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On Monday 27 June, the departmental garden party took place at The Queen's College.

Garden Party

Staff and students gathered on the lawn for champagne and strawberries on a sunny afternoon. The party was very well attended, with many people bringing partners and their families to join in the merriment. The garden party is an excellent way for staff and students to mingle and the wonderful surroundings made this a very special occasion.

Thank you to Mary McMenamin for these excellent photos.

Garden party 2016

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