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Friends Event: Day Out in Oxford 3 July

Leicester Friends Event
Sunday, 3 July 2011 -
8:30am to 4:00pm
Pick up at Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre at 8.30am
Pick up at Leicester High School For Girls, 454 London Road 8.45am
Leave Oxford at 4.00pm

Cost £20 for adults / £10 for children under-12.

Picnic lunch and luxury coach travel included.
 
A fantastic day trip to Oxford, the City of Dreaming Spires. It’s famous the world over for its University and place in history. For over 800 years, it has been a home to royalty and scholars – and this historic university town is also home to the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies.
 
During the day, you will be able to wander around Oxford town centre and take in the sheer magnificence of the architecture of the university buildings, and get a feel of why the place inspired people like Indira Gandhi, Manmohan singh, Tony Blair, Bill Clinton, Vikram Seth, and VS Naipaul to name but a few.
 
There are many colleges open to the public (entrance fee), as well as museums, or perhaps you fancy a punt down the River Thames, or a game of cricket on the grounds of one of the colleges!
 
A Picnic Lunch will be provided, and we’re also hoping to arrange free entrance to one of the famous colleges too. So this really promises to be a day you will not forget in a hurry.
 
  • Pick up at Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre at 8.30am
  • Pick up at Leicester High School For Girls, 454 London Road 8.45am
  • Leave Oxford at 4.00pm

 

To book, please contact Ramila ramila@aartus.com Phone: 07801 241296
 
Please remember, all the money raised from these events will go to supporting the work of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies. We hope you’ll join us at one or more of these memorable events.
Organiser: 
Friends of the OCHS - Leicester
ramila@aartus.com
07801 241296

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