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Tips on what to do when moving into your new Sheffield student home, the checklist to the big move on the 1st of July, the day where 70,000 students and graduates from both Sheffield Hallam and University of Sheffield are changing homes.
Unfortunately, all good things come to an end, if your contract concludes on the 30th of June, please read the following details on the moving out procedures: How to prepare if you are moving out of your Sheffield Property To...
Please find below the Sheffield Property to Let Moving out / End of the year 2020-2021 Questionnaire. Each participant that completes the questionnaire will receive either a free bottle of wine or a four-pack of beer. Deadline: 11pm, 4th July...
As of the 8th March, school children are back, and we, students, are due back on campus soon. PCR or lateral flow tests at the ready. Lockdown is slowly lifting its heavy curtain, and we shall soon be celebrating freedoms again.
The UK government announced another national lockdown on the 5th January, stopping many of us from either returning to Uni or returning home. Personally, I find working on my degree from my student accommodation much easier! Let us explore the pros and cons of staying in student digs!
The last couple of years we have brought you ‘homemade presents’ and ‘what to do at Christmas in Sheffield’ we even wrote the helpful ‘ Making the most of your Christmas Break.’ This year we thought we would look at what you can do over the break outside of the 5 days of Christmas freedom!
All our classes are going online, and we, students have been given a window to travel home. So what about next year? Do we secure an apartment or wait as the Universities have been telling us? Here we look at what questions you might ask yourself.
Planning a night in your flat watching Netflix, AmazonPrime, etc, with the flatmates or University mates, and want to get to know your new city "Sheffield" you call home? Check out these different movies that were filmed in Sheffield.
Halloween is on the 31st October and is an ancient tradition of scaring away the ghosts and ghouls from your homes and lives. The American tradition of trick or treat has made it across the pond, and so you are likely to get a hoard of children dressed up, knocking at your door, begging for sweets and treats. So here are a few you can make to appease these little devils, or yourselves if you prefer.