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Lost PropertyEast Park Terrace/Sir James Matthews Building
Found June 2016 - August 2016

Current items in lost property

Electronics
1 x charger; 1 x USB memory stick; 1 x phone; 1 x phone case;
1 x earphones

Various
3 x keys; 1 x umbrella; 1 x official documents; 1 x wallet/purse;
2 x bankcards; 1 x other; 1 x money; 2 x notebook; 2 x bag; 1 x book

Jewellery
4 x glasses; 1 x bracelet;

Clothing 
2 x jacket; 1 x scarf; 2 x coat; 1 x hat; 2 x cardigan; 1 x hoody; 1 x t-shirt

Finding items on campus

Main campus

Lost property should be handed to, and collected from, the University reception desk. Reception can be reached on ext. 3200 or 023 8201 3200. 

  • After six weeks, items may be destroyed, sent to a charity, or the relevant authority as appropriate.
  • Items such as student cards are sent to the Student Hub.
  • Library books from the University library are returned to the library.
  • Wallets and valuables are kept in a securely locked safe.
  • Items deemed to be unhygenic will be disposed of immediately.

Collection times

 Day Time
Monday to Friday          8.00am - 6pm         
Saturday 9am - 1pm

Warsash campus

Any found items should be handed to the reception team who will log details and hold them for three months. Warsash reception can be reached on ext. 4206 or 023 8201 4206.

Current items in Warsash lost property

Various
1x bike lead; 1x chart case; 1x pair glasses; 1x mini drafter; 2x pencil cases; 1x water bottle

Collection times

 Day Time
Monday to Thursday       8.30am - 5pm
Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm    

Page last updated on Tuesday 30 August 2016 at 2.15pm.

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