Wolfson College Meetings & Events brochure

At Wolfson College, Oxford, we love events. In the following pages, we go into more detail about our facilities, our experience, and - above all - the warm Wolfson welcome.

At Wolfson College, Oxford, we love events. In the following pages, we go into more detail about our facilities, our experience, and - above all - the warm Wolfson welcome.


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Meetings &Events


events@wolfson.ox.ac.uk | +44 (0) 1865 274 083

Wolfson College, Linton Rd, Oxford. OX2 6UD

www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk | www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/events

Welcome to Wolfson

At Wolfson College, Oxford, we love events.

We’re keen to share our Modernist masterpiece on the banks of the Cherwell - and we’ve built an

experienced professional team to help you plan for your occasion.

Wolfson was designed from the start for accessibility: in contrast to our medieval neighbours, we have

large rooms, broad corridors, and easy parking right by the entrance. Inside our walls, you’ll find

an auditorium and meeting rooms with state-of-the-art technology, plus heritage guest rooms with

en-suite facilities and built-in kitchens; every space is lined with works from the Wolfson art collection.

At Wolfson, we’ve built a reputation for fine dining. Our kitchens and serving staff work to restaurant

standards, with the extra personal touches that make events special. Our planning team will help you to

create an experience that guests will remember for a lifetime.

Wolfson is open for:

Conferences • Weddings • Birthdays • Anniversaries • Reunions • Product Launches • Concerts

Operas • Retreats • Lectures • Dinners • Book Launches • Filming • Corporate Events • Family Events

and more.

In the following pages, we go into more detail about our facilities, our experience, and - above all -

the warm Wolfson welcome.


Sebastian Stefanov BSc

Head of Catering and Events at Wolfson College

Bryony Marshall-Falland

Events Sales Officer at Wolfson College

Sofia Miron

Events Host at Wolfson College

Meet Our

Sebastian is the head of the department, and it’s his

job to manage the team, making sure that everyone

does their job perfectly - from planning the event,

to performing on the Big Day.

No-one knows more about the facilities at Wolfson

than Sebastian, a hospitality professional with fifteen

years of industry experience. At Wolfson, he’s used

to dealing not only with demanding clients, but the

fellows of the College too, who expect high standards

in catering as in everything else.

In his spare time, Sebastian travels abroad to

experience new cultures and cuisines. So if you’d

like suggestions on how to surprise and delight your

guests with something a little unexpected,

Sebastian is on your side.

Bryony is the public face of Events at Wolfson,

and you’ll be dealing with her on a day-to-day basis.

In events since 2014, she has organised large

conferences, weddings, Christmas parties, book

launches, academic symposia and summer schools,

so she knows exactly what works on the day.

With a background in customer services and sales,

she’s a ‘people’ person and a ‘details’ person.

In her spare time she has a passion for walking

and exploring new places.

Depending on the size of the event, you could have

quite number of Events Hosts helping out on the day,

so Sofia is here to represent them. While you’re

hosting the day, Sofia’s job is to minimise your

worries, making sure that things work as planned,

both behind the scenes and in front of them.

So Sofia - like all our Hosts - will be smart, energetic

and discreet: with a grasp of the timetable and an eye

for detail. She’ll take the initiative if guests need extra

help or if extra hands are needed.

Sofia studied International Relations and Sociology.

She says:

“Events have always been my passion: I enjoy getting the

details right, and making sure that people have the best

experience possible.”


& Events Team



A wedding at Wolfson doesn’t need to be formal.

We’ve built up the sort of experience, over several years, that makes a special day really special,

whether it’s relaxed or a little more traditional. We’ll use all the facilities of the college to make

your day perfect - from the skills of our chefs, to the best places down by the river for a photograph.

There’s plenty of space inside the College for guests: we can handle a sit-down wedding breakfast for

from 150 to up to 250, if you decide on a buffet. In the evening, the College Hall becomes a ballroom,

with a dance floor, disco lighting and room for 250 dancers. (Outside term time, the music can go on 24

hours a day - we’re not going to annoy the neighbours. The serving of alcohol is up to 1am Fridays and

Saturdays, and up to midnight for any other day).

We’ll share our address book with you, so that together we can create an ideal wedding, working with

people we know and trust. We know bespoke wedding cake makers; some of the best floral designers

in the country; and a heap of musical talent - harpists, quartets, jazz bands, DJs, singers, and even

bagpipe players. Not to mention children’s entertainers and magicians!

