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Types of clothes and how many of each: t shirt, trousers, jeans, dresses, pyjamas etc. What 'fancy' clothes? Decorations? Stationery? Kitchen and bathroom things? Etc
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Types of clothes and how many of each: t shirt, trousers, jeans, dresses etc. What 'fancy' clothes? Decorations? Stationery? Kitchen and bathroom things? Etc
i literally took my whole wardrobe because i could fit it, think about it if you can leave it at home for weeks unless its very formal or for sentimental value, do you really need to keep it.
you'll want a couple of sets of sheets/pillowcases/duvet covers and towels and kitchen wise basic cutlery, maybe 4 different pans including a frying pan, couple of baking trays, couple of cups and mugs and some utensils and tea towels is the basic.
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Thank you this was very helpful 😀
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i literally took my whole wardrobe because i could fit it, think about it if you can leave it at home for weeks unless its very formal or for sentimental value, do you really need to keep it.
you'll want a couple of sets of sheets/pillowcases/duvet covers and towels and kitchen wise basic cutlery, maybe 4 different pans including a frying pan, couple of baking trays, couple of cups and mugs and some utensils and tea towels is the basic.
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Pls, errrrbody pack your manners and sense in your suitcases too, there should be enough space. When student finance comes remind yourself that there's rice at home
Okay but on a serious note, everything you use at home be it for working, sleeping, eating etc, bring; clothes (dresses for 'fancy' clothes I guess..), pens. I wouldn't bring cleaning products e.g for the bathroom because it can easily be bought at Uni. Bring sentimental items to personalise your room and feel more at home.
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Types of clothes and how many of each: t shirt, trousers, jeans, dresses, pyjamas etc. What 'fancy' clothes? Decorations? Stationery? Kitchen and bathroom things? Etc
Hey! Essentially your moving so you will need most your clothes! The only thing id say is maybe keep summer stuff at home when you move in september as you wont need them until about april! Id bring most stationary as you'll need it for your assignments. Bring everything you use for a kitchen - plates, bowls, knives, forks, spoons, cups, pans, grater etc.Bathroom- towels, toiletries, bleach, soap etc. Hope this helps!!
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I've heard a few tips to bring A-Level notes if they're relevant to your course (and you haven't burned them XD)
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