Looking for summer storage or shipping! We supply Free Boxes and tape to your door. with free collection and Free delivery back and the great part is you pay nothing till your return. We are based in Exeter 10 mins from Exeter uni. Book on line www.exeterstudentstorage.co.uk or phone.
Why use stuff2move ? As we store locally there are no hidden shipping fees you will be stored in Exeter. Over the past few years , we have heard some horror story’s of company’s based outside of Exeter shipping to somewhere in Manchester. Then loosing everything I have had a mother in tears asking for help trying to track down there belongings sadly I could not track them down so please be careful when booking student storage companies out side of Exeter. Why use Stuff2Move ?? We have been providing student storage since 2007 We collect from your Room and deliver back to your Room.
Thankyou So much I have used Stuff2move student storage for the last 2 years its a brilliant service the guys are very helpful they collected from my room which was a great help not having to carry boxes to my reception Doreen .
Great service in the middle of coved 19 I could not get back to Exeter and stuff2move packed all my things on a video call so I could see what was being packed I came back a year later and stuff2move delivered the next day will definitely use stuff2move again Ibrahim Hussein
Fantastic I used stuff2move the 1st year and used them through my course even stored a pro keyboard after I finished uni I went home to China and had my things shipped by stuff2move I cant recommend these guys high enough Ben Cheng.
Free Boxes , Free Tape , Free collection , Free delivery back and nothing to pay till return.
Your AirTag sends out a secure Bluetooth signal that can be detected by nearby devices in the Find My network. These devices send the location of your Air Tag to iCloud — then you can go to the Find My app and see it on a map. The whole process is anonymous and encrypted to protect your privacy. And it’s efficient, so there’s no need to worry about battery life or data usage.
We put 1 Air tag in each box to be shipped. In a envelope inside of your box. all you need to do is pop it in to the post to come back to Stuff2move Exeter.
Why use Apple Air tags. ??
Couriers are fantastic and on the rare occasion that your box gets misplaced we can trace it from our end in Exeter.
How much does it cost. ??
We charge £5 per box plus the shipping we will also take a deposit for the Air Tag the Air Tags can be tracked world wide.
There will be a link on the shipping page as soon as we can get it listed if you need this service for added piece of mind just ask the Stuff2move Shipping department Shipping@stuff2move.co.uk
Ahead of the launch of AirTags, members of the media were able to test them out and first impressions are positive. AirTags have been described as “smart” and capable” for those in Apple’s ecosystem, and tracking has been lauded for its accuracy.
The AirTag is a small, button-shaped tracking device with a glossy white front that can be customized with an engraving and a silver backing. AirTags are designed around the CR2032 batteries that are inside, and need additional accessories to attach to an item. Book on Line www.exeterstudentstorage.co.uk
We found a great Student Friendly pub to celebrate end of term.
WE’RE HERE TO KEEP YOU SAFE
While we’re both excited and pleased at the easing of restrictions from Monday 19th July, we wanted to reassure you that we are proceeding with caution and that your safety and enjoyment remain our number one priority.
We’ll continue to provide hand sanitiser, keep our pub well ventilated, health screen our team members and undertake enhanced hygiene and cleaning routines. Though guests and our team members no longer have to wear face coverings, do wear one if you feel more comfortable doing so.
There are also no longer any restrictions on group booking sizes but if you can’t book a table online, please contact us directly. NHS Track and Trace will also remain in place if you wish to check in when you arrive. Look out for the QR code in pub.
Our team will be on hand to explain everything you need to know during your visit including how to order your food and drink.
ORDER TO YOUR TABLE
Ordering from your table, to your table couldn’t be easier. No need to queue at the bar, ordering is quick and easy and can be done in a few simple steps!
Check out our new menu below, make a note of your table number then simply follow the link below and order now!
You’ll receive the same great pub service, without the need to stand at the bar – Makes Sense!
take a COVID-19 test and get a negative result during the 3 days before you travel
book and pay for a travel test package, which will include COVID-19 tests to be taken on or before day 2 and on or after day 8 of your quarantine
complete a passenger locator form with details of where you will home quarantine when you arrive and the travel test package (if you are arriving from a non red-list country) booking reference number
Quarantine for 10 days after you arrive
When you arrive in the UK, you must travel directly to the place you’re staying. You should only use public transport if you have no other option.
