The Ashmolean Museum with its imposing façade is a well-known landmark building in the City of Oxford and one of the oldest public Museums in the world. Its Collection contains artefacts from across the globe which illuminate elements of the human story; from the earliest civilisations right up to the modern day.
This has been a very difficult year for us all but as we edge ever closer to the Christmas vacation and a well-earned break and with the prospect of a vaccine on the horizon, we can look forward with optimism to a brighter future. Our University and college venues have been busy preparing to welcome… Read More »
We are absolutely delighted that the Pembroke College catering team have made the miaList 2020 shortlist in recognition of the wonderful work they carried out in helping to feed homeless people in Oxford shelters during the first lockdown and beyond. On the 26th of March 2020, Kevin Dudley, Executive Chef and Head of Catering at… Read More »
The first-ever virtual meeting of event professionals from Cambridge and the University of Oxford has just taken place – with representatives from 60 venues, including Colleges, Museums, Libraries and hotels checking in to share ideas on the future hosting of conferences and events in their cities. The Zoom summit, jointly organised by Meet Cambridge and… Read More »