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Live Blog: Prince Charles visits Oxford
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- PRINCE Charles will meet academics, church leaders and singer Patrick Wolf during a visit to the city.
Prince Charles has left St Stephen's House
Prince Charles is now being shown around the church of St John the Evangelist
Guided by Canon Robin Ward, principal of St Stephen's House, Prince Charles meets some of the students.
Prince Charles paid tribute to Wafic Said when he was still at Said Business School saying that he is owed an "enormous debt of gratitude" for his work.
Prince Charles arrives at St Stephen's House in Marston Road to meet Anglican ordinands.
Prince Charles is taking his time to talk to business school staff, trustees and donors. He accepted a cup of tea but has not had time to drink it.
Prince Charles will shortly be making his way to the new wing of the school, where he will unveil a plaque.
Prince Charles meets business school staff
Prince Charles has taken a seat in the lecture theatre and is listening to a talk focused on the London Olympics
Prince Charles accepted a letter from Port Meadow campaigners asking for his help on trying to reduce the height of the new university development.
Prince Charles is about to sit in on a lecture at the business school
Prince Charles spoke to students and greeted the Duke of Marlborough
Charles arriving at Said Business School
A long applause broke out as Prince Charles entered Said Business School
Police escorts have arrived ahead of Prince Charles
The reception committee for Prince Charles outside Said Business School http://t.co/BaBUJa5K— @TheOxfordMail 04 February 2013
Lord Mayor Alan Armitage in his Mayoral chains and MP for Oxford West and Abingdon Nicola Blackwood are both waiting ready to meet Prince Charles.
More than 100 students and staff have gathered in the reception of Said Business School ahead of Prince Charles' arrival in about 15 minutes— @TheOxfordMail 04 February 2013
About 25 Port Meadow protestors are gathered outside the Said Business School waiting for Prince Charles. They are protesting against the student accommodation being built there.
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