St Gabriel's Hall

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St Gabriel's Hall (commonly known as "Gabs") is a small and friendly all-female hall of residence belonging to The University of Manchester. It has a caring atmosphere and is situated within easy walking distance of The University. It is located in the Victoria Park area of Rusholme in the city of Manchester.

St. Gabriel's Hall is a catered hall offering breakfast and dinner (5.45 pm-6.30 pm) Monday to Friday, with self-catering at weekends. Every night there is a meat, fish and vegetarian option.

A variety of sporting and social events are organised throughout the year by the Junior Common Room Committee. The Committee comprises 2 Social Secretaries, a Treasurer, a Secretary, a Senior Student, an Environmental Secretary and Sports Secretary. It has good links with one of the other single sex halls at The University of Manchester, St Anselm Hall (Slems). Bar nights take place on Mondays and Wednesdays.

The Hall is split into two main parts; the Main Building and Woodthorpe Flats. Main Building houses around half of the students, who live on corridors and share showers, toilets and a kitchen. Woodthorpe contains the other half of the students and has a number of flats, sleeping from 4 to 8 people. Some of these flats have en-suite facilities. Both the Main Building and Woodthorpe have its own laundry room.

There are ethernet points in all study bedrooms.

Other facilities at The Hall include; a library, computers, a gym, a chapel, a store room, a laundry room, TV room, tennis court, and vending machines.

The current warden Is Alexandria C. Walker.

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Coordinates: 53°27′30″N 2°13′26″W / 53.4584°N 2.2240°W / 53.4584; -2.2240