JULIAN SMITH: THANKSGIVING SERVICE
On Saturday 29th June, a Service of Thanksgiving was held for Julian Smith (Co Ro, 53-92; visiting singing teacher until 2012). Here is the Order of Service and here is the link to the video.

HEADMASTER'S LETTER CLOISTER TIME 2019
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HEADMASTER'S LETTER COMMON TIME 2019
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WINCHESTER COLLEGE APPOINTS 48TH WARDEN TO CHAIR ITS GOVERNING BODY
Wednesday 3rd April 2019:
The Governing Body of Winchester College has elected Sir Richard Stagg to serve as Warden of the College with effect from 1st September 2019 upon the retirement of Mr Charles Sinclair.

Sir Richard Stagg
Sir Richard Stagg
Read the press release.
View more information on The Governing Body of Winchester College, known as the Warden and Fellows.

NEW SCHOOL WEBSITE
We are pleased to announce that the new school website is now live and can be viewed here.

SAD NEWS: JULIAN SMITH
We regret to announce that Julian Smith died on Friday 22 February, at the age of 89.

Julian was a full-time don from 1953 to 1992 and continued as a visiting singing teacher until 2012.  He also taught the piano, music and German, was a cricket coach, and directed Chantry Choir until 1966, Madrigal Soc and then the Kingsgate Singers. He founded St Michael's Choir in 1966 and directed it until 1979, before then becoming the Director of Chapel Music and Quiristers from 1979 to 1992. House Tutor of Beloe's, 1963 to 1970.

ROMANESQUE: ARTISTIC REVOLUTION IN THE 12th CENTURY EXHIBITION
Winchester College Treasury: 2 April - 9 September 2019
This exhibition brings together spectacular pieces of medieval art to explore the development of the Romanesque style in the 12th century. It includes objects from across medieval Europe, and examines the rich complex influences that created an artistic revolution in this period. The exhibition focusses particularly on Winchester, which under Bishop Henry of Blois became a great centre of artistic production.

On display will be rarely-seen illuminated manuscripts from the library of Winchester College, fine examples of stonework and metalwork from an important private collection of medieval art, and items kindly loaned by Winchester Cathedral and Hampshire Cultural Trust.

The Treasury is open every day (except Monday) between 2pm and 4pm. The latest time for entry is 3.30pm. Tickets can be obtained from the Treasury, College Street, Winchester, SO23 9NA.

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