University of Chichester’s student bars voted the best bar none

The university's student bars won the Best Bar None award for student safety
The university's student bars won the Best Bar None award for student safety

Student union bars at the University of Chichester have been named as the best in the country for their work in promoting safe drinking and student wellbeing.

The Zee Bars, situated at the Chichester and Bognor Regis campuses, outshone more than 50 other UK universities to top the national Best Bar None awards.

Chichester students' union president Jodie Hope with vice president Sean MacEnri collecting the Best Bar None 2015 award SUS-151130-104942001

Chichester students' union president Jodie Hope with vice president Sean MacEnri collecting the Best Bar None 2015 award SUS-151130-104942001

Judges from the scheme gave a score of 100 per cent following an anonymous visit.

John Williams, from the students’ union, said: “It is great to receive recognition as the best in the country for looking after our students.

“We want them to have fun, but we take our responsibilities very seriously, and this award proves we have given our all throughout the last year in ensuring their safety.”

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