13th June 2012

Pakistani Society Annual Farewell

By Muneeb Sikander
By Muneeb Sikander
The Pakistani society finally had held their long awaited annual farewell dinner 2012 “Cheraagh” on the 8th of May at Nawabs. The event featured several high class musical and theatrical performances including fusion beats, an interactive session with the seniors, a three course meal and an after party. An estimated 260 people from around Britain came out to Cheraagh making it the biggest event The Pakistani Society has ever hosted.
The annual farewell dinner has been a tradition within the Pakistani society for the past several years involving honoring and well wishing all third years and post-graduate students that will be leaving the university next year. This year was no different and included handing out titles hand picked by all of our seniors friends and a picture slideshow which tried to show how all our seniors spent their time in Manchester.

Ceri Wills

Ceri Wills

Former Societies editor (2011-2012).

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