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    Hey, so my name is Sam, I'm considering taking Film and Moving Image Production at NUA, but a big factor of me deciding is the accommodation. I've got a few medial conditions so I'd just like to know which would be better.

    I've been looking at All Saints Green and Beechcroft, but I just can't decide which is best. Now with my condition, I can't do a lot of walking without needing a break (not fat, just haven't got a full heart is all) so that would favour All Saints Green, the rooms seem nicer there, it's in the centre of Norwich which I do like. But then theres Beechcroft.

    Now Beechcroft seems really lovely, I've watched the videos on the NUA website about both, and one thing that really stuck out from the Beechcroft one was "Everyone knows everyone", I do love getting to know people, and being at Beechcroft definitely seems nice to me, I like to get to know people, I love being friendly. Now I know there's bus routes and I could always get a bike or even a car (I mean, Norwich is pretty much a pedestrianised city so cars aren't all that great but it would sure help).

    I did want to come to an open day, but I live nearish Bristol and I've checked train and bus fares, it's too expensive for me to go down for the day, I just haven't got the money. I was just looking to see if anyone on here goes to NUA and knows what the 2 accommodation's are like and whether you could tell me a bit more.

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    I don't go to NUA but my best friend goes. She stayed in All Saints Green and from what I saw, it was really well kept and clean accommodation. It's literally right in the centre of town like you said - all the shops were a five minute walk away. There's also a Sainsbury's very nearby so you don't have to worry about going too far to shop for your groceries. I didn't walk to the university but from my understanding, it was about a 15 minute walk there
 
 
 
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