This year’s event is taking place on Tuesday 20 June in the Pilkington Building and a marquee in the Drill Hall Library car park.
This will mean that the Drill Hall Library car park will be closed from Sunday 18 June to Wednesday 21 June, while the marquee is in place.
Anyone who has a permit to use the Drill Hall Library car park can use parking bays on the upper campus. If that parking becomes full there will be overflow parking available at the Dockyard.
However, we do ask that you avoid driving to campus if possible for the duration.
If you’ve finished your exams and are looking for something to do this weekend, there’s plenty going on in Medway.
The Dickens Festival is on in Rochester: http://www.rochesterdickensfestival.org.uk/news.htm.
The Battle of Medway is being commemorated with a series of events: http://www.visitmedway.org/events/223817/?key=battle-of-medway-2017.
Or you could enjoy a walk along the riverside, taking in one or two of the many cafes on the way! http://www.medway.gov.uk/businessandinvestment/medwayregeneration/keyregenerationaims/rochesterriverside/rochesterriversidewalk.aspx.
Before the summer holidays start, don’t forget to check your library account for overdue books and fines. Return all the books that you do not need.
If you are worried about your account, or confused about fines, contact us for help and advice on email@example.com.
Need a bit of maths and stats help?
The Maths Centre is running drop-in sessions over the next couple of weeks in the Drill Hall Library.
Check our Events Calendar for details.
The Campus Chaplain is holding a number of sessions this week.
- Tuesday 25th 09:00-11:00: Chaplaincy Care Corner
- Wednesday 26th 12:00-14:00: World Cafe
- Wednesday 26th 15:00: Chill & Chat Stress Management Workshop*
- Thursday 27th 19:30-21:30: TABLEtalk English Night
- Friday 28th 12:00: Chill & Chat Stress Management Workshop*
*These workshops need to be booked in advance, so email Lynne on either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to book your place.
And don’t forget, our new Chill Hall in room DC019 is there for you to use when you need a bit of peace and quiet.
The library is open 24/7 until midnight on Monday 12 June.
It’s almost Easter, so it is time for the annual Drill Hall Library Easter egg hunt!
Every day from Monday 10th to Sunday 16th April, some bunny bookmarks will be cunningly hidden around the library. If you find one, just bring it to the Welcome Desk to claim a delicious chocolatey prize.
They will appear in different places every day, so keep an eye out for them. You just never know where and when they might be found.
Be warned – library staff are getting very hungry! They will definitely eat any eggs which don’t get claimed…
All the regular drop-ins that happen in the building continue this week, including the MASH drop-in for maths and stats help, which runs from 13:00-15:00 Monday-Thursday. Open to all Medway students just drop in!
Our Campus Chaplain will be running a couple of sessions in the Chill Hall.
- World Cafe, Wednesday 5th April, 12:00 to 14:00
- TABLEtalk: Games Galore! Thursday 6th April, 19:30-21:30
Drop in to the Chill Hall, room DC019 to participate.
All the regular drop-ins which happen in the building continue this week, including the MASH drop-in for maths and stats help, which runs from 1-3pm Monday-Thursday. Open to all Medway students just drop in!
Our colleagues in the Student Learning Advisory Service from the University of Kent are running some workshops on Wednesday to help people preparing for exams. Kent students can book online using SDS. Greenwich and CCCU students should email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if there is space available.
- 1pm: Exam Techniques – Multiple choice, short answers and exercises
- 2pm: Effective Revision
Don’t forget to put your clocks forward by one hour at 1am this Sunday morning!
Want to know more about British Summer Time? Check out the Royal Museums Greenwich website.