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This year we have had a record number of nominations for our sabbatical officer elections The manifesto booklet can viewed here  ( note that since the publication of manifesto Jack Morris has withdrwan his nomination for President) please see below for a full list of candidates 


Ethan Greenall 

Lyndsay Jane Vernon

Chloe Davies

Clara Priestley

Vice President Sports and Activities 

Ollie Smith 

James Ball 

 Vice President Welfare and Community 

Melissa Carleton

Grace Marsh 

Gregor Deakin

Chantelle Foster

Alix Murray

Sally Wills

Stephanie Trujillo

We also have elections at the same time for volunteer representative roles

NUS Conference Delegate 

Chantelle Foster 

Grace Marsh 

Campus Life Officer 

Jack Morris 

Elections  will be held 8th- 11th March. Check back here soon for further details Please visit individual  position tabs  to submit questions to our candidate debates.






Vice President Welfare and Community

Your candidates for the role of Vice President Welfare and Community are :

Sally Wills  (Campaign Instagram )

Stephanie Trujillo ( Campaign Instagram)

Chantelle Foster

Gregor Deakin

Alix Murray ( Campaign Instagram)

Grace Marsh (Campaign Instagram)

Melissa Carleton

The manifesto statements for the position  of Vice President Welfare and Community can be viewed here

You can view the candidates debate for Vice President Welfare and Community below 



Voting takes place 8th -11th March

Your candidates for the role of Vice President Sports and Activties are :

Ollie Smith ( Campaign Instagram)

James Ball

The manifesto statements for those running for the position of  Vice President Sports and Actvities can be viewed here Please note since the publication of the manifesto Tamas Varga has withdrwan his candidacy.

Candidates Debate can viewed below


Voting Takes Place 8th - 11th March 


Your candidates for the role of  President are :

Ethan Greenall

Lyndsay Vernon

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Chloe Davies

Campaign Instagram 


Clara Priestley

. Full manifestoes can be viewed here


Please see below to view the President's candidate debate 

Voting Takes Place 8th -11th March 



Week 1 Challenges


For more info contact Ollie on vpressanda@hope.ac.uk



Nightline Instant Messaging Service now open!

Did you know Liverpool Hope’s SU’s confidential listening and information service is now
Liverpool Hope’s Nightline is a confidential listening and information service ran for students by students. Due to COVID restrictions, the service is now operating an Instant Messaging service and has five main principles:

  • Confidentiality
  •  Anonymous
  • Non- Judgemental
  • Non- Advisory
  • Non- Directive

You are able to message our volunteers about anything… just hit the message button on our website to start a conversation or check out our opening times!

Day 2

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What's On


Welcome to your Students' Union. Find out about our exciting plans by watching our video below

You can also find out more by viewing our presentation or downloading our introduction booklet

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