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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.

The 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).

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