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Dog Sledding Society

Sports Development

This society is about joining people together who have a common passion for animals and adventure and learning about the sport of dog sledding.

No previous experience needed. We are running a trip to Norway in December 2016 for members!.

Membership Information

These are the current membership plans offered by Dog Sledding Society, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.

  • Year Membership (£8)
    Membership allows you to apply to come on the trip to Norway and also gets you discounted fees off meetings/gatherings which have an entry fee.
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  • Premium Year Membership (£15)
    This buys you all the perks of a yearly membership (such as the ability to go on our trips abroad) plus this membership also gets you an Oceana Sports and Societies Card. This card gets you free entry every night before midnight and free food every Wednesday with the society.
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This Years Committee

All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Dog Sledding Society this year are:

  • Heather Gambon
  • Justina Brazaityte
  • Emily Chandler
  • Bethany Jewell
    Welfare Officer

Contact Dog Sledding Society

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