Wolfson is more than just a place to hold the reception. You’ll get a unique location - plus a unique level

of service.



Take a day - or as long as you need.

The College is available throughout the year for day-long conferences and events. And during the

University’s long holidays, we have room for delegates to stay for longer, in up to 90 spacious

and well-appointed college rooms.

We have everything you need for a conference: parking, security, and spacious meeting rooms with the

latest audio-visual equipment. You won’t need to go out for meals, either: our kitchens and chefs are

experienced at producing ‘themed’ meals to suit your event, with every option available from sushi

canapés during a break, to mature British venison for the evening dinner (and, if appropriate, something

from the college cellars).

Wolfson is popular with conference organisers from all over the world, with some clients returning

again and again. It’s not just the buildings and facilities; it’s our support and planning team.

We aim to get the details right - and then to add the element of surprise.

We’ll work with you to make your conference both successful, and memorable.



Julie Curtis with her new Bulgakov book:

A Reader’s Companion to Mikhail Bulgakov’s ‘The Master and Margarita’

(Boston: Academic Studies Press, November/December 2019)

Jessica Ockenden and her translation from the Italian:

Claudio Morandini – Snow, Dog, Foot

(London: Peirene Press, December 2019/February 2020)

Ray Ockenden celebrating his new Mörike article (written in German):

‘Eduard Mörike und der Bodensee’

(Jahrbuch des Franz-Michael-Felder-Archivs, 2019)

Book Launches

Details matter. Once the book’s been written, the cover design chosen,

the timing fixed - there’s still the matter of the launch.

At Wolfson, we understand the importance of getting the launch right - for the publisher, the

guests, and the nervous author. After all, we’ve hosted a lot of launches for the Fellows of our own

college. We’re on your side.

How the day goes is up to you. You could have an hour or so, with drinks and specially themed

canapés. Or a Q&A in front of an audience in Wolfson Auditorium. Or even a celebratory dinner

in our dining room, which will give our chefs a chance to show their skills.

As you know, it’s not an end but a transition; when the book passes the writing stage and takes on

a life of its own. You don’t need to be a Fellow to launch your book at Wolfson; but you’ll be in a

place where books get treated with respect.


Music & Performance,

indoors and out

Wolfson is an ideal place for smaller-scale but memorable concerts and events.

Indoors, the award-winning Leonard Wolfson auditorium has excellent acoustics and comfortable seating

for up to 155 people; we own a Steinway grand piano which can be booked for recitals.

Outdoors, the various quads form an ideal backdrop for open-air performances; and then there are the

college grounds sloping down to the river - an ideal setting for light opera, jazz, folk or anything that

sounds good on a summer evening.

Naturally, the college has all the supporting facilities you need: parking, security, ticketing, catering, a bar,

and pleasant places to be during the interval - such as the balcony, with its views of the river.

We have disabled access everywhere (and decent plumbing).

An event at Wolfson is more than just another gig. It makes your audience feel special.


Product Launches

Wolfson is a graduate college, a centre for academic excellence, and home to several important

‘research clusters’. So if you have an innovative product that’s about to take off, Wolfson is the ideal

launch pad.

Thanks to our state-of-the-art teleconferencing facilities, you can share your event with the world.

At the same time, you can reward your sponsors, investors, buyers and development team with

the full Wolfson experience. We’ll design a menu for the evening that’s themed to suit the event;

our sommelier will help you to chose a wine from the cellars. If it’s the right time of year, you

won’t need to leave; during the university holidays, we have plenty of well-appointed rooms to

house the team.

A launch at Wolfson means that all that tough development work leads to an efficiently run event,

in elegant modern surroundings, with excellent food. Hard work should be rewarded.



The College’s main buildings, designed by Powell and Moya and completed in 1974, are rare

examples of listed Modernist work. The three-quadrangle layout makes it easy to cordon off areas into

secluded working spaces.

The college can boast sloping lawns running down to the Cherwell, and even its own Punt Harbour,

which allows punting and boating scenes to be shot away from the traffic of the main river.

There’s plenty of room for catering, dressing rooms, administration, accommodation, and of course we

have on-site parking (hard to find in Oxford). At certain times of the year, the entire space can be made

available for your shoot.

So whether you want to create a secret HQ, a corporate centre, a billionaire’s hangout - or even

a progressive college - have a word with Wolfson.

