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Matt

moving to uni.

I have now moved into my room at Newcastle Uni.  All the pics are up, the TV is set up, and the mini-bar is chilling the cokes for later.

those anyone know the best person to get in-touch with regarding garden railways in Newcastle.
Sir haydn

I asked while in newcastle a few years back if anyone knew of someone with a garden railway. The Answer I got was Y .I . Pet. So he could be a good place to start. He appears alot around those parts. Must have his fingers in many a pie.
Pretoria

   
Just remember to do some work as well !!

(Grumpy old taxpayer)

But good luck !

Matt

don't worry, I'll work my socks off.

Should be a good course, Mechanical Engineering (Bachelors).
Elmtree Line

Matt wrote:
don't worry, I'll work my socks off.

Should be a good course, Mechanical Engineering (Bachelors).


First tip, keep your socks on  
Mrs F Controller

Keith&Joanna wrote:
Matt wrote:
don't worry, I'll work my socks off.

Should be a good course, Mechanical Engineering (Bachelors).


First tip, keep your socks on  


Second tip don't forget to wash them from time to time!!    (there speaks a mother of 3 boys!)

Have a great time!!    
Endless, Nameless

I applied for that course... seems a long time ago now. Newcastle was my first choice but I monged up my A- levels and ended up at the other end of the country instead. Worked out alright in the end.

Dunno anyone up there anymore. Work hard, but don't forget to have fun. Learning life skills is nearly as important as doing well in exams... a degree will get you so far, the ability to communicate will get you a lot further, in my experience.

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