What to bring?

What to bring?
11th April 2019 Sam Taylor


  • Bedding – sheet, pillowcase, duvet cover (x2), pillow(s) and duvet
  • Towels and bath mat
  • Alarm clock (if your mobile phone doesn’t have one)
  • Coat hangers
  • Personal belongings to make your room feel homely


  • Crockery – a couple of plates, bowls, mugs, cups, glasses
  • Cutlery and cooking utensils – e.g. wooden spoon, tin opener, bottle opener, cheese grater, chopping board, colander, baking trays etc.
  • Pots and pans for cooking
  • Tea towels
  • Airtight food containers


  • Cleaning materials – washing up liquid, cloths, cleaning products (non-bleach) for basin/en-suite, duster, polish, washing powder for clothes, etc
  • Toilet rolls
  • Iron (an ironing board is provided in communal kitchens)
  • Basic food provisions to last until you do your first shop
  • Toiletries

Items that are not permitted in halls

The following list is not exclusive, so please check your licence agreement and Residents’ Handbook for more details

  • Deep fat fryers/chip pans
  • Candles and incense sticks
  • Barbecues
  • Electric/paraffin heaters
  • Electrical items that are over a year old that have not been PAT tested. Initial PAT testing will be offered at the start of the academic year. Information will be
  • provided at the start of term.
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