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Christ Church Conferences
Christ Church has an experienced catering services team. The Hall is managed by Mr Andrew Hedges. The kitchen, under the direction of Mr Chris Simms provides a high standard of cuisine. The college caters for lunches, banquets, weddings and receptions. A comprehensive range of menus is offered, a wide range of dietary needs can be met.
Christ Church offers a range of well equipped meeting rooms of different sizes which can be configured to meet your needs.
All rooms have Screen, OHP and Flipchart. TV and Video can be provided on request. Lecture Room 1, Lecture Room 2 and Blue Boar Lecture Theatre have built in data projectors. Additional audiovisual equipment can be provided on request. Lecture Room 2 and Blue Boar Lecture Theatre have a hearing loop installed.
The Oxford Experience summer school is held at Christ Church every July and August. This established programme is a flagship summer school of the University’s Department for Continuing Education.
Around fifty different subjects are offered each year and the intimate nature of the tutorial experience is ensured by limiting the seminar participants to twelve per tutor. Seminars are held on weekday mornings, with afternoons free for course-related trips, individual study or exploring Oxford.
Each conference is a unique event with its own diverse needs and expectations, and Chriust Church offers excellent value whether you are planning a small event for a day or a large conference over a longer period.
The prices here are a guide to the College's current tariff, under the following headings:
Current Conference Tariff
College accommodation in the centre of Oxford for up to 300 delegates in comfortable, modernised study bedrooms.
130 Ensuite Rooms
Single, Twin and Double rooms available
Tea and coffee making facilities and free laundrette services
Internet Service free to all conference delegates
Access to Christ Church Picture Gallery
April 8th-11th 2013
The symposium will be the 7th in an international series started in Sheffield in 1993 and held most recently in Montreal (2007) and Chengdu (2010). The symposium normally attracts key researchers in fretting fatigue from around the world and provides an opportunity for informal discussions as well as oral and poster sessions