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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1974-1975-93

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ΙΟΟ General Information King's College Hall Champion Hill London SE5 Warden Duggan ph Extensions to King's College Hall made possible by the generosity of an anonymous benefactor were completed in two stages in 1966 and 1971 respect- ively The Hall now comprising the old Platanes residence and the new exten- sions provides places for 450 men students of King's College accommodated for the most part in single study-bedrooms though places are also available in shared rooms at reduced fee for small number of residents The fee for full session of 30 weeks is £288 for single study-bedroom reduction for shared rooms all fees are payable at the College Office in advance by equal terminal instalments Vacation residence is available for research students students from overseas clinical students at King's College Hospital and students in other approved categories and is charged at proportionate weekly rate The fees include breakfast and dinner on weekdays and breakfast lunch and tea at weekends All study-bedrooms are provided with wash-basins with hot and cold water and all public rooms are centrally heated The Hall stands in pleasant grounds of more than four acres with lawns and gardens on the higher part of Denmark Hill There are very convenient bus and train services to the College which can be reached in about 30 minutes King's College Hospital is within walking distance of the Hall and places are available in Hall for students of the Hospital The Hall is well provided with common rooms and other social amenities as well as libraries and quiet rooms for study there are principal and supplementary common rooms tele- vision rooms rooms for billiards table-tennis and music and two squash courts Halliday Hall South Side Clapham Common London SW4 Warden Mrs Alison Jefford This Hall provides accommodation for 133 women students of all faculties in King's College Fees are £288 session of 30 weeks reduction for shared rooms and include all meals except lunch Monday to Friday Halliday Hall was built as hotel in the 1930's and much of its unique atmosphere derives from this original use There is for instance very large number of study bedrooms with their own bathrooms the rooms themselves offer an interesting variety of shapes and sizes and the provision of lounges library and other public rooms is unusually generous There is also large and attractive walled garden which includes tennis court The Student House Committee plays an active part in the social arrangements and was for instance largely instrumental in the planning opening and running of the Halliday Hall Club bar
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