Our Coronavirus Guidance

So that we can ensure that all Members of the Churchill College community stay healthy and safe, things will look a little different when you next come to College. But you can find everything you need to know on our new Coronavirus Guidance page  From the latest research from the University to what you should do if you have symptoms, and from the provision of College services to minimising the risk of transmission, you'll find all the answers to your questions here.

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D-Day: FDR and Churchill’s ‘Mighty Endeavor’

An exhibition at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York from 25 May 2019 to 6 January 2020.

‘Your people & mine demand the establishment of a front to draw off pressure on the Russians’: The origins of D-Day

An account of the build up to D-Day by Allen Packwood, Director of the Archives Centre, to accompany the forthcoming exhibition at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum, New York State, which opens on 25 May 2019.

Uphill All the Way: A Century of Women in Parliament

An exhibition to mark the centenary of the 1918 Parliament (Qualification of Women) Act.

Churchill and Spain exhibition opening

Churchill and Spain — currently on display at Churchill College, is a second chance to see an exhibition originally put on in London in 2016 by the BritishSpanish Society to mark the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill’s death. The exhibition was officially opened with a lecture by Dr Peter Martland .

Notebook from the Papers of Sir Robert Edwards displayed at the Science Museum

There’s still time to see the fascinating exhibition, IVF: 6 Million Babies Later, at the Science Museum until 25 November.  

Churchill’s Shakespeare

A major exhibition at the Folger Shakespeare Library explores the influence of Shakespeare on Churchill's writing and ideas

From the Collection: Night Suite (A-E) by Robyn Denny (1972)

Edward Maurice FitzGerald "Robyn" Denny (3 October 1930–20 May 2014) was one of a group of young artists who transformed British art in the late 1950s. They were the first British artists of the post-war years to take his influence from American Abstract Expressionism.