The Guild are bringing back their #GuildWish Xmas Campaign
Hey @LiverpoolGuild, I wish for a date with all the rugby team
From the today until the 9th December, the Liverpool Guild of Students are bringing back their popular #GuildWish campaign, to mark the start of their Christmas celebrations.
— LiverpoolGuild (@LiverpoolGuild) November 30, 2016
Students can tweet in their Christmas wish to @LiverpoolGuild with the hashtag #GuildWish and the Guild will chose the best wishes to fulfil. Last year’s best Christmas presents included a Liverpool monopoly edition, a giant beanbag and a raw chicken ready for a roast meal.
Some rules have been applied this year, including only one wish being granted per student and a plea for the wishes to be realistic – so no Trump assassinations or free tuition fees.
Sean Turner, Guild president, told us: “The build up to Christmas is my favourite time of year and, with Guild Christmas Day next Friday, this year’s got me exceptionally excited: I can’t wait to give out loads of boss gifts! Last year we gave everything from free burritos to paying for people’s laptops to be fixed… Get tweeting!”
— LiverpoolGuild (@LiverpoolGuild) December 11, 2015
The campaign marks the start of the Guild’s Christmas celebrations which include a ‘Guild Christmas Day’ on Friday 9th December. Craft stalls will be set up in the courtyard complete with Bucks Fizz, Mulled Wine and Snowballs, a Christmas Dinner for £5, the appearance of Santa’s grotto and Yule-tide hymns and songs from the University’s choir.
LJMU is hosting a street-food festival in collaboration with Independent Liverpool, offering LJMU students a ticket to the festival and a free Independent Liverpool card for only £2.50.
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