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Kitchen Philosophy

“A fox knows many things, but a hedgehog one important thing”.

(The starting point for ‘The Fox and the Hedgehog’, an essay by Isaiah Berlin,

first President of Wolfson.)

At Wolfson College, our chefs concentrate on one important thing: delivering food to the highest

standards that we can achieve.

Whenever possible, we use locally sourced ingredients for their freshness and quality: such as apples

from the Harwell orchards, which go well with Oxford Blue Cheese. Then, we look for other

specialities as much as possible from within the UK, such as Aberdeen Angus beef, or lamb from

the Romsey salt marshes.

Our menus are modern and adventurous, and support local producers (says the fox, who is

interested in many things). But above all, it’s the quality that matters (says the hedgehog, who knows

one important thing).

It could be a snack lunch at a conference, canapés at a launch event, or a full-scale banquet.

But whatever your event, and whatever the time of day, the food in front of you will never be

ordinary. For you and your guests, our aim is to achieve surprise and delight. In our kitchen

philosophy, that’s what matters.


Fine Dining

Example Menus - Enquire for Pricing

To Begin

Fish Courses

Main Courses

Pudding & Oxford Cheeses

A Salad of Heritage Tomatoes,

Basil & Olives

Carrot & Orange Soup with

Smoked Salmon,

Crème Fraiche & Dill

Beetroot Three Ways, Goats’

Cheese & Walnut Salad

Smoked Duck Breast with

Puy Lentils & Foie Gras Shavings

Asparagus Spears with Poached

Duck Egg Truffle & Hollandaise

Smoked Salmon, Cornish Crab

& Avocado

Carpaccio of Hand-dived

Scallops with Truffle Vinaigrette

Cornish Crab Terrine with Chilli

& Lime

Poached Lobster Tail,

Cauliflower & Champagne

Fish & Shell Fish Soup, Rouille,

Parmesan, Dill & Croutons

Seabass Fillet & Cornish

Crab Salad

Sustainably-Sourced Red Mullet

with Chilli & Garlic

Duck Breast, Heritage Beetroot,

Chestnut & Caramelised Pear

Loin of Oxfordshire Lamb

Mustard Herb Crust &

Parmesan Risotto

Traditional Beef Wellington

Fillet of Beef Wrapped in

Mushroom Duxelles and Pastry

Risotto of Ancient & Modern

Vegetables & Herbs

Organic Daylesford Chicken

Simple Chicken in College Cellar

Red Wine

Loin of Roe Deer

Broccoli & Stilton Purée,

Red Wine Jus

Lemon Syllabub

Blackberry Vegan Meringue

Pavlova, Local Apple Purée &

Summer Berries

Organic White & Dark

Chocolate Hod

Oxford Cheeseboard

Local Farm Cheeses with

Biscuits, Celery & Apple

Summer Berry Fruit Salad

Blackcurrant Sorbet Our way!

Chilli & Orange Crème Brûlée

Organic Chocolate Fondant

with a Raspbery Chantilly Cream


Day Delegate Packages

Example Menus - Enquire for Pricing

The Cherwell

The Isis

The Thames

On Arrival

Filter Coffee or Tea with Pastries


Filter Coffee or Tea with Homemade Biscuits


A Cappuccino Cup of Heritage Tomato & Basil Soup

Cornish Crab with Lime Mayonnaise on Rye Bread

Cheddar Ploughman’s on White Bloomer Bread

Vegan Rainbow Wrap

Shrimp & Avocado on Brown Bread

Chicken Caesar on White Bloomer Bread

Rare Roast Beef with a Light Horseradish Mayonnaise

and Spinach Leaf

Flowerpots of Triple-cooked Fries


Organic Dark Chocolate Mousse with Clotted Cream

Fruit Kebabs


Speciality Teas with Dundee Cake

On Arrival

Filter Coffee or Tea

with Breakfast Filled Rolls


Filter Coffee or Tea

with Homemade Fruit & Veg Muffins

Lunch - Individual Salads

Courgette & Oxford Blue Tart

with Mixed Salad

Chicken Caesar

Tuna Niçoise

Guacamole & Mango Salad

with Black Beans


8-Fruit Salad & Crème Fraîche

Organic Egg Custard & Nutmeg Tartlets

Lemon Soufflé

Oxford Cheese Platter


Speciality Teas with Oxford Cream Tea

On Arrival

Filter Coffee or Tea

with Smoked Salmon & Scrambled Egg Bagel


Filter Coffee or Tea

with Lavendar & Honey Shortbread


Shepherd’s Pie

Pulled Shoulder of Romney Mash Lamb

Mangetout & Chantenay Carrots

Thai Green Chicken Curry

Daylesford Farm Organic Chicken

Sag Aloo, Pilau Rice

Wild & Field Mushroom Risotto, Green Salad


Windfall Apple Crumble

‘Harwell Orchards Crop’

