Alumni Garden Party 2015 (including Atomic & Laser Physics and Condensed Matter Physics Alumni Event)

Date: 
27 Jun 2015 - 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Venue: 
St Anne's College, Oxford
Audience: 
Family friendly

Alumni Garden Party 2015 (including Atomic & Laser Physics and Condensed Matter Physics Alumni Event)

Our third Physics Alumni Garden Partywill take place this year, in the beautiful gardens of St Anne's College, together with the Atomic & Laser Physics and Condensed Matter Physics Alumni events* .

On this occasion, we will welcome alumni and friends to the beautiful grounds of St Anne's College, as we will be commemorating 100 years of the death of Henry G.J. Moseley. He and his family lived on these grounds at the time he was in Oxford, and you will get a chance to see part of the house during the event.

There will be afternoon tea, talks, hands on demonstrations and more.
Alumni, family and friends are welcome.
There will be three main areas, and guests are free to wander and visit all three at leisure.
If you are interested in attending the talk, please register on arrival if you have not done so in advance by email, as places are limited.

Programme

15:00 Welcome and Registration
15:00 - 18:00 Afternoon tea/on going social event/ Hands on science stands (Main marquee)
15:30 Prof Justin Wark will give a talk: 'Reclimbing Moseley’s Staircase' (Henry Moseley's House)
16:30 Poster competition brief award ceremony - School children will receive an award from our Teaching Office for their participation in a physics poster competition (Main Marquee)
16:45 - 18:00 Rest of the social event.
18:00 End of event.

Places are limited for this free event, so please get in touch as soon as possible if you would like to reserve your place. Family and friends are welcome, write to Val Crowder (Alumni Relations Officer) before 19th June.

NOTE: A SPECIAL EVENT HONOURING BREBIS BLEANEY WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE MORNING. FOR DETAILS PLEASE CHECK HERE.

*As work has commenced for the construction of the New Physics Building, the Beecroft Building, we are restricted with the activities we can offer to visitors around the Clarendon Lab and Martin Wood Complex areas of the Department for some time.