29th October 2002




Ectoplasm will be oozing at the Adam and Eve public house this Friday evening (1st November) as students from the University of Lincoln hold their annual Hallowe’en fancy dress fundraiser.


The party is one of many events organised by third-year Contemporary Decorative Crafts degree students to raise funds for their end-of-year show.


The evening promises to be full of antics and atmosphere with live music and drinks promotions and a prize for the best and most innovative fancy dress costume.


“Last year we had a really good evening with some great costumes,” said Kirsty Webster, one of the student event organisers. “We are hoping to attract lots of people and raise lots of money to go towards the production of our end-of-year show.


“If you want to have a great evening out, why not come along?  Everyone is welcome, it’s for a good cause and we know you will have a great time.”


The party starts at 8pm at the Adam and Eve public house on Lindum Hill and tickets must be purchased before the event.


Tickets are £2.00 each and must be purchased before the event.  Tickets are available from the Adam and Eve public house and the University of Lincoln’s Christ’s Hospital Terrace building room 2.10 each morning between 9am and 12 noon.



For more information contact:


Gill Noakes, Press Assistant, University of Lincoln

Tel: 01522 886244 or Email: gnoakes@lincoln.ac.uk

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