Get involved by staying up-to-date with everything going on via this page. Want to become a member? You can now purchase a membership.
Sober Socials holds non-drinking socials for our members to enjoy as an alternative to all of the drinking socials hosted by other societies. We also raise awareness of drinking culture through Alcohol Awareness Week, discussions with other societies and raising money for charity.
Members can enjoy a safe place to socialise and meet new people who may also prefer not to drink, or attend a social as a break from going out drinking.
Members do not have to be tee-total, but we do enforce that no alcohol is consumed during any of our socials.
A range of different socials will be held throughout the year, such as quizzes, film nights and games nights, so please check out our Facebook page and join our Facebook group to be notified of new events.
We look forward to meeting you!
We will hold a variety of socials online throughout semester one, as well as discussions during Alcohol Awareness Week in November. If you'd like to get involved with our discussions, please let us know!
If you would like to check out the society, feel free to join one of our SobrieTEA taster sessions before 2nd November! Subscribe to our mailing list or check our Facebook page for more details about joining us.
You can also come along to our Q&A as part of the virtual Fresher's Fair on Wednesday 28th October at 5pm! Click here for more info: https://www.nusu.co.uk/freshersfair/
Upcoming events include:
Every Thursday from 5:15pm, SobrieTEA: Sober Social Distancing! https://fb.me/e/3eLUGfXIT
Saturday 24th October 2020, from 5:30pm: Pumpkin Carving (with Mind the Gap): https://fb.me/e/338FYHVq3
Thursday 29th October 2020, from 5:30pm: Spooktacular SobrieTEA and Film Night https://fb.me/e/1Of7vZWNM
If you have any questions about getting involved, let us know via email or through our social media!
Events will not be compulsory, choose as many or as little events as you would like to attend.
Society Contact Details
President: Maria Marr