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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1966-1967-75

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80 General Information Single study-bedrooms of moderate size fitted with hot and cold water and wash-basin There are 20 rooms of this type Fee £160 The fees quoted are for session of three terms They are payable in advance at the College Office by terminal instalments The meals provided are breakfast and dinner on Mondays to Fridays inclusive and full board at week-ends All rooms have central heating electric fires each with its own meter provide supplementary heating if desired The public rooms comprise two common rooms library billiards room ballroom normally used for badminton and table-tennis and dining hall Two electric lifts serve the upper floors During term time one guest room is available Applications should be made to the Sub-Warden Halliday Hall South Side Clapham Common SW4 as soon as possible after the applicant has been accepted whether definitely or conditionally by his Faculty for admission to the College and in any case not later than mid-May for residence the following October Canterbury Hall Warden Verena McCririck Canterbury Hall situated in Cartwright Gardens WC1 has accommodation for 220 women students 50 places are reserved for King's College students Fees are from £171 to £181 10s od for session of approximately 30 weeks and include all meals except lunch Monday to Friday College Hall Warden Mrs Joyce Witt sc College Hall situated in Malet Street WC1 overlooks the University site and provides residence for 220 women students of the University Fees are from £171 to £181 10i od session All meals except Monday to Friday lunches Nutford House Warden Mrs Elizabeth Osman Nutford House situated in Brown Street off George Street Wi is Uni- versity hall of residence and has accommodation for 193 women students mainly in single study-bedrooms The fees for session of approximately 30 weeks are Single room £171 share of double room £162 All meals except lunch Monday to Friday The three above-mentioned halls of residence for women students have common application form which may be obtainedfrom any one of the Halls stamped addressed envelope must be sent with the enquiry The completed form should be sent to the Hall of first choice by the end of March for admission the following October There are occasional vacancies in the course of the academic year
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