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The Christmas and New Year period is a happy one for many people, a time for socialising and catching up with loved ones, but this isn’t the same for everyone.
We understand that some of you won’t be celebrating Christmas, or you won’t be travelling home to spend it with your family and friends. Perhaps you just don’t really enjoy the festivities.
Regardless of the reasons, we’ve put together a list of activities that you can do if you find yourself alone on Christmas day and wanting a distraction.
A lot of people are concerned about money this Christmas and worried about being able to pay for presents and meals out. We don’t think Christmas needs to be expensive; here are a few ways you can keep to a reasonable budget:
Finally, if the holiday season gets you down and you feel depressed or anxious, there are always people you can talk to. We have a free counselling service here at Ravensbourne for all students, as well as a nightline for out of hours. You can also check out the resources within our Students’ Union.
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