welcome to a little bit rebel! we're a 200wc rl board set in the semi-fictional canterbury, connecticut, usa. we've been around 14 months and don't plan on going anywhere any time soon! here at ALBR we pride ourselves on being welcoming and friendly to anyone and everyone. we hope that you can find a home here with us.
please remember to join with your character's first and last name in CAPS! we are also encouraging older characters to evolve our community so please consider it.
after a great few weeks of shooting toxic dancing in canterbury, the team has filmed all they need. to celebrate, and thank the town, the producers have invited everyone to the wrap party taking place in the community park. while the event is 18+, those under 18 who are sneaky enough can surely find a way in.
where all of the local restaurants and diners and coffee shops are located. enjoy a cup of coffee or tea, or maybe try the italian place down the road. make sure to pick up some fresh bread and cupcakes on the way home, though!
a gym for all those who want to stay in shape! free weights, machines, a track, and two basketball courts, and one indoor soccer field. memberships for adults are $60/month, $45 for students and seniors.
lucky for visitors, canterbury is home to a very pleasant inn. there are plenty of rooms, smoking and non-smoking, and it is located conveniently near ellison academy. the rates are low so even ellison alumni can stop by to visit their friends still in school.
for the locals and staff members who contribute to making canterbury such a wonderful place to thrive, these residences come in a variety of sizes based on your means of living. it's a pleasant community and neighborhood to live in, and isn't too far from main street.
not many people leave canterbury once they are here, but every once in a while a group of students or locals go for a little getaway. there is a campground, forest, and even the occasional cottage. or maybe you fancy a trip back home. the world is at your fingertips. grab it while you still can.
stratton university, being fairly new, has a small student body. since it is so small, the need for on campus living is limited. there are a total of four residences - three co-ed, one all female. all buildings were finished in 1977 and refurbished in 2004. all buildings are a pleasure to live in. there are also a handful of frats and sororities!