Crème Anglaise

Profiteroles filled with Orange Cream

and served with Warm Organic

Dark Chocolate Sauce


Speciality Teas with Triple Layered

Coffee Cake



Healthy Smoothie

Avocado, Apple & Kale Blitz

Wolfson Muesli

Choice of Cereals

Semi-skimmed Milk

Coconut Milk

Soya Milk

Dinner - Casual Dining Style

Our Hall menu features a range

of seasonal dishes

Summer Schools and

Residential Packages

Example Menus - Enquire for Pricing

Bowled Salads

Pasta, Summerset Brie & Roasted

Vegetable Salad

Chicken Caesar

Daylesford Chicken

Vegan Buddha Bowl

Broccoli & Oxford Blue Cheese Soup

Homemade Bread

Rib-eye Steak, Aberdeen Angus

Choice of Sauces, Pepper, Red Wine or


Main Course

Oxford Sausages

Grilled Back Bacon

Grilled ‘Allotment’ Tomatoes

Potato Scones

Portobello Mushrooms

Homemade Baked Beans

Smashed Avocado, Chilli & Lime

on Sourdough Toast

Greek Yoghurt with Granola

Sourdough or Rye Bread Toast

Oxford Marmalade

Local Butter

Summer Berry Fruit Kebabs

Garlic Butter

Triple-cooked Chips

Portobello Mushrooms

Green Salad

Vegan Pancakes

Tofu, Fresh Mango, Shredded Vegetables

Fresh Mango Sauce

Green Salad

Poached Salmon Fillet

Hollandaise Sauce

Minted New Potatoes


Butter Chicken

Organic Daylesford Chicken

Sag Aloo

Windfall Pear Tarte Tatin



Fresh Trio of Melon

With Greek Yoghurt & Summer Berries

Good Coffee and Speciality Teas 25

Wedding Packages

Example Menu - Enquire for Pricing

A wedding is a unique combination

of the public and the personal.

With our experience of catering for larger

numbers, we can help you to choose from

a wide range of options: from a colourful

buffet, to a gorgeous afternoon tea, to a

traditional sit-down wedding breakfast with

all the trimmings.

Once you’ve chosen the format, we’ll make it

personal. The choice of food could reflect the

theme of your day: you can include childhood

or family favourites, or select exotic dishes

from your travels, or go entirely vegetarian.

The menus here are only a starting point.

It’s your day, you choose. We’ll make sure

that the results will be both marvellous,

and memorable.

Wolfson Traditional

Canapé Reception

Oak-smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese

on Rye

Rare Aberdeen Angus Beef & Horseradish

in a Yorkshire Pudding

Shot of Bloody Mary, Celery

Oxford Blue Beignets

Scallop Lollipops

Hot Organic Chicken Skewers

Two Glasses of Named Champagne


Pimm’s & Lemonade


Freshly-squeezed Orange Juice

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Wedding Packages

Example Menus - Enquire for Pricing

Wedding Breakfast

Heritage Tomato, Avocado & Basil Salad

Roast Sirloin of Aberdeen Angus

Yorkshire Puddings

Dauphinoise Potatoes

Seasonal Vegetables

Red Wine Jus


Field & Wild Mushroom Wellington

Seasonal Vegetables

A Celebration of English Strawberries

Oxford Cheeseboard & Biscuits

Evening Party

Gloucester Old Spot

Hog Roast

Windfall Apple Sauce



Homemade Baps

A Collection of Vegan Buddha Bowls

Ice Cream Cones

Local Oxford Ice Cream

Named Wine Half Bottle

Coffee and Wedding Cake


Wedding Packages

Example Menus - Enquire for Pricing

Vegan Wedding Celebration

On Arrival

Larson Black Label (Vegan Champagne)

