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05 November 2012
The University Christmas card is now on sale.
Cards cost 40p each and are on sale at Graphic Services outlets throughout the Cathays Park and Heath Park campuses.
This year’s image was taken at the Open Air Gallery, organised with the Welsh School of Architecture, projecting images onto Main Building. The card can be viewed at www.ecards.cardiff.ac.uk/christmas.html where a wider selection of festive eCards is also available.
A donation of 10p for every card sold will go towards supporting students in financial hardship at the University through The Cardiff Fund. The Cardiff Fund gives support by helping hundreds of students in financial need to funding various academic and extra-curricular projects across campus. It supports the University’s activities in four broad areas: Unrestricted Gifts, Student scholarships & bursaries, Sport & Students' Union Facilities and Libraries & Campus Facilities.
To order packs of ten Christmas cards at £4.00 per pack please contact Diane Gollop, Graphic Services on firstname.lastname@example.org and/or arrange for an Oracle order to be raised to INSRV Graphics ASSL.
The last recommended posting service by Royal Mail is Thursday 20th December for First Class mail within the UK (International dates vary).
Where overprinting is required for overseas Airmail and Mainland UK posting the deadline for this is Monday 12th November. Please 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 University Christmas cards are printed on 100% recycled paper in line with the University’s commitment to sustainability.
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