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“Exeter is Oxford’s fourth oldest college. It has occupied much of its present site since its foundation in 1314.
Its founder, Walter de Stapeldon, was a Devon man who rose from a humble background to become Bishop of Exeter and Treasurer of England under Edward II. He founded the College to provide an educated clergy for his diocese. During its first centuries, Exeter drew its members mainly from Devon and Cornwall.”
Lady Margaret Hall
“LMH is a pioneering Oxford University college. We have been changing lives since 1879, when we became the first to educate women – until then excluded from Oxford. We admitted men in 1979 and, in 2016, became the first Oxbridge college to establish a Foundation Year for under-represented students.”
Egrove Park Conference Centre
“Our Egrove Park site is a residential business meeting venue in a parkland setting, only two miles from Oxford City Centre. The venue supports a wide range of business meetings, from boardroom discussions to residential conferences.”