In response to the terror attack in Manchester.

It's hard to know what to do on days like today. We woke up like many of you, to the news of a senseless attack on innocent people at a concert in Manchester. We as a nation are no stranger to tragedies like this.


The pain they cause is widespread, horrific and difficult to recover from. But we know, like many times before that the people of Manchester and the United Kingdom will recover. We've been truly touched by some of the heartwarming stories of heroism shown by the emergency services and the citizens of Manchester. These stories remind us that there is always light with the dark.


We, like many of you send our thoughts and best wishes to the families of the victims and those effected. The Sabbatical team at your Students' Union with our fellow students wish all those effected, well. We want you to know that we grieve with you & that we will support you. 


Our advice team is still operating and you can contact them at:


Or you can use the hotline set up by Greater Manchester Police for those who are concerned about loved ones or anyone who may have been in the area: 0800 096 0095


Louis Hale (VP Student Activities) Meike Imberg (President) Luke Ellis (VP Welfare) Vivian Van Lent (VP Education)