Freedom is here!! It’s time to start making plans and getting excited about moving back to a slightly more ‘normal’ world, with lockdown restrictions easing we are now able to visit wonderful venues such as Blenheim Palace, Oxford University colleges and The Ashmolean Museum.
Welcome to our Spring 2021 Newsletter. What a difference a day makes! Following the eagerly awaited announcement from the Government on 22nd of February, we now have dates to work towards and we look forward to welcoming you back into our University and college venues very soon.
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.
The Ashmolean Museum in central Oxford welcomed over a hundred B4 Members and guests for an evening of informal networking and private tours, which included the Egypt, Italian Renaissance and the Founder’s Collection galleries.
Sixty B4 members and guests were treated to a wonderful evening of fine dining and entertainment in the saloon at Blenheim Palace on Wednesday 30th October. Our host, Blenheim CEO, Dominic Hare, welcomed guests with an engaging update on progress to date and plans for the future.
The introduction to B4 for new members has always been an area we wanted to give some attention to and partnering with our new neighbours at The Manor Country House Hotel, we had the perfect opportunity to do just that.
New in the role as Chief Executive at Blenheim Palace, Richard Rosser talks to Dominic Hare about his life prior to Blenheim Palace and what he hopes to bring to the table for the future of this local landmark.