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Race Night: Fundraiser for Telders Moot 2016.

Please come along and help us send 4 mooters to the Hague.

We are hosting a fundraiser on Friday the 5th of February to raise funds to help cover our costs of representing Scotland at the International Court of Justice at the Hague. The team consists of 4 undergraduate law students at Dundee University who are taking the module in place of a dissertation.

Where? Bonar Hall, Dundee, University Campus

When? 7pm (for 7.30pm start!)

Entry tickets? £3

What is a race night? The evening consists of 8 compered races projected onto a screen, attendees are encouraged to bet on which horse number you think will win, the winners receiving a cash prize!

If you are unable to make the race night? Prior to the night, we are looking for local firms, businesses or people to sponsor each of the 8 races, for £25. This includes having the race named after you e.g. ‘Fred Bloggs Cup’, and your details in our programme! Secondly horse can be ‘purchased’ for £5 and jockeys £2 . You become the ‘owners’ and your name is shown on the race card!

We are also looking to source donations for the raffle on the night. Please do get in touch if you are able to provide anything, it is greatly appreciated!

Entry Tickets will cost £3 and can be reserved and purchased by contacting us personally or via email: We are also organising a drop in session at the Library foyer on 25 January 9am-5pm)

The event is not exclusive and we are hoping it is going to be a great night of fun!

We would love for you to invite your friends, parents, workmates, flatmates etc and get a table together to help support us!

We hope to see you there!

Kasia, Lyndsey, Niamh and Lottie.


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