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Welcome to St Benet’s Hall
Our Permanent Private Hall is situated at 38, St Giles, OX1 3LN. The present buildings in St Giles were built on the site of some stables by one Samuel Collingwood about 1838, so they are accurately described as Victorian
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St Benet's Hall is a constituent body in Oxford University. The university began in the twelfth century with groups of students gathered round a Master.
History of St Benet's Hall
These groups later became Halls which in turn were amalgamated into Colleges. St Benet's is the nearest equivalent to such a group gathered round a Master of Arts. As a Permanent Private Hall it is in fact to all intents and purposes a small College
TUESDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2014
Cardinal Reinhard Marx of Munich has agreed to deliver the next Newman Lecture. The
Lecture, chaired by the Chancellor of Oxford University Lord Patten, will take place at
5pm – venue to be confirmed. Anyone wishing to attend the Lecture can book their
place by emailing Penelope Lane, Development Officer and PA to the Master of St
Benet’s Hall at email@example.com