How would you rate your university towns night life?
6.8 / 10
(based on ratings in 2016)
"The students' union is the place to be. You see students you know and meet new people all the time."
"The university is far away from any major cities but the town centre does offer pubs and clubs to have a night out in. The students' union does hold regular nights out throughout the week and manages to host events with very well-known bands."
"There are events held to raise money for charities and societies, which is a nice way to collect money and have fun at the same time."
"There are a few pubs in town and people can go clubbing in the students' union. Most shops close at night but you can go out eating at a few restaurants and watch a film."
"There are a number of restaurants and pubs in town as well as a gym, cinema and supermarket."
"There are some clubs in the next town but it is a 20-minute drive away."
"There are nightclubs, restaurants and activities like bowling and laser quest etc."
"Not much. There's a cinema, some bars and restaurants and a museum."
"Not much, but there are pretty nice places to go for a meal and drinks."
"There are a few nice bars in Newcastle-under-Lyme but for more you have to travel to Hanley."
"Several bars are open until late."
"Clubs, pubs and restaurants are available in the evening and during the day."
"We've got one or two nice pubs, a cinema and a couple of restaurants. Just an average market town."
"There are cheap deals in quite a studenty area so it doesn't feel like we are inconveniencing the locals."