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) than last year; that he again took the Kingswood diversion; and that he tried the Biggleswade & Potton diversion too on which he felt that “The B1040 is a bit of a fast road and the roundabout crossing of the A1 is not going to be ideal for everyone”. On 22-24 March 2017, John Mears rode to Cambridge and back with a day’s stay inbetween; it took him around 7½ hours both ways, starting from Abingdon and so incurring an extra 9 miles.

He provided helpful updates about the road closures at Ampthill/Flitwick, Brickhills, and Ashendon—none of which were sufficiently closed to prevent passage of a bicycle—and mentioned pub and coffee shop in Quainton which is cyclist-friendly.

Oldfield appeared in court charged with a public order offence on April 23, 2012 after Britain's historic Boat Race was dramatically disrupted on April 7 when Oldfield swam across the River Thames The clubs' presidents toss a coin at the start of the race to determine who will take up which station.

The Middlesex station, nearest the river's northern bank, is advantageous at the beginning and end of the race, while the middle section plays into the hands of the crew occupying the Surrey (south) station.

Merton's statutes date back to 1264, whereas neither Balliol nor University College had statutes until the 1280s.

Merton was also the first college to be conceived as a community working to achieve academic ends, rather than just a place for the housing of scholars.

Thousands will again cram onto the banks of the Thames as the 163rd Boat Race between Cambridge and Oxford takes place on Sunday.

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Mob Quad, one of Merton's quadrangles, was constructed in the years from 1288-1378 and is claimed to be the oldest quadrangle in Oxford, Merton College was founded in 1264 by Walter de Merton, Lord Chancellor and Bishop of Rochester.

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It has a claim to be the oldest college in Oxford, although this claim is disputed between Merton College, Balliol College and University College.

The substance of Merton's claim is that it was the first college to be provided with "statutes", a constitution governing the college set out at its founding.