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References edit "Worcester College Governance". Before each meal, the College grace is recited by a scholar, or student studying a field related to Literae Humaniores. These included the papers of his father William Clarke (which are of crucial importance for the history of England during the period of the Commonwealth and Protectorate ) and a large proportion of the surviving drawings of Inigo Jones. Worcester College /wstr/ is one of the constituent colleges of the, university of Oxford in England. "Worcester College" redirects here. Worcester College is known for its sporting prowess, especially in football, cricket and hockey, and is one of the few colleges to have its sporting grounds onsite (football, rugby, tennis, basketball, netball, croquet and cricket). There is a mixed-voice choir constituted of auditioned choral scholars and volunteers, which sings twice a week: weekly on Thursday and on alternating Sunday and Monday evenings. "Worcester College Chapel The Chapel". Edward Monkton or Purple Ronnie Alastair Burnet Simon Burns Peter Clift Andