For the finale of Wellness Week, the University of Nottingham’s LawSoc will host a Puppy Room in collaboration with Guide Dogs Association for the Blind.

Wellness Week is a welfare initiative run by Law Society for their members and fellow students to allow people to de-stress as exams and deadlines approach.

Law Society Welfare Officer, Sami Hawari, told Impact: “We like to collaborate to bring diversity and inclusion”.

This Friday (31st March) the Puppy Room will form the basis of the finale of Wellness Week in collaboration with LawSoc and the Guide Dogs Association for the Blind.

Sami Hawari told Impact: “This will be a great way to shed awareness about some of the work [Guide Dogs Association for the Blind] do as well as enjoying some fun time with the dogs, listening to some of their stories and adventures”

The event will be held in the Atrium in the Portland Building, from 11:00 am – 15.00pm on Friday, and is open to all students from the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University.

The has received a great deal of interest on social media, with almost 600 people planning on attending the event.

Mary Anne Litchfield

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