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Architecture For Education
PEGGY GLADSTONE arrived at Newnham College to study Sanskrit in autumn 1921. That women such as her were still not entirely welcome at Cambridge, she recalled, was made apparent only weeks later, when, in October, a mob of male undergraduates tried t
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Letters To The Editor
FOLLOWING your excellent review of previous Grand Nationals (‘What a grand story’, April 7), it might amuse readers to hear of the race in 1911, which was preceded by a catastrophic rainstorm. My great-grandfather Capt (later Col) R. H. Collis was th
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Town & Country
TWO fledgling populations of native endangered dormice in Wensleydale should now be waking from their winter slumber to discover a bigger, wider world, as local landowners and farmers have completed a six-mile corridor of woodland and hedgerow either