A dinner was held in Hall to mark the retirement of Michael Vaughan-Lee on 18th September this year. Michael was a dedicated tutor for many, many generations of Mathematics undergraduates at Christ Church.
Updated: Tuesday 12th October 2010 13:21
On 13th September, Christ Church hosted its first ever Board of Benefactors' Gaudy; our special way of saying thank you to all Benefactors who have donated so generously to the House.
Updated: Friday 19th November 2010 9:49
Christ Church Picture Gallery
The collector and military-man General John Guise (1683 – 1765) left his impressive art collection to Christ Church, his former college. Among the almost 2000 Old Master drawings are many with a military topic. Is this is a mere coincidence or do they illustrate the General’s own interest and taste? The exhibition showed over thirty drawings, ranging from a depiction of the war-god Mars by Rubens to whole compositional drawings of battle scenes by the Florentine artist Niccolò Circignani.
Created: Tuesday 5th October 2010
The 2010 Annual Boat Club Society Dinner was held in Hall on Friday 18th June. The Boat Club were celebrating a fourth consecutive headship.
Updated: Tuesday 20th July 2010 9:21
Christ Church Boat House
2009 was a vintage year for Christ Church and 2010 was just as succesful with the Mens' 1st Torpid retaining their headship in March and the Mens' 1st VIII rowing over Head during Eights Week in May. For a full report please visit the new Boat Club News page.
Updated: Thursday 22nd July 2010 16:58
Christ Church, 30th September 2008
Nearly seventy former and current members of Christ Church RFC gathered together for a Rugby Gaudy in Hall last month. The guest list spanned those who had matriculated in the early 1950s to current undergraduates who had entered the House as recently as 2007. There was also a fantastic turnout from members of the famous Cuppers winning teams of 1974, 1975 and 1979.
Created: Friday 5th June 2009
Christ Church, 20th September 2008
Old members had the opportunity to say goodbye to Professor Christopher Butler, the much loved and respected English Tutor, at the annual Association Dinner in September. Professor Butler was presented with a book full of tributes from his former graduate and undergraduate students and a print of Christ Church.
Updated: Friday 5th June 2009 16:08
Christ Church, 14th June 2008
Over 150 old members and guests joined current members of the House for a spectacular evening of entertainment within the glorious setting of Tom Quad and the gardens of Christ Church. A banquet in Hall, a speech by Shakespeare, horse and carriage rides, dodgems, rock bands and the worlds largest chocolate fountain were among the multitude of attractions on offer to guests at this year's Ball. A full write up by the Ball Committee will feature in the Michaelmas 2008 edition of Christ Church Matters.
Updated: Friday 5th June 2009 15:59
Waddesdon Manor, 15th November 2007
Old members enjoyed a special treat on 15th November with a tour of Waddesdon Manor, adorned with sumptious Christmas decorations inside and out and populated by ballet dancers and children dressed as characters from the tales of Hans Christian Andersen. Especially memorable were the rooms representing the tale of the 'Princess and the Pea' and a delightful 'Thumbelina'. A delicous three course supper was served in the Manor Restaurant and hosted by Simon Offen, the Association Chairman, and his wife Kathryn. Christ Church would like to thank them both for giving our old members such a warm welcome and a thoroughly delightful evening.
Created: Friday 5th June 2009
Frilford Heath Golf Club, 23rd March 2007
The Christ Church team, captained by Robert Seward (1965), was triumphant at this year's intercollegiate golf tournament. The team won by a comfortable margin (7 points) in only the second year that Housemen have entered the competition. The trophy was presented to representatives of the team at a prize giving dinner hosted by St Peter's College, who organised this year's tournament. The top performance of the day came from James Philpott (1990), who scored 41 points on the Red Course. To read the tournament newsletter, please click here.
Updated: Friday 5th June 2009 15:39