Stone Family Gym
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Stone Family Gym
Punts Wharf
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Punts at St Hilda's College, Punting past South Building, St Hilda's College, Our punts are put away in Autumn.
Punts Wharf

We have our own punts' for use by College members and guests.

Rose Garden
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Rose Garden, St Hilda's College
Rose Garden

The Rose Garden was created in memory of Winifred Moberly, Principal from 1919-1928, by the Old Students’ Association. The bird bath in the rose garden is engraved with her initials, WHM. The garden was restored and replanted in 2011 thanks to a gift from Mrs Margaret Bliss (Massey Stewart, Biochemistry 1952).

Middle Common Room
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Middle Common Room, St Hilda's College, Porters' Lodge, St Hilda's College, Teabag, the resident College cat, in the Porters' Lodge
Middle Common Room

Designed by Robert Potter, the Middle Common Room (MCR) for graduate students above the Porters' Lodge was built in 1974.

Christina Barratt Building
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Final-year student room, Christina Barratt Building
Christina Barratt Building

Christina Barratt Building is our newest accommodation building and was opened in 2001. The building was funded by a legacy left by Professor Rosalind Hill, a graduate of St Hilda's. It was named in memory of one of her closest friends. Finalist students are given the first option to live in the Christina Barratt Building. 

Garden Building
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Garden Building

Garden Building is an additional residential block between South and Wolfson Buildings. It was designed by Peter and Alison Smithson and formally opened in 1971.

Wolfson Building
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Wolfson Building

Wolfson Building was opened in 1964, thanks to a grant from the Wolfson Foundation. The building was formally opened by H.R.H. Princess Margaret. The Rt Hon Harold Wilson also spoke at the opening ceremony on 26 June 1964.

South Building
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South JCR, Vernon Harcourt Room, Dining Hall, Senior Common Room, St Hilda's College
South Building

In 1920, St Hilda’s leased Cherwell Hall, a teacher training college, from Christ Church College. Cherwell Hall was originally built as Cowley Grange in 1879 for Augustus Vernon Harcourt, Christ Church don, model for the White Knight in 'Through the Looking Glass', and nephew of one of Gladstone’s great cabinet ministers – Sir Vernon Harcourt. The College finally acquired the house and grounds in 1949. The house was later remodelled to provide students’ and Fellows’ rooms and a Dining Hall and became known as South Building.

Milham Ford
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Milham Ford

Milham Ford was first mentioned in 1512 as a mill with a ford, allowing traffic across to Christ Church meadows. It was a school until 1938 and during the war the building was used for housing evacuated children and as an Air Raid  Precautions post. St Hilda's acquired the building in 1958. It now houses students and Fellows’ rooms and since 1969, the College Chapel.

 

Hall Building
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Kathleen Major Library, St Hilda's College, Kathleen Major Library, Anne Elliot Garden, St Hilda's College Library, Val McDermid Bar, JCR, JCR Bar, St Hilda's College, Lady Brodie Room, Regency Foyer, Kathleen Major Library, St Hilda's College
Hall Building

Dorothea Beale bought Hall Building, then called Cowley House, in 1893. Built in the 18th century, it is the oldest part of the College. Its spectacular foyer – Regency Square – is at the heart of the original building. The Kathleen Major Library and Archive is named after a former College Principal. A special garden is named after English Fellow, Anne Elliot. The Val McDermid Bar in the JCR, which opened in 2014, is named after our alumna. The Buttery, or snack bar, is named after Cynthia Watson.

Jacqueline du Pré Music Building
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Auditorium, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building , The Brian Duke Foyer, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, Studio, Jacqueline du Pré Building, Villiers Quartet, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, McKinnon Practise Room, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building
Jacqueline du Pré Music Building

This building commemorates the contribution made by Jacqueline du Pré, who was an Honorary Fellow of St Hilda’s. Opened in 1995, the JdP is Oxford’s first purpose-built concert hall since the time of Handel.

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Stone Family Gym
Stone Family Gym
Stone Family Gym
Stone Family Gym
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Punts at St Hilda's College
Punts at St Hilda's College
Punting past South Building, St Hilda's College
Punting past South Building
Our punts are put away in Autumn.
Our punts are put away in Autumn.
Punts Wharf

We have our own punts' for use by College members and guests.