The 10 day quarantine period is continuous from the day you arrive in England. You must quarantine in one place for the full quarantine period, where you can have food and other necessities delivered. You must quarantine at the address you provided on the passenger locator form.
This period is necessary because it can take up to 10 days for COVID-19 symptoms to appear. You can find more information on the government’s website
If you’re travelling to England from or through a country on the banned travel list you will need to book a place in a quarantine hotel and arrange coronavirus (COVID-19) tests. This option is only available to those who are British, Irish or you have the right to live in the UK (This includes those holding a Student Visa but NOT a visitor visa).
The scheme lets you choose to pay for a private COVID-19 test. If the result is negative, you can stop quarantining. You cannot take a test to release test until you have been in England for 5 full days.
Unfortunately, some criminals try to get money from students, particularly our international students. Some of these scams will be very authentic and persuasive and it can be frightening. Please don’t give out any personal details, especially banking details.
Examples of recent scams that have targeted our students include:
An international student received a hoax phone call from someone claiming to be from the Home Office and was asked to share personal details.
A student gave away their email login details through responding to a phishing email. A few months later, their email account had been hijacked and the hijacker impersonated the University to request the student pay tuition fee deposits.
Committee members of a student society have been targeted with threatening Whatsapp messages.
If you’re contacted by someone and it seems unusual, unexpected or just odd, please end the call/communication. You should then contact your Info Point who can offer you advice on what to do next. If the person who contacted you is genuine they won’t mind you checking this and then getting back to them.
An open-book non-invigilated examination that must be completed and submitted within a 24 hour period following the examination start time written on your paper and on your examination timetable.You can use as much of the available 24 hours as you wish, but we do not expect the paper to take the full 24 hours to complete. An indicative amount of time, and/or a maximum word count(s), will be stipulated in the examination rubric, and on your exam timetable.
Students will need to download, complete, and upload/submit their paper within the specified 24 hour period.
An open-book non-invigilated examination that must be completed and submitted within a fixed duration during a specified 24 hour period as defined on your paper and on your examination timetable.As soon as you begin the download of your examination paper it will be time stamped, and the fixed duration of the examination will begin.
The duration will be adjusted, where appropriate, with respect to Individual Learning Plans.
Students are allowed an additional 30 minute window where submission is to BART. If your Option 2 paper must be submitted through BART (not submitted directly within ELE), please ensure you use the 30 minute window at the end of the fixed duration to upload and submit your work, contacting the Assessment Helpdesk should you have any problems during the examination.
Students will need to download, complete, and upload/submit their paper within the fixed duration and the specified 24 hour period.
It is your responsibility to note the time you access your Option 2 examination paper, and keep track of when you will need to submit.
An extended non-invigilated examination normally to be taken over a number of weeks. Option 3 extended examinations are designed to be manageable alongside other time pressures, including other assessments.Please be aware, during the April/May assessment period you will not be able to apply for an extension to an option 3 extended examination. This is because option 3 assessments are still to be treated as examinations. Therefore students will have to apply to defer should they not be able to complete the assessment in the allocated weeks.
All Option 1 and 2 exam papers will be posted to Exams ELE, a platform for open book remote examinations. We will post a link to Exams ELE closer to the start of the exam period.
Option 3 extended examinations will be released on ELE, which you can find here. You can also access your course and revision materials on ELE.
Urban Angels Exeter was founded about a month ago by Exeter grad Talisker Alcobia Cornford, 21. With over 1,500 members already, it was the first community to launch, and since then similar groups have been set up in Birmingham, Cardiff, Portsmouth and Brighton. Talisker said: “The aim of Urban Angels is to provide a space for women to share alerts of anything potentially dangerous they experience in Exeter, a space for women to share their experiences and seek solidarity and support, and a place to share ideas, tips and set up initiatives that make the city safer for us.” The community is building a strong support network for women, to support other women.
