I am pleased to provide an extensive report on the Games Night event that took place on Friday, April 28th 2023, in conjunction with the SwitchUP Society. As the VP Wellbeing and Diversity of the University of Plymouth Students' Union, I was delighted to work with the SwitchUP Society to organise a fun and engaging evening for attendees.
Attendance and event details:
We had a total of 49 attendants, which exceeded our initial target of 40. The event was held in the Students' Union building, with proceedings starting at 7pm and continuing until 9pm. Attendees were provided with free pizza, which was very well received and helped create a convivial atmosphere.
The Games Night featured different board games, card games, and console games, with attendees free to choose from a range of options depending on their preferences. The variety of games on offer meant that there was something for everyone, and attendees were able to engage in fun and challenging activities throughout the evening.
Feedback and ratings:
Attendees provided very positive feedback about the event, with an average rating of 8.33 out of 10. They expressed appreciation for the opportunity to unwind and socialise with peers in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Attendees highlighted the quality of the games on offer and the convenience of having free pizza available throughout the event. Many attendees expressed interest in attending similar events in the future, and we are committed to providing them with ongoing opportunities to socialize and have fun.
The Games Night event was a significant success, bringing together attendees from across the university to engage in fun and challenging games and enjoy free pizza.
The Games Night event was a significant success, bringing together attendees from across the university to engage in fun and challenging games and enjoy free pizza. We are grateful for the support of the SwitchUP Society in making this event a reality, and we appreciate the contributions of the attendees who helped create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. We look forward to organising similar events in the future and to continuing our work in promoting socialisation and wellbeing among the student body.