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15th October 2011

Jailbreak! Last chance to sign up

By Angela NearyHow far from Manchester can you get in 30 hours without spending a penny?
Written By Angela Neary
How far from Manchester can you get in 30 hours without spending a penny? Blag, hitch or charm your way onto planes, trains, cars, horses, or boats with nothing but the clothes on your back. Previous Jailbreakers have found themselves in Hong Kong, Dubai, New York, Amsterdam, Berlin, Bruges and even Didsbury to name a few.
At 4pm on 28th October you will begin the adventure. This is conveniently placed at the beginning of reading week giving you more than enough time to get back from or take a mini-break in your yet unknown destination. This is a Manchester RAG event which means that not only will you be having huge amounts of fun but also raising money for a very good cause; KidsCan, who directly fund research into children’s cancer.
To find out more come along to one of the information sessions: 3pm 11/10/11 in Room 1. Alternatively have a look at the website and find us on facebook ‘Manchester Jailbreak 2011’. Come join the fun!
Ceri Wills

Ceri Wills

Former Societies editor (2011-2012).

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