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Green Templeton College | Oxford

Lankester Quad

Lankester Quad is named after the University Surveyor, Jack Lankester, who was the architect of the surrounding buildings.

A plaque under the arch beneath the clock tower recalls the award by the Oxford Preservation Trust for his sympathetic rendering of a Georgian style.

sundialThe Quad is also home to the magnificent noonmark sundial, crafted from slate and made by Oxfordshire-based sculptor Martin Jennings, maker of the much-admired statue of Sir John Betjeman at St Pancras Station in London.

The highly technical job of calculating the position of the various time lines on the sundial and delineating them was undertaken by Christopher SDtJ H Daniel MBE, President of the British Sundial Society and a prolific designer of sundials whose work can be seen all over the country and ranges from private commissions to major public works.

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