itison – which is behind the GlasGLOW event in the Botanic Gardens – is promising a world-class production.
The organisation offers a wide range of environmental activity for all in helping to protect and enhance local greenspace and biodiversity.
Key features include enhanced and widened pavements that free up space for pedestrians and licensed tables and chairs.
In her first two-week long workshop, Sofiat trained over 100 undergraduate and postgraduate students in computing programming.
Caroline Scott has developed an online map that records the places where the coat of arms can be found.
Researchers used Family Law and the personal wedding stories of family and friends to create the game’s tasks and challenges, which mirror real-life wedding mishaps on the way to the big day.
Dates for the return of GlasGLOW have been extended to run from October 25 to November 10.
The event aims to give party seekers a place to make friends and enjoy a night out in a fully inclusive and safe environment.
This year 700 guests will enjoy the awards ceremony.
The alleged incident happened on Saturday June 15 this year.