Tomorrow, your welfare reps are proud to present their first welfare brunch of their dictatorsh… er, tenure.
There will be are you usual brunch fare as well as an array of welfare information and leaflets.
Come along for free food or just for a chat in the MCR any time between 11 and 2.
Matt & Holly.
It’s time for your weekly welfare update!
Although I rarely usually endorse sports which do not require a bit of sweating, croquet is an acceptable departure. We have the kit for a four man game stored at Barts (you can retrieve it from the new pavilion using your fob), and it can be played on the front lawn. Delightful!
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Located a short (by some standards…) cycle ride up Cowley Road is the largest College annexe, which consists of a sports pavilion, two large pitches (one of which is managed by Lincoln College), a smaller field, and a whole bunch of accommodation. Hazel Court is the domain of (mainly) 3rd and 4th year undergraduates, as is Leoline Jenkins House. Thelwall House caters to couples.
Graduate students at Barts typically live in the 3 and 4 person flats in Hugh Price House. There are also a small number of rooms in the Old Pavilion.
The other structures on-site are the Groundskeepers House and the Caretakers House, as well as bike sheds and laundry rooms.
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A highly creative brunch, well stocked with party rings, pineapple and cheese on cocktail sticks (which elicited curiosity) and cupcakes! See below for the best of the bunch.
Good work Hannah!
Brunches are held every other Sunday in the MCR before or around lunchtime (advertised here and in the e-mail) so do come along and sample the delights! It would be great to see you.
You do not need to be a cupcake Rembrandt.
Category : Sports
MCR Men’s Football
Sat 22 Jan
Jesus lose 8-0 to Osler Green in an unpleasant match – a sporting cake for which the icing was the defecation by Osler’s canine mascot on the Jesus pitch.
Ah, the beautiful game.
To get involved, contact Jordan Clay.