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I was in the shared bedroom block, which allowed me to get to know about 50 people, as we also befriended the flat below us. I found that people knew when to party and when to study and it was a good balance. The Wi-Fi completely disappeared from my flat one weekend and it wasn't great for the rest of the year.
Woodland court offers you a double bed and your own larger en-suite shower room. In comparison to the quads and other accomodation. My room felt quite big. I have a lot of clothes, therfore the storage space available was amazing, 1 wardrobe and 4 big open sleves and 2 drawers. The social experience, it is amazing, we are right next to the quads for socials. The kitchen and lounge area is amazing for space and pres. The only downside, my room wasnt that warm, as well as wifi skipping out at times. Also the kitchen got cleaned 3 times a week and my room got cleaned every 6 weeks was enough. My first choice originally was between woodland and the quads, but i have a friend in the quads and her room is tiny and she has a single bed. I am so glad i picked woodland. If i had the option again to choose it i would. Social experience is amazing, but really thats down to who you live with. I was very lucky in getting a flat were 80% of people like going out.
Had a massive kitchen, and had amazing social life and next to everything on campus. Bad things: heating only comes on at certain times so it's freezing in winter. My room was so cold it was hard to sleep. Cleaning: could of done my with shower drain cleaning more.
Heating is really high in winter. Rooms are spacious and beds are comfortable. Nice having your own toilet. Woodland Court is not very socialble as a whole block though. Location is amazing as it's quiet but near to the gym and the lime tree.
Hesitant about sharing a room but has been completely fine. Residential Tutor is incredibly helpful, ensuring our bins are collected twice as much as normal, organising our post delivered to the kitchen and getting more shelving for the kitchen. The halls, kitchen and lounge area are huge which is great for the amount of people on the floor.