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The Meadow after 50 years of peace

Meadow50 years ago, Oxford City Council published their proposals for a relief road through the Meadow... 

Christ Church's Tom Lees - Sportsman of the Year

Tommy LeesSecond year Christ Church student Tom Lees has been announced as Oxford University Sport Walter’s Sportsman of the Year...

David Maw awarded Grand Prix Andre Marchal

Dr David Maw

David Maw, Research Fellow and Tutor in Music at Oriel College and Lecturer at Christ Church, Queen's and Trinity Colleges, was awarded the Grand Prix Andre Marchal for organ improvisation...

Remembrance Day

Photo:RWThere will be a short Service of Remembrance held in the Cathedral at 10:55am on Monday, 11 November.

Court Sermon 2013

Court Service 2013This year's Court Sermon was delivered at Evensong on Tuesday 15th October...

Students and Staff run Half Marathon

Half MarathonStudents and Staff from Christ Church ran the Oxford Half Marathon on Sunday October 13th....

New World Electric Land Speed Record

Drayson Racing ImageNew World Electric Land Speed Record of 204mph set with YASA engine...

Flautist Chloe Bradshaw wins Bryn Terfel prize

Chloe BradshawChrist Church music student Chloe-Angharad Bradshaw, wins the Bryn Terfel Scholarship at the Urdd Gobaith Cymru youth competition in Aberystwyth.

Incumbents’ Conference 2013

At the beginning of October sixty clergy from parishes associated with Christ Church spent a fruitful three days at here for the 2013 Christ Church Incumbents’ Conference...

Belinda Jack appointed to London’s Oldest Professorship

Four Century Old Tradition continued through The Mysteries of Reading and Writing:
Belinda Jack appointed to London’s Oldest Professorship

Gresham College, London’s oldest Higher Education Institution, is delighted to announce the appointment of Christ Church's Dr Belinda Jack as the new Professor of Rhetoric. Her free public lectures on The Mysteries of Reading and Writing will continue the College’s tradition of offering free education for all, which began with the College’s founding in 1597.

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