By Carmella Haswell
STAR society brings back the old school with a rave no 90’s kid can miss, this Thursday.
The fundraiser hosted at The Winchester pub in Poole Hill, Bournemouth, begins at 10pm and carries on till the early hours of 4am.
‘Rave 4 Refugees’ will help fundraise money for the International Care Network charity, a non-governmental organisation, who STAR (Student action for refugees) volunteer for.
The proceeds will help to provide English lessons for local refugees and Doctors Without Borders, who deliver emergency medical aid to people affected by the current crisis and conflict, worldwide.
Throwing back to the 90’s with a themed night, complete with bucket hats, diffraction glasses, UV lights and a couple of vodka jelly shots.
All that and a bag of chips.
Not to mention the line-up of local DJ talent including, FRAU DJs who will also be performing at this year’s BU Summer Ball, Hip Hop artist KB, WAYF Resident DJ Ben Read and more.
With over a hundred people already in attendance on the event posted on Facebook, and a couple hundred more interested, this is looking to be one big bash.
And why wouldn’t it be, with neon body paint and personalised snapchat filters galore.
The STAR Bournemouth society aims to bring together students, to actively aid refugees in current crisis. Their work involves financial aid, assistance with settling in the UK, campaigning to government and local councils to improve support for refugees.
Since it started in September 2016, the society has won the ‘SUBU best new club/society 2016-2017” and received a 5* society status at the SUBU Activities Awards this year. In the first academic term alone, they raised over £500.
Tickets price at £3 before midnight and £4 after, they can be bought here.
More information about the event can be found here.