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September 10th 2021

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St Hugh’s open its doors

St Hugh’s will open to the public as part of Oxford Open Doors which celebrates Oxford’s heritage and culture by giving people the chance to get behind Oxford’s closed doors.

The College will be open to everyone from 10.ooam-4.oopm on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 September. Visitors should report to the Lodge for admittance where they will be given a copy of the self-guided tour booklet covering The Dining Hall, the Chapel and the gardens.  There will be no formal tours and refreshments available.

We look forward to welcoming everyone to St Hugh’s.

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