Campion Hall will be hosting tours of its unique building as part of the Oxford Open Doors weekend which is the country's largest heritage open days event.
Now in its eighth year, the weekend offers the local community and the visiting public the opportunity to explore the city free of charge and in recent years the Hall has attracted around 500 visitors.
The event, which takes place on Saturday 12th - Sunday 13th September, will see many University departments and colleges open their doors, together with Oxford Brookes University (celebrating 150 years), the city and county councils, local businesses and community groups.
Fr Joe Munitiz, SJ will be organizing tours with the help of members of the Hall.
Please contact Oxford Preservation Trust at www.oxfordopendoors.org.uk if you would like to attend.
Campion Hall, Brewer St, 10am-12pm & 2-4pm. (Also Sun) Outstanding architectural gem by Sir Edwin Lutyens (1936) housing chapel with decoration by Sir Frank Brangwyn and Charles Mahoney; guided visit (c. 30 mins) includes the garden if dry; stairs unavoidable. Run by the Society of Jesus.
Oxford Open Doors is organised by Oxford Preservation Trust in partnership with Oxford University.