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15 November 2010
Students in financial hardship are to be supported by the University’s Christmas card and a new 2011 calendar.
Featuring a festive image of Main Building in the snow, the 2010 Christmas card is now on sale across campus. The University’s first calendar is also available for 2011, featuring stunning images of campus life from Varsity to our world-leading research (view slide show of a selection of images below).
A donation of 10p from each card sold and all profits from the calendars will go to supporting students in financial hardship at the University. Both the card and calendar are printed on 100% recycled paper in line with the University’s commitment to sustainability.
Cards cost 50p each and calendars cost £3. Both will be on sale at Graphic Services outlets throughout the Cathays Parks campus and at the Sir Herbert Duthie Library on the Heath campus. Calendars can also be purchased shortly from the Students’ Union shop, the Print Centre in the Students’ Union building and online via the Alumni Shop.
To order packs of ten Christmas cards at £5.00 per pack please contact Clare Johnston, Graphic Services on ext. 74461 and/or arrange for an Oracle order to be raised to INSRV Graphics ASSL.
Cards can also be purchased and supplied with the name of Schools, Divisions, messages and logos overprinted at an additional cost of £53 per 500 cards for one colour. Additional charges may be incurred for two colours or more, plus the cost of the cards. Where overprinting is required please allow up to 10 days and email your text to email@example.com and arrange your order via Oracle to INSRV-PRINTING. Quotes will be given on request if you call 029 2033 5350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The card can be viewed at www.cardiff.ac.uk/ecards/, where a wider selection of animated festive eCards is also available.
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