26 May 2018
The Constitution of the Polish Society describes rules and rights applying to all members, and presents the aims of the society.
15 May 2018
As a society of the Edinburgh University Students’ Association, Polish Society has a duty of care to provide and maintain safe and healthy conditions and equipment for members. A risk assessment is about identifying sensible measures to control the risks at event or activity.
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The Polish Society is an open and friendly community aiming to help students get together and spend some quality time in an awesome company through a variety of social events, ranging from pub meetings, theme parties and cooking events to lectures given by guest speakers.We work towards spreading Polish culture through organising celebrations of our national holidays and feasts as well as running Polish language tutorials. Being an active member of the Polish Society is a great opportunity for Poles to share their culture and for everyone else to get to know a bit about it. In addition to the cultural exchange benefits, participating in and contributing to the PolSoc events is a great opportunity to develop your personal skills or simply have some fun while eating some of our delicious pierogi!
Edinburgh University Students' Association is a charity (SC015800) and a company limited by guarantee (SC429897) registered in Scotland.
Registered Office: Potterrow, 5/2 Bristo Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9AL