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||Tuesday April 3 2007
||5 pm - 7 pm
||Press Officer Manizha
||Imperial College , Beit Hall, Prince Consort Road, SW7 2BB
||Afghan Students Association (ASAUK) proudly presents Nowrouz Extravagance on Tuesday 3 April 2007 at Imperial College (South Kensington) from 5pm - 9pm. The ticket prices are £5 for students (with current student IDs) and £7 for non-students.
This will be an event for all to remember with cultural exhibition, movie clips, as well as live music & DJs. All together in one exciting and fun event for all to enjoy at the most prestigious venue located right next to Royal Albert Hall at the heart of central London (please find flyer attached).
Please visit our website for further information http://afghanstudentsassociation.co.uk/Keydates.htm
To put your name on the guest list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text names to: 0798 461 6816 or 0794 921 7899 or 0788 693 2269.
Imperial College ,
Beit Quadrangle Building ,
Prince Consort Road,
How to get there:
Train: Nearest Tube stations are South Kensington (District, Circle and Piccadilly Lines) and High Street Kensington (District and Circle Lines)
52/N52 – Victoria to Willesden stopping on Kensington Gore.
9/N9 – Aldwych to Hammersmith (N9 to Heathrow), stopping on Kensington Gore
10/N10 – King's Cross (N10 from Archway) to Hammersmith, stopping on Kensington Gore
70 – Acton to South Kensington, stopping on Queen's Gate
360 – Elephant & Castle to Kensington, arrival stop on Prince Consort Road, departure stop on Queen's Gate
Imperial College visitor car park entrance is on exhibition road.
How To Make This Event A Big Success!!!!
ASAUK in brief:
Afghan Student Association is the union of all student bodies across the UK. It represents the most dynamic and productive Afghan students and youth the Afghan Diaspora in the UK has ever seen. The aims of ASAUK are:
- To promote Education within the Afghan community,
- Improve employment prospects for Afghans
- Help Afghans integrate into the wider British community by promoting Afghan culture
- To encourage innovation and creativity
For more details visit our website www.afghanstudentsassociation.co.uk or drop us an email on email@example.com
Thanks to the amazing work by all Afghan students, our supporters and volunteers for helping us with organising this event.
Afghan Student Association UK (ASAUK)
For more info you can phone our Press Officer Manizha on 0794 9217899.
|Submitted By :
||COLDISHOT On Thursday March 29 2007