The Student Volunteer Army are auctioning the bike which was lovingly restored for His Royal Highness Prince Harry when he visited UC earlier this year.
All proceeds from the Trade Me auction will help towards the relief effort in Vanuatu after Tropical Cyclone Pam in March.
The ad reads:
A glorious bike made for a Prince, was done up by members of the student volunteer Army as a gift for prince Harry on his visit to the University of Canterbury. However due to shipping issues Harry was not able to take the bike back home with him.
All money from the auction will go towards helping the relief effort after the Vanuatu cyclone. The bike has had a full service and so is beautiful to ride.
The bike is a road bike, suitable for someone around the height of a Prince Harry (189 cm to be precise).
*Disclaimer – bike may or may not be made of pure gold.
Be sure to check out the auction and make a bid for this priceless piece of royalty gold – get your hands on a crown jewel!
Are you aged 50-65 and have broken a bone? Masters student Katie Dainter is looking for participants for psychology research looking at quality of life and change in life roles after injury.
Participants should be ideally aged 50-65 and also have broken a bone within that age range. The study involves completing two questionnaires that will be posted to your home, as well as a short interview over the phone. Participants will receive a $10 fuel or New World voucher.
Please contact Katie Dainter for more information or call 022 632 5543.
Three catering companies have been selected by the University as preferred providers of catering services to UC.
These three companies are: Victoria Food Services, UCSA and Pulp Kitchen Catering.
You can find more information here.