Foundress Commemoration

Saturday
27
June
01:00

Her extraordinary life, spanning seven decades of the most turbulent period of late medieval English history, culminated in the accession of her son as Henry VII, the first of the Tudor monarchs. Her great personal wealth was then put to good use – founding professorships in both Oxford and Cambridge, supporting the development of printing, newly arrived in England and, in 1505, re-founding the impoverished God’s House as Christ’s College. Her generosity laid the foundation for the continuing success of our College, helping it to maintain and develop the quality and range of its education.

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