Historic Spaces

Restoration of the East Window

Restoration of the East Window

Restoration of the East Window

Restoration of the East Window

Restoration of the East Window

Restoration of the East Window

Restoration of the East Window

Historic Spaces

Lincoln’s historic quadrangles, our Library, and the treasures contained within, remain at the heart of the collegiate experience for all our members. In recent years the generosity of our members has enabled us to make careful additions to our site – such as the EPA Garden Building, and the Berrow Foundation Building, and to refurbish many student bedrooms and facilities.

We are proud to announce that two further major projects have been supported by the EPA Research Fund, providing rooms for graduate students at Little Clarendon Street, and apartments for academics new to Oxford in Alfred Street.

Some of our most historic spaces now require attention, including the Chapel, the Beckington Room, the Kitchen and the rooms formerly occupied by the legendary V. H.H. Green in Staircase 14. The summer of 2018 saw impressive restorations to the ceiling in Chapel and the East Window. This summer the remaining windows in Chapel will be restored. 

 

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