In light of Sarah Everard’s murder and the statistic that 97% of young women have experienced a form of sexual harassment from men, women around the country have been reminded of how unsafe it can be to walk alone. Talisker told the Exeter Tab: “My idea for the group came from the desire to make UK cities safer for women. I feel immensely passionate about women’s safety, it is ridiculous that women have to fear for their safety when walking alone and that many of the actions we have to take become the norm for us.”
Are you working with people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness?
If you are then we want to hear from you!
Exeter City Council is launching a new protocol for statutory and voluntary organizations to easily refer individuals or families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to get the help they need.
To make a referral you will need to do the following:
have consent for the referral from the individual;
allow the individual to identify the housing authority in England which they would like the notification to be made to;
have consent from the individual that their contact details can be supplied so the housing authority can contact them regarding the referral;
provide us with the name, address (where known), contact information, and any other relevant details you wish to share.
If the service user is at risk of homelessness but is currently in accommodation, a prevention duty may be owed regardless of whether they have local connection to Exeter – see local connection information for more details.
If you wish to send supporting information or evidence that you feel may be helpful to assess your service users’ needs, you can do so using the upload facility in the online referral form.
We aim to respond to all inquiries within one working day and it should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete a referral!
I’m not a professional, how can I help someone who is homeless or at risk of homelessness?
We’re delighted that our subjects from across disciplines have been recognised as being amongst the very best in the world, according to the latest influential global league table.
Sixteen subjects are now positioned in the world’s top 100 – with six in the top 50 – in the latest QS World University Subject Rankings, published on Wednesday March 3rd, 2021.
Building on the success of previous years, Mining Engineering has risen into the top 10, ranked 8th this year, Sports-related subjects (13th) retains its place in the top 20, while Geography rose six places to 15th.
Elsewhere Environmental Sciences (43rd), History (46th) and Geophysics (47th) all feature in the elite Top 50 grouping.
Bomb disposal experts started examining the device at about 10:00 GMT on Saturday to decide how to deal with it.
The explosive device is estimated to be about 8ft long (2.5m).
Police said a bomb disposal team “worked through the night to establish a walled mitigation structure”.
Ch Insp Steve Alexander, of Devon and Cornwall Police, said the mitigation “box” was made using 400 tonnes of sand and “at some point today, all being well, there should be a big bang which will render this device safe”.
He said: “It’s reasonable to expect this bang will be heard quite a distance across Exeter, and it will be important for people not to report it to us as an incident as we are aware of what it is.
He also said anyone not asked to leave their homes should stay to comply with coronavirus lockdown rules.
The BBC’s John Ayres said there had been “unusual scenes” of “hundreds of students with suitcases, all marching down the street towards St David’s [railway] Station, away from the university and finding somewhere to go”.
One student, Lucy, told the BBC she was in a hall just over 330ft (100m) away from the scene when she and neighbours were told to leave at about 18:00 on Friday, given dinner and moved to hotels.
She said: “We’ve been told we’ll be staying here until Sunday.”
She added: “I didn’t think it was that big a deal until I realised how big it was and how people were taking it so seriously.”
The university said it would “support those who are affected until the situation is resolved and buildings are reopened”.
It said: “We will communicate directly later today by email with those students who have been relocated.”
The university said on Friday night it could not say exactly how many students were moved as “obviously many students are not back on campus because of the Covid-19 situation”.
Coastguard rescue officers, volunteers from Dartmoor Search and Rescue and members of disaster response charity Re:Act were among workers helping with the evacuation.
Re:Act said the evacuations were completed by about 11:00.
Devon County Council and Exeter City Council staff had been working to “support those in private residences to find alternative accommodation, providing support to those who are particularly at-risk or vulnerable”, police said.
The majority were “staying with family or friends”, officers added.
Roads have been closed in the area and city rail services disrupted as a result of the discovery.
The city was heavily attacked by German bombers in 19 raids during World War Two, particularly in May 1942 during the Baedecker Raids.
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