University of Hertfordshire 2014 Summer Ball moved to Hatfield House

PUBLISHED: 11:19 05 January 2014 | UPDATED: 18:47 06 January 2014

The University of Hertfordshire 2014 Summer Ball will be held at Hatfield House

The University of Hertfordshire 2014 Summer Ball will be held at Hatfield House

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The University of Hertfordshire’s annual Summer Ball will move to a new venue this year.

The Hatfield-based uni’s end-of-term party will not be held at The Forum complex in College Lane in 2014.

Organisers have instead switched the traditional students’ bash to the grounds of Hatfield House.

The 2014 Summer Ball will take place on Friday, May 16.

It will feature the usual array of live music, entertainment, a fun fair and much more.

Explaining the change of location, The Forum’s Twitter handle, @theforumherts tweeted: “We wanted to do something new, something a bit different, and Hatfield House is stunning! :)”

Tickets cost £40 and go on sale this month.

Students still with a Freshers’ Pass from 2013 will get £10 off the ticket price.

For more details, visit here.

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