College Homemade Strawberry Lemonade

Ginger Kombucha

Spinach & Feta Filo Parcels

Mock Duck Seitan & Shitake Skewers

Cauliflower Wings Siracha Sauce

Rye Vegan Cream Cheese

& Smoked Salmon

Shot of Heritage Tomato

The Wedding Breakfast

Carrot & Cashew Paté

Pickled Vegetables, Micro Greens,

Carrot Shavings

Champagne Sorbet

Portobello & Shitake Mushroom Wellington

Heritage Miniature Vegetables

Rosemary Potatoes

Three-way Vegan Chocolate Dessert

Organic Mousse, Meringue & Ice Cheesecake

Coffee & Tea

A Very Vintage Afternoon Tea

On Arrival

A Glass of Vintage Champagne


Wolfson Raspberry Pink Lemonade


Pimm’s & Lemonade

Homemade Vegetable Crisps & Nibbles

The Tea

(Served Family-style)

Whole Dressed Scottish Salmon

Rare Sirloin of Beef

Gloucester Old Spot Roasted in Oxford Honey

Courgette & Oxford Blue Cheese Tart

Beetroot & Lentil Tabbouleh

Apple Slaw, Potato Salad with Sour Cream

& Chives, Heritage Tomato & Basil Salad,

Pea Shoots with Mint & Parmesan

Allotment Summer Lettuce Leaves

Homemade Scones, Raspberry Jam

& Clotted Cream

Served on Vintage trays with a top-up

on the Champagne


Rooms at Wolfson

Boardroom Style Theatre Style Banquet Rounds Oxford Rows

The Hall



120 (0)

150 (0)

The Haldane Room,

which links to the Hall and

can be used on its own,

or as part of the Hall.

40 (12)

80 (16)

60 (0)

80 (0)

The Coffee Room,

interlinking with

The Private Dining Room

15 (5)

20 (6)

30 (0)


The Private Dining Room

15 (5)

20 (6)

30 (0)


The Florey Room

20 (5)

25 (6)

30 (0)


Committee Room

12 (3)




Seminar Room 1

12 (5)

15 (6)



Seminar Room 2

16 (5)

15 (6)



Seminar Room 3

12 (5)

15 (6)



The Buttery,

with External Terrace onto

the Tree Quadrangle

40 (5)

120 (15)

60 (0)

80 (0)

The Auditorium


150 (35)



(Capacity for each room when two-metre social distancing guidelines are in place)


Making Connections

Across the Globe

IT with no compromises

Oxford is mediaeval; Wolfson is a 20th century foundation; but the IT facilities at Wolfson are firmly in

the 21st century. Thanks to our policy of continuous investment, our IT systems can match those of

any other academic institution in the world.

We have high-speed broadband installed throughout the College, with plenty of capacity for data-heavy

applications such as virtual conferencing. Wolfson is the ideal location for conferences in which a small

number of platform speakers attend in person, while a much larger number of participants are able to

join the event, from home or from their offices around the world.

Our events team includes dedicated IT managers to make sure that you have everything you need in

terms of connections, power, PA systems, cameras and displays. On the day itself, they’ll be there to

make sure that everything runs smoothly.

Whether you’re there to make personal connections, or you need to connect with a worldwide

audience, Wolfson gives you the connectivity to make it happen.


Abridged History of the College

Wolfson has grown and evolved over the past 50 years, retaining its founding

President Sir Isaiah Berlin’s egalitarian ethos of being ‘new, untrammelled and

unpyramided’. The College officially became Wolfson College in 1966, when

it was renamed in honour of Sir Isaac Wolfson, who contributed toward the

College’s foundation.

In 1965, the University of Oxford founded Iffley College. Later the same year Sir Isaiah Berlin was

invited to be the College’s first President. Through his efforts, generous benefactions were received

from the Wolfson Foundation and the Ford Foundation, which enabled the College to include

graduate students. The first of these were admitted in October 1968.

The College’s buildings, designed by architects Powell and Moya, were ready for occupation

in 1974 and the College received its Royal Charter in 1981.

Learn more

Wolfson College Oxford – The First Fifty Years by John Penney and Roger Tomlin,

gives a detailed account of the College’s history and is available from the Lodge.

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Wolfson College manages an outstanding collection of paintings, drawings, prints,

photographs, textiles, sculptures and ceramics. Artworks are displayed throughout

the college. We are fortunate that loans from artists, collectors and museums

ensure the view is periodically refreshed.


Art Exhibitions are held regularly in the Private Dining Room and the Florey Room, on the third floor.

