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Tips for first time flat-sharing

Sharing your first home with others outside of your support network is always a memorable one. We learn a lot of things about ourselves and other people when we flat-share. Working lives, cleaning preferences, relaxation styles – the list is infinite. Some people realise early on that they easily fit into a flat-share. Others struggle. …

30. May 2021
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The History Behind King’s Cross

King’s Cross St Pancras is most notable for its train stations and home to one of the oldest churches in Europe. Served by a variety of underground, overground, and even international lines; this is an area of London filled with rushing commuters and visitors passing through. This week’s blog post takes a dive into some …

23. May 2021
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What do we love about London?

London is one of the cities in the UK where you can feel the effects of the pandemic most. Reliant on tourism, commuters, and immigration, London has become a shell of what it once was. As a many moved their quarantine base outside of the city. But as things slowly open up again, and the …

16. May 2021
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The History Behind Notting Hill

Notting Hill; famous for the annual Notting Hill Carnival and Portobello Market. Myrooms offer flat-shares in this worldly district as we know this is a highly sought after living area. However, if you’re looking to rent here; how much do you know about its background? This blog examines a brief history behind Notting Hill. Pottery …

9. May 2021
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Exam Season

Whilst us adults look forward to April and May due to its many public holidays, it is now crunch time for students. Undergraduate university exams begin next month, with a lot of course/practical work due this one. Students everywhere are trying to muster up the willpower to lurch themselves from their day out in the …

2. May 2021
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The History Behind Soho

Soho is one of the busiest and most vibrant areas of Central London. Now the gay capital of London, and filed with bars, music venues, and raunchy shops, it’s hard to imagine that up until the 17th century Soho was only a series of open fields! In this blog, we examine a brief history behind …

25. April 2021