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    This is possibly in the wrong place but I couldn't see where else to put it.

    Just wondering if anyone has any recommendations as to what's the best, but cheapest writing paper for writing notes up onto. I was going to get a spiral bound book to take to lectures and then either sort notes into files after or write them up as I tend to be messy, but paper if often too thin to write on both sides.

    I realise this is a random ask, but I like my stationary :tongue:
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    I used to like the WHSmiths wide ruled pads. Fairly cheap (they used to do offers) and thick enough to write on both sides.
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    (Original post by Lehane)
    This is possibly in the wrong place but I couldn't see where else to put it.

    Just wondering if anyone has any recommendations as to what's the best, but cheapest writing paper for writing notes up onto. I was going to get a spiral bound book to take to lectures and then either sort notes into files after or write them up as I tend to be messy, but paper if often too thin to write on both sides.

    I realise this is a random ask, but I like my stationary
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    I used to like the WHSmiths wide ruled pads. Fairly cheap (they used to do offers) and thick enough to write on both sides.
    I second this. Or a Pukka Pad but these are more expensive generally.

    Though this year I used one of these http://www.pukka-pads.co.uk/products...prjtbooks.html Amazing for an idiot like me who loses notes and stuff easily!
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    I always get the Jotta Metallic A4 pad. Nothing else. To be honest, it's the best pad out there, the paper is thick enough to write on both sides, and it's bliss when filing the separate sheets away.
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    Tesco has a Pukka pad with 160 pages for £2 so I think I'll get one of them as it's pretty good value.

    Thank you for all your help!! Cookies for all! hehe
 
 
 

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