Costs will vary depending upon how you shop and the choices you make, but on average, students spend £25 a week on food. (National Student Money Survey 2016)
Try to club together with housemates and do one big grocery shop between you. Compare prices between brands and stores.
Preparing your meals from scratch will work out cheaper than purchasing ready meals. Make sandwiches and a flask of coffee rather than buying purchase food and drink on campus.
There are many options available according to the phone you choose and whether you have a contract or not. Shop around for the deal that you can best afford to suit your needs.
Socialising and Leisure costs
Again, these will vary depending upon the choices you make but the National Student Money Survey 2016 found that students spend on average £15 a week.
The Winchester Students Union offers a range of events throughout the academic year.
There is a huge range of bars and restaurants in Winchester, many of which offer discounts to students.
The University has a gym which offers preferential rates to students.