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Brief review of Exchange Works: It's located in probably the best spot in Sheffield, it's about 5 minutes from everything you need. The rooms are reasonably sized and come with full desks. The flat facilities are pretty decent, for 6 of us we had 2 fridge/ freezers, 2 sinks, 2 stoves and also plenty of cupboard space so we never had to argue over anything. The kitchen has a sofa area with a tv Ariel port to plug in a tv which is handy. Washing and drying costs a fortune but unfortunately that's the same in all student accommodations, expect to spend £5-6 on wash and dry, or be smart and buy a clothes horse to dry clothes. Fire alarms... Oh boy... Be prepared for everything to trigger the fire alarms, having a shower? FIRE ALARM, cooking some food with the door open? FIRE ALARM, just laying in bed sleeping before exams? FIRE ALARM. Everything will trigger these bad boys and they hold regular tests. Buy some ear muffs and just be glad you're safe if there ever is a fire...
These halls have made my university experience so throughly wonderful and I honestly adore every moment because of the wonderful people in such a great set up. I cannot emphasise enough how brilliant Mardon is, I wake up every morning thrilled and feeling so lucky to have been put in such a fabulous place.
Best hall on campus by far. Great central location. Short walk to anywhere on campus. Great social experience. Common room and library, with a piano! Sharing a shower block is fine, was never a problem for anyone. You will be proud of Mardon Hall when you live there.
Mardon hall was ideal. The fact that there are only 100 people makes it very communal as everyone knows each other. I have moved on to living with friends from Mardon for the 3 following years and we still have a very close-knit 'Mardon family'. Shared rooms also helped to create this family feeling, as you get to know people on a deeper level. I shared a room and got along very well with my roommate, at no point did I regret choosing a shared room.