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Canterbury United

An overview of the campaign

Tony Payne

on 26 May 2010

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Transcript of Canterbury United

Canterbury United was born out of
collabrative work between Kent Union,
Christ Church & Canterbury College
Students' Unions at the NUS' Lobby of
Parliament in Nov 2009
UCA SU also became involved as for the first time
all four organisations worked together on a campaign Video about the day from Christ Church SU Canterbury College were also regional winners
for their entry on Fees to BBC Question Time We got excellent press coverage
prior to the week of action In conjuction with a widespread poster and flyer campaign A dedicated website was created to centralise infomation And we used Facebook to connect with Students and the Community A huge fanbase was established Video to promote week of action Day One:
Banners drapped at Canterbury College Day One:
And on the Canterbury Ring Road from Christ Church University Day One:
Launh events held simultaneously at four local student nights
with voter registation and giveaways Day Two:
Debate at Canterbury College with
Wes Streeting - NUS President
Jean Samuel - Labour PPC
Lynn Beaumont - Lib Dem PPC
Damien Collins - Conservative PPC Over 200 Students in attendance Day Four:
Dancing in the Street
Showing positive aspect of studentsrasing money for local Schools We issued 500 T-shirts in the style of "Carnage" for students to customise and reinforce the message Day Six:
March though Canterbury City to show support Day Six:
Press Stunt in City Park Day Six:
Second debate hosted by BBC Journalist Andy Garland and broadcast citywide on CSRfm Press
Coverage And the campaign progresses onto
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