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  • Radley College, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 2HR
  • Telephone: 01235 543000, Fax: 01235 543106

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Radley Places

  • An aerial view of Radley
  • Mansion - Originally Radley Hall built around 1720 for the Stonhouse family
  • B and F Socials from the front of Mansion
  • Chapel - Built by Oxford architect Sir Thomas Jackson in 1895
  • Chapel Quad - A grassed quadrangle between Chapel and Hall
  • Hall - All meals are eaten centrally in Hall (also the work of Sir Thomas Jackson in 1911) which mirrors Chapel, the other side of Chapel Quad
  • Clock Tower - The bell tower was central to Singleton’s vision of a school operating as a monastic ideal
  • Covered Passage
  • Memorial Arch - Under the arch, which was designed by Sir Thomas Jackson in 1919, are the names of Radleians who fell in the two World Wars
  • Richard Morgan Library - established in 1996
  • Queen's Court - Houses the Mathematics, Economics, Biology and Geography departments and was opened in 1997 by Queen Elizabeth II
  • David Rae Smith Building - Completed in 2002 and houses the Modern Languages and English departments
  • Silk Hall - The College's concert hall which has a seating capacity of 246
  • Theatre - Opened in 2005 with a seating capacity of more than 400
  • Sewell Centre Gallery - A purpose-built gallery in Clocktower Court which is a well-known exhibition in Oxfordshire and further afield
  • Coffee Shop - Used to play chess, to meet for a discussion with Dons, to attend a coffee concert or a lecture or just to have a coffee
  • Pitches - reputed to be the largest continuous area of mown grass in Southern England
  • Round Pavilion - Gives a superb all-round view of the pitches
  • Nine-hole golf course
  • College Pond - The 8th hole of the golf course is played directly across College Pond, part of Capability Brown's original design for Radley Park
  • Trim Trail - A series of eight exercise stations around Radley Campus
  • Tennis Courts
  • Sports Hall
  • Swimming Pool - A 25m pool with 3.5m diving area which is used for sub-aqua training as well as swimming
  • Fitness Suite
  • Real Tennis Court - As well as squash, rackets and fives courts, Radley has one of only 43 real tennis courts in the country
  • The Jock Mullard Rowing Tank - opened 2015
  • Rowing - Radley has one of the best-equipped boat clubs in the country situated on a particularly beautiful stretch of the Thames

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