is the spirit of the Varsity Series 2017-18, and I am proud to represent my university in the competition.

In support of this both institutions have developed a Student Conduct Policy which we would ask all Competitors and Supporters alike to read and adopt.

Varsity
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