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REMS Visit: An Exploration of Oxford

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10:45 – 15:45 19 May 2011
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Salters Steamers, Folly Bridge (downstream side), Oxford, OX1 4LA

Speakers: Mark Davies

An opportunity to see and learn about Oxford from the tranquil and revealing perspective of the River Thames, which has played a key role in the military, economic, and social history of Oxford from its earliest days. Local historian and author Mark Davies will highlight some unusual aspects of Oxford’s past through references to a variety of authors and literary heroes, and to some influential Oxford women – legendary, fictional, and real.
If coming to Oxford by car the use of Park & Ride is suggested. In City parking is expensive.

Event type: Event
Organised by: London and South East Branch Retired Members Section (REMS)
Contact details: John Belling (REMS Secretary)
Tel: 07986 379 935
Email: john.a.belling.secrems@gmail.com
On the day: John Temple
Tel: 07779 445 251

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Salters Steamers, Folly Bridge (downstream side), Oxford, OX1 4LA
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10:45 – 15:45 19 May 2011
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