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St Edmund Hall, Oxford

St Edmund Hall (commonly referred to by its nickname of "Teddy Hall") is a constituent college of the University of Oxford in England. The college has a claim to be "the oldest academical society for the education of undergraduates in any university", founded around 1236.

The college is located just off Queen's Lane, near the High Street, in central Oxford and has a reputation for being a friendly college with a wide range of extra-curricular strengths in areas such as creative writing, drama, sport and music.

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by N Chadwick

Created: Wed, 16 Apr 2014, Updated: Wed, 19 Oct 2022


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SP5106 : St Edmund Hall College by N Chadwick
SP5106 : The Front Quad, St Edmund Hall by Philip Halling
SP5106 : Entrance to St Edmund Hall by N Chadwick
SP5106 : St Edmund Hall Library by N Chadwick
SP5106 : Statue in the grounds of St Edmund Hall by Stephen Craven
SP5105 : Pembroke College and St Edmund Hall Boathouse by N Chadwick
SP5106 : Oxford: St Peter in the East, off Queens Lane by Christopher Hilton
SP5106 : St Edmund Hall Library by N Chadwick
SP5106 : Queen's Lane by N Chadwick
SP5106 : St Edmund Hall College entrance by N Chadwick
SP5106 : St Edmund Hall Library by N Chadwick
SP5106 : St Edmund Hall College Library by N Chadwick
SP5106 : Queen's Lane by DS Pugh
SP5106 : The Front Quad, St Edmund Hall by Philip Halling
SP5106 : Sundial, St Edmund Hall by Philip Halling


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