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Rose Garden, St Hilda's College
Rose Garden, St Hilda's College
Rose Garden

The Rose Garden was created in memory of Winifred Moberly, Principal from 1919-1928, by the Old Students’ Association. The bird bath in the rose garden is engraved with her initials, WHM. The garden was restored and replanted in 2011 thanks to a gift from Mrs Margaret Bliss (Massey Stewart, Biochemistry 1952).

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Middle Common Room, St Hilda's College
Middle Common Room
Porters' Lodge, St Hilda's College
Porters' Lodge
Teabag, the resident College cat, in the Porters' Lodge
Teabag, the resident College cat, in the Porters' Lodge
Middle Common Room

Designed by Robert Potter, the Middle Common Room (MCR) for graduate students above the Porters' Lodge was built in 1974.

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Final-year student room, Christina Barratt Building
Student room, Christina Barratt Building
Christina Barratt Building

Christina Barratt Building is our newest accommodation building and was opened in 2001. The building was funded by a legacy left by Professor Rosalind Hill, a graduate of St Hilda's. It was named in memory of one of her closest friends. Finalist students are given the first option to live in the Christina Barratt Building. 

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Student room, Garden Building
Student room, Garden Building
Student room, Garden Building
Student room, Garden Building
Garden Building

Garden Building is an additional residential block between South and Wolfson Buildings. It was designed by Peter and Alison Smithson and formally opened in 1971.

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Wolfson Building

Wolfson Building was opened in 1964, thanks to a grant from the Wolfson Foundation. The building was formally opened by H.R.H. Princess Margaret. The Rt Hon Harold Wilson also spoke at the opening ceremony on 26 June 1964.

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South JCR
South JCR
Vernon Harcourt Room
Vernon Harcourt Room
Dining Hall
Dining Hall
Senior Common Room, St Hilda's College
Senior Common Room
South Building

In 1920, St Hilda’s leased Cherwell Hall, a teacher training college, from Christ Church College. Cherwell Hall was originally built as Cowley Grange in 1879 for Augustus Vernon Harcourt, Christ Church don, model for the White Knight in 'Through the Looking Glass', and nephew of one of Gladstone’s great cabinet ministers – Sir Vernon Harcourt. The College finally acquired the house and grounds in 1949. The house was later remodelled to provide students’ and Fellows’ rooms and a Dining Hall and became known as South Building.

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Milham Ford

Milham Ford was first mentioned in 1512 as a mill with a ford, allowing traffic across to Christ Church meadows. It was a school until 1938 and during the war the building was used for housing evacuated children and as an Air Raid  Precautions post. St Hilda's acquired the building in 1958. It now houses students and Fellows’ rooms and since 1969, the College Chapel.

 

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Kathleen Major Library, St Hilda's College
Kathleen Major Library
Kathleen Major Library
Kathleen Major Library
Anne Elliot Garden, St Hilda's College Library
Donors sponsored the Library Garden in honour of English Fellow Anne Elliot
Val McDermid Bar, JCR
Val McDermid Bar, JCR
JCR Bar, St Hilda's College
JCR Bar
Lady Brodie Room
Lady Brodie Room
Regency Foyer
Regency Foyer
Kathleen Major Library, St Hilda's College
Kathleen Major Library, St Hilda's College
Hall Building

Dorothea Beale bought Hall Building, then called Cowley House, in 1893. Built in the 18th century, it is the oldest part of the College. Its spectacular foyer – Regency Square – is at the heart of the original building. The Kathleen Major Library and Archive is named after a former College Principal. A special garden is named after English Fellow, Anne Elliot. The Val McDermid Bar in the JCR, which opened in 2014, is named after our alumna. The Buttery, or snack bar, is named after Cynthia Watson.

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Auditorium, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building
Auditorium
The Brian Duke Foyer, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building
The Brian Duke Foyer
Studio, Jacqueline du Pré Building
Studio
Villiers Quartet, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building
Villiers Quartet
McKinnon Practise Room, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building
McKinnon Practise Room
Jacqueline du Pré Music Building

This building commemorates the contribution made by Jacqueline du Pré, who was an Honorary Fellow of St Hilda’s. Opened in 1995, the JdP is Oxford’s first purpose-built concert hall since the time of Handel.