The Community Campaigns Group helps connect students with the rest of the city, helping students feel like a part of Lincoln.
There are a wide range of activities, including helping with community events, attending community and residents’ meetings and working in partnership with the police, residents, businesses and other community groups. The Community Campaigns group also campaigns on issues that affect students and long-term residents, helping make Lincoln a better place to live for all.
Previous events have included the Sincil Community Forum and we are also working with the Lincoln Community Larder Foodbank Collection.
Nominations for your 2018/19 Community Officer will open on 17th September 2018 and close on 28th September 2018 and the election will take place on the 1st October to 5th October 2018.
If you are interested in running for Community Officer, please visit
The Community Campaigns group is currently seeking committee members! If you are interested in getting involved, please get in touch. This is really important in order to ensure that students are being represented well within the Students’ Union and relevant campaigns and events can be held. The positions currently available are:
- Secretary – This role involves supporting the Community Officer in the organisation of the committee. The Secretary ensures that committee meetings are organised and run smoothly and also takes minutes.
- Campaigns Lead – If you are interested in running awareness campaigns, this role is for you! The Campaigns Lead works closely with the VP Welfare and Community to deliver campus wide campaigns.
- Publicity Lead – Campaigns are most successful when they have great publicity! This role would involve advertising and promoting Community campaigns and raising the profile of the Community Campaigns Group
- Communications Lead – The Communications Lead is responsible for collaborating with different student networks, such as academic representatives, sports clubs and societies as well as student volunteers to maximise the impact of the campaign.
For general Campaigns Network enquiries, please contact [email protected]