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Keeping you up to date

Welcome to the St Stephen's House Alumni page, where we hope to keep you up to date on special events and on the daily life of the College - please keep coming back to explore!

Please contact the Development Office if you are concerned we may not have your up to date contact details or if you have recently moved address: alumni(at)ssho.ox.ac.uk.

College Newsletter 2019-2020

Please click the image to read the latest edition of the College newsletter, St Stephen’s House News 2019/20. Copies of the newsletter are sent to all alumni. Please contact us if you need to update your details or mail preferences: development(at)ssho.ox.ac.uk

A PDF version can be downloaded from this link, and an e-zine is available here.

2019 College Garden Party

You are warmly invited to this year’s College Garden Party, together with your partners / families. The full invitation form is linked here.
Hopefully we are not tempting fate by saying that we usually have lovely weather for this, which helps to make it a lovely occasion, held in the Cloister Garden. As well as current members of the College community (staff, students and their partners / families), wider friends of the House are invited, along with students from past years.
Please note that booking is essential so that we have an accurate idea of numbers. Booking is via this link here.

College Newsletter 2018-19

The latest edition of the College newsletter, St Stephen’s House News, has been published at the end of October 2018 - please click the link below to read it.

A printed copy will be sent to all alumni but please contact us if you are concerned we may not have an address for you, at development(at)ssho.ox.ac.uk 

If you would like to receive future print editions of the newsletter by post, please contact development(at)ssho.ox.ac.uk

A PDF version can be downloaded from this link, and an e-zine version is available here.

National Lottery support for East Oxford’s First World War ‘Hidden Heritage’

The College announced on 26th June that it has received a £10,000 National Lottery grant, awarded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), to undertake a project about the First World War heritage of the former monastic site on which it is based.

Made possible by money raised by National Lottery players, the project – ‘Wartime at an Oxfordshire Monastery’ – will focus on key figures within the local community, and the role that they played in wartime Oxford.

Marking the Centenary of the First World War, it will involve local schoolchildren and the wider community around the College’s East Oxford site in exploring and uncovering the rich history associated with the former monastery.

SJE Arts, the College’s concert and arts venue based in the College church on the Iffley Road, will form the hub for the project, hosting an Open Day on Sunday 10th September (2– 5pm) to encourage people to share photographs, newspaper clippings, documents, letters and photos of keepsakes, as well as family tales passed down to help them build a clear picture of what life was really like. Dr Serenhedd's introduction to the history of the site is here, and Professor Gary Sheffield's overview of the forgotten elements of WWI is available here, as mp3 streams. A brief BBC Radio piece, broadcast in September 2017 by Marcus Liddell is available here.

With help from professionals, the information gathered will be digitally recorded and an online interactive archive will be created where everyone can access and contribute information. The National Lottery funded project will also result in a self-guided tour of a series of paintings in SJE Arts, which were commissioned to commemorate the end of the First World War.

Online College alumni and friends community launches

A new online community for alumni and friends of the College has been launched on Facebook, here.

Established and run by both staff and alumni, its aim is to help better connect those associated with the College.

Please do join the page, and feel free to post.

For details as to what personal data we may hold and the safeguards regarding its retention and use, please refer to our policy documents as they are published on our website, at: https://www.ssho.ox.ac.uk/about/policies.html  about/policies.html  Nb.please see the notice on your risks and responsibilities when accessing third-party websites from our site.

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