Where to buy your essential items for halls
There are lots of things to remember to bring to halls on your first day. However, don’t worry if you forget something or don’t have the chance to buy everything before you move in. This article will guide you to the places near your halls where you can buy all your essential items.
From the Collect+ store on Camberwell New Road, you can Click & Collet from a range of stores including Argos, H&M HomeH&M Home, Ikea, and John Lewis. Poundland in Denmark Hill is also great for the smaller items that you need.
Emily Bowes Court
Tottenham Hale Retail Park is a 7-minute walk away from Emily Bowes Court. Here, you will discover a Wilko, a TK Maxx and an Asda Living. If you walk to Tottenham Hale Bus Station you can get the 192 bus to Glover Drive Ikea.
Furzedown Student Village and Cedars Hall
If you get the bus into Streatham you will find a Tesco Extra and an Argos where you can pick up all the things you will need. Alternatively, head to Tooting Broadway where there is a Wilko and a TK Maxx.
Gardens House and Portland House
Amazon stocks everything you will need for halls and your parcel can be delivered directly to the Glassyard Building Amazon lockers. Alternatively, in Brixton, there is a TK Maxx, an Argos, and a British Heart Foundation Furniture & Electrical store. You can also check out Brixton market.
If you walk down Severn Sisters Road towards Holloway, you will find a range of stores including Argos, Poundland, and B&Q. You can also check out the British Heart Foundation Furniture shop if you are looking for low-cost furniture. Sketch House also has Amazon Lockers where you Amazon parcels can be delivered to.
The Costume Store
Westfield, White City Shopping Centre is the best place nearby to buy all your essentials. To get there, hop on the Central line from North Acton to White City. Some of the stores we recommend there are John Lewis, M&S, H&M Home and Primark.
Will Wyatt Court
The Spar on Hoxton Street (4 min walk) is a collect+ store where you can Click & Collect from several stores including Argos, H&M home, Ikea and John Lewis. Poundland on Hoxton Street is perfect for picking up smaller items e.g. cleaning products.
If you are unsure of what you will need, make sure you check out our Handy Halls Checklist. You may want to wait until you move into your new home before you purchase everything, especially if you are sharing a kitchen.
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