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Five new garden towns, along with the necessary road and rail infrastructure, are to be built in the “Oxford-Cambridge corridor” in order to provide the millions of new homes pledged by Philip Hammond in yesterday’s budget.
The areas directly surrounding the historic cities are both likely to see modern new homes built, as well as Milton Keynes.
The arms are those of the first foundress queen, Margaret of Anjou, with the addition of a green border for the college.
The six quarters of these arms represent the six lordships (either actual or titular) which he claimed.
In February 1795 the college was badly flooded, reportedly waist-deep in the cloisters.
In 1980, the college for the first time allowed females to matriculate as members, with the first female members of the college graduating in 1983.
In 1446 Andrew Dokett obtained a charter from Henry VI to found St Bernard's College, on a site now part of St Catharine's College.
A year later the charter was revoked and Dokett obtained a new charter from the king to found St Bernard's College on the present site of Old Court and Cloister Court.
Today, this badge is widely used by college clubs, and also appears in connection with food or dining.
Queens' College has some of the most recognisable buildings in Cambridge.