Oxford University Society Bristol & Bath
- Book Club
- Friends Projects
The Bristol and Bath Branch of the Oxford University Society was relaunched in 2016 with the aim of building a busy and exciting organisation with the chance to meet new people, catch up with old friends and provide support to others in and around the area.
The branch offers a networking and social platform, as well as opportunities to get involved within the wider community.
If you would like to be involved with the OUSOC Bristol and Bath Committee at any level or have any ideas on how we can grow OUSOC Bristol and Bath, please email the Secretary, Dr. Christophe Fricker, to let us know how you would like to get involved.
We are also keen to help our members share and publicise the things which are important to them. If you are involved in a project which you think our members would be interested in, be it a performance, a talk, a crowdfunding campaign or anything else you can think of, please contact us with a short description of your project and why you think it could be relevant to members of OUSOC Bristol and Bath.
Most importantly, this is your alumni society, so please let us know what you want from it.
We are open to anyone who has matriculated at the University of Oxford or has a strong connection to it. Our membership is free and the procedure is very simple.
Our branch has a wide geographical reach and, whilst the majority of our members live in or near to Bristol or Bath themselves, we welcome members from in and around all of the following areas:
Date and time: Sun, 7 April 2019 from 1 p.m.
Venue: The Bath Brew House, 14 James Street West, Bath BA1 2BX
Free (food and drink available for purchase)
Alumni, current students at Oxford, their families and friends are invited to watch the 165th Men's and the 74th Women's Boat Races.
Date and time: Tuesday 5 March, 7-9 pm
We had great fun tantalising our taste buds with delicious chocolate at our recent tasting event in Bath. Members commented that it was a real eye-opener y to focus on a product and also to sense how quality makes itself felt on your taste buds!
Date and time: 20 February 2019, 5.30-7.30 pm
Venue: VWV, Narrow Quay House, Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA
How do you start translating a text from one language to another? What are the main tools at a translator’s disposal? Is the source text more important than the reader of your translation? Christophe Fricker offered a hands-on workshop on these questions for both beginners and language connoisseurs.
Date and time: Thursday, 14 March 2019
Venue: Central Bristol
Book: The Dream of Enlightenment: The Rise of Modern Philosophy, Anthony Gottlieb