Royal Holloway has received certificates from both NQA and Visit Britain to prove the university has worked hard and complied with all regulations in seeking to create a Covid-19 secure campus.
These past few months have seen a period of extraordinary change. In what we hope will be a once in a generation event, the Covid-19 pandemic has had far-reaching consequences for us all.
Chamber Music on Valentia is an annual festival held on one of Ireland’s most westerly points in Co. Kerry. Founded in 2014, this year’s festival took place from 13 to 16 August 2020.
Dr Miriam Haddu from the Department of Languages, Literature and Culture has collaborated with Mexican photographer from Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana to create an online exhibition.
A new, free audio-description tour has been created at Royal Holloway, to make the university’s renowned art collections accessible to partially-sighted people across the world.
Nicola Hewitt-George, Design Technician for the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance at Royal Holloway, University of London, has been volunteering her time to produce PPE.
Impressions of Modern Life: Prints from The Courtauld Gallery exhibition was being held at Royal Holloway, in partnership with The Courtauld Gallery, earlier this year.
Holloway Notes, a local community choir in Egham is going online during the Covid-19 lockdown and welcoming new members.
During Surrey Tree Week (1-8 March 2020), local MPs from across Surrey planted trees in their local constituencies. This was part of Surrey County Council’s commitment to planting 1.2 million trees.
An application has been registered with Runnymede Borough Council for a new internal link road between Runnymede Hall and the Sports Centre.