LUCY DAVIS, CANTERBURY CAMPUS OFFICER

Hi everyone, I’m Lucy, your new Campus Officer at UCA Canterbury and I came all the way from the depths of west Kent.

For the last four years I’ve been studying Fine Art at UCA Canterbury, which I feel has allowed me to get to know the campus pretty well.

When I’m not working for the Union, I enjoy making sculptures and cooking. I have an immense love for food, travel, and trying new things.

My main priority for the year is just to make sure that you guys enjoy your time at UCA and get what you want from your course and the Students’ Union.

I’m here to help with any problems you encounter, and support you with ideas, projects, clubs or societies that you want to set up.

Looking forward to a great year :)

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Telephone: 01227 817337

Email: ldavis.su@ucreative.ac.uk

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Lucy’s tweets:

  • I might be dancing to Dolly Parton in my office... https://t.co/rVrzo5kEjM
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  • @UCACareers Just found out we had over one hundred people attend the Careers Fair on Friday!!! Go team!
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When concerns and worries about course and university issues were at a distressing tipping point, the Union helped me rationalise and encourage a student-led defence against the problems

TE, Maidstone, July 2012

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