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Welcome to Leeds University Union's Henna Society! PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE NOT RUNNING FOR THE 2017/18 ACADEMIC YEAR If someone wants to restart this society, go to student services :)
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Welcome to LUU Henna Society!


This is a society which aims to share the art of henna amongst Leeds University students! 

Henna, or as it is traditionally known, mehndi, is an art associated with South Asian culture and is commonly known to be a a part of Pakistani and Indian weddng traditions, as well as part of festivities such as Eid, Diwali and Vaisakhi.

Henna can be a hobby for all to enjoy and you can create anything from simple floral designs to intricate patterns - it is always impressive and eye catching! So come and join us and see what you can create!

Become a member for the year for just £4! This allows entry to our fortnightly sessions in the Union and also discount from our socials! 

If you're not too sure about joining us just yet, come and visit us at one of our fortnightly sessions for just £2, or come to our Give it a Go on the 19th October for a taster of what is to come! Everyone is welcome, whether you've tried doing henna before or not! 

The best way to find out whats going on/get involved is to visit our facebook page at ‘LUU Henna Society’: and follow us on Instagram @luuhenna2016-7 - if you want to share your own designs, just use #luuhenna!

Can't wait to see you all! 

Lots of Love

The Committee :) xxx

The Committee:

President: Dhru Pithia

Treasurer: Kate Thompson

Secretary: Kate Moorcroft


Download the Code of Good Practice Here

Download the Risk Assessment Here

Useful documents

  • Social Guidelines

    Should you be running a social, check out the guidelines for events you run.


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