Private views, with refreshments, which usually take place on Sundays, are advertised in advance and are open

to all members. All exhibitions are open daily 10:00 to 19:00 subject to College commitments.

Please call the Lodge on +44 (0) 1865 274 100 before visiting.

To find out what exhibition we have on display please see our Event Calendar: www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/events



Wolfson is working on reducing its environmental impact by promoting

positive ways in which students and staff can participate.

Green Team

The College has an informal committee working together with the Home Bursar to improve college

sustainability. We discuss and take action on a range of issues. If you would like to come along to one of

our bi-termly meetings, please contact the Home Bursar’s Office or talk to the current Environmental

Rep, Angelina Palmen.


The College provides recycling facilities through Oxfordshire Council for its residents.

Recycling is an integral part of correct waste disposal.

Food Waste Recycling

The College encourages its residents to consider the environmental impact of food waste in landfill.

Plant-based Diet

Many studies demonstrate the strong connection between meat consumption and global warming.

As a College community, we want to take responsibility for our carbon footprint and create a positive

culture around switching to a more plant-based diet by consistently providing vegan food options.

Saturday brunch now offers a popular full Vegan breakfast alternative, and during the term a vegan food

option is provided with every informal meal. Out of term, vegan food options are guaranteed at least on

Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Green Impact Award

Wolfson College is taking part in Green Impact, a National Union of Students initiative run by the

Environmental Sustainability team at the University encouraging departments and colleges to work

towards making positive environmental sustainability changes in their workplace. Wolfson College has

received a Green Impact Silver Award for efforts in improving sustainability for two consecutive years


Green Roof

The new Academic wing and lecture theatre have small areas of green roof planted with Sedum,

a carpet of succulent plants that flower a beautiful yellow in summer. Over the next few years, the green

roof will be extended across the entire roof space of the Academic wing. You can view the current

green roof from the upper level at the main entrance to the Academic wing or from Linton Road.

Benefits of the green Sedum roof include the absorption of rainwater, provision of insulation, creation of

habitat for wildlife, and mitigation of the heat island effect by lowering urban air temperatures.

The Green Roof was supplied by Bauder who are one of Europe leading roofing companies and

specialist in green roofing.

Solar Panels

The College has 44 photovolataic panels (PV) on the roof of A Block. The PV cells in the panels don’t

need direct sunlight to work - they can still generate some electricity on a cloudy day. The cells convert

the sunlight into electricity and this will either be used by the College or sold to the National Grid.

Plan Bee

The College has very recently installed a ‘Bee Hotel’ in the Bishop’s Garden as part of the Oxford-wide

campaign to provide better bee habitats and enables research into cavity-nesting solitary bees.

Reducing Single-use Plastic

The College is actively trying to reduce its environmental footprint by working toward abandoning

single-use plastics. Refill points are replacing plastic water bottles sold in the Hall. In the academic year

2017-18, the BarCo decided to no longer order in plastic straws, and is trialling reusable plastic pint

glasses. As of Michaelmas 2018, Wolfson Cafe has been selling certified KeepCups with the Wolfson

logo, in an attempt to reduce the number of single-use takeaway cups. Cheaper hot beverages are on

offer for those presenting their reusable KeepCup. The Events Office are now also using starch-based

compostable cups for conferences and events.

For more information on the College’s sustainability initiatives, visit: www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/sustainability


Getting to Wolfson

Wolfson College is located on the green edge of Oxford, on the banks

of the Cherwell.

Unlike much of Oxford, we’re car-friendly, with plenty of free guest parking

on the site.

We’re ten minutes by cab from Oxford railway station, and less than an

hour by car from Heathrow airport. If you go by train from Heathrow to

Oxford, it’s closer to two hours.

You can also reach the College in 15 minutes by hired bicycle from the city

centre. Or go by punt: we have our own punt dock on the river.

When travelling by punt, the time doesn’t matter.



Meetings &Events


Best Western

Plus Linton




River Cherwell

Wolfson College

Linton Rd




Linton Rd

The Lodge Reception: Events Office:

+44 (0) 1865 274 100 +44 (0) 1865 274 083

Open: Mon-Sat: 9am–9pm

www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk 43

Meetings &Events


events@wolfson.ox.ac.uk | +44 (0) 1865 274 083

Wolfson College, Linton Rd, Oxford. OX2 6UD

www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk | www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/events




www.mya-consulting.co.uk | +44 (0) 1453 765 643

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