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I am the Accommodation Manager at St George's Tower. I look after all aspects of the student experience and my priority is to make it the best it can be. I also run regular evening social events for residents. I’m originally from Poland and used to be a pastry chef! Polish cakes are a regular tasty feature in reception and the common room.

Leicester De Montfort Freshers Week 2023

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