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For the past two months the east end of the cathedral has been hidden by scaffolding, while painstaking repair and restoration work took place on the fifteenth century stone vaulted ceiling with its famous pendent bosses. Details of the work that has been carried out are given below. The work is now complete.
Updated: Friday 14th March 2014 15:23
Why not book dinner in the Great Hall during the Oxford Literary Festival?
Updated: Wednesday 12th March 2014 23:17
The Sub Dean, Canon Edmund Newey, took part in a sponsored abseil from the tower of St Mary Magdalen’s on Saturday 8 March to raise funds for Christian Aid.
Updated: Tuesday 11th March 2014 17:16
A new video in the Oxford Today series on "Architecture which shook Oxford" features Christ Church Archivist Judith Curthoys, on the subject of Christ Church: http://www.oxfordtoday.ox.ac.uk/culture/videos-podcasts-galleries/architecture-shook-oxford-5
Updated: Monday 10th March 2014 11:59
Research by Christ Church academic Kate Bennett has confirmed that a tiny church in Hampshire is the work of Inigo Jones.
Updated: Sunday 9th March 2014 19:40
Dr Stephen Darlington, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Music, and Organist and Director of Music at Christ Church, is to be made a Fellow of the Royal School of Church Music...
Updated: Saturday 1st March 2014 18:15
Christ Church College Choir went to sing a service of Choral Evensong at St George's Chapel, Windsor...
Updated: Sunday 16th February 2014 19:23
We are delighted that Christ Church has been awarded Fairtrade status, recognising our commitment to supporting and using Fairtrade products.
Updated: Thursday 6th February 2014 19:09
Only a few poems of the Greek poet Sappho’s work have survived but thanks to Christ Church's Professor Dirk Obbink two new works have just been recovered...
Updated: Sunday 16th February 2014 19:24
On the 25th January four new Honorary Canons are being "installed" in the cathedral.
Updated: Saturday 25th January 2014 9:42