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    Simple question - does everyone take their own pans/kettles/toasters etc for the communal kitchen in halls? Seems like a lot of space by having like 10 of everything...

    A kettle per kitchen will be provided.

    (Original post by Student Accomodation)
    The kitchens, which include dining areas, are equipped with a cooker, one or two large fridge/freezer(s), food cupboards, electric kettle, an iron, ironing board, chairs, tables and a sink unit. Rice cookers are provided in off-campus communal kitchens and are available on request on-campus. Students need to provide their own crockery, cutlery and cookware. In front of most of the terrace kitchens there is a paved area for sitting out in Summer.

    NB For "Polden Court Levels 2 and 3 Catered option" the situation is different. The two very large kitchens on each level will have facilities for making snacks and light meals, but will not have individual store cupboards or be equipped to the level of the kitchens in self-catered areas. Each kitchen will be accessible to 22/24 students.
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Updated: August 23, 2011
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