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OUTING TO JESUS COLLEGE, OXFORD

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Jesus College

Turl Street

Oxford

OX1 3DW

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Outing to Jesus College, Oxford, founded in 1571 by Queen Elizabeth 1st. Behind the scenes tour including Fellows Library and TE Lawrence rooms followed by lunch on High Table in 17th C hall. Time to explore central Oxford in afternoon.'

Jesus College, Oxford was founded by Queen Elizabeth 1st in 1571 at the request of Welsh lawyer and clergyman Hugh Price and was initially intended for the education of future clergymen.

The compact central College site has beautiful 17th century quadrangles tucked away, right in the heart of Oxford. The Fellow's Library is a glorious galleried room built 1676-77 and is home to around 11,000 antiquarian printed volumes and the typed original of TE Lawrence's (alumnus 1907) thesis on Crusader castles. Other well known 20th century alumni include former Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, author William Boyd and quiz-master Magnus Magnusson.

The cost for the trip is £32 per head which also includes lunch.

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