Event Details


Wed 17 Jun 2020 18:30 - Thu 18 Jun 2020 03:00


6:30pm - 3am


Seamill Hydro


Strathclyde Pharmacy Grad Ball 2020

Pharmacy Graduation Ball will take place on Wednesday the 17th of June at Seamill Hydro.

Hi everyone, it's time for the final event of our university career - the graduation ball ????‍??????‍??

The ball will take place at Seamill Hydro on Wednesday 17th June, with us graduating on Tuesday 22nd June. ??

The evening will begin at roughly 6:30/7pm with a drinks reception, followed by a three course meal and a dance afterward. But all times will be finalised at a later date, and we will keep everyone updated. ???

You are more than welcome to book a hotel room within Seamill Hydro via their own website, and we suggest to do this as soon as possible as the prices will likely jump up when demand gets higher. The link at the bottom will take you to their booking site ??

Seamill can hold 200 people maximum so anyone wishing to bring a plus 1 will be served on a first come basis when deposits go on sale - which we will be taking very soon. We will try to cover the cost as much as possible from the society fund to keep the ticket price low, but unfortunately cannot cover all of it. Again we do not know final cost until we know the final numbers of those attending. ??

We plan to also have awards given out on the evening - the list for nominees will be posted later when all else is organised. ??

Keep your eyes peeled for all other information too!

We are so excited for one last ball with you all and cannot wait to graduate this year! ??

The link for booking hotel rooms - https://www.seamillhydro.co.uk/book-direct/

Strathclyde Pharmacy Grad Ball 2020

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