St Peter's College in Oxford is based on New Inn Hall Street. It was founded in 1929 by Francis mes Chavasse, Bishop of Liverpool. The Bishop wanted to provide a place in Oxford where promising students could obtain a degree without incurring huge debts brought about by daily living costs.
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