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There are obvious problems with leaving stuff when halls are unoccupied.

I would advise that you move anything of value out even if the uni lets you leave it.
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(Original post by Frances)
which hall did you stay in?
Cripps. It had a nice 'communal' feel but was ****ing noisy when the drunkards came stumbling in at 2am. Bit run down for me, but it had character. Which hall were you in?
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Cripps. It had a nice 'communal' feel but was ****ing noisy when the drunkards came stumbling in at 2am. Bit run down for me, but it had character. Which hall were you in?
I live in cripps! (in j block, opposite the dining hall) and "****ing noisy when the drunkards came stumbling in at 2am" sounds about right! :rolleyes:
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At Sheffield most catered contracts are for '31+7 weeks'. So you can't stay during the 7 weeks (Christmas, Easter) but you can leave your stuff in your room.
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At Notts they make you totally empty your room every holiday. There are free storage rooms, which are locked when we leave, but they dont take responsibilty for anything broken/damaged etc. So prob dont want to leave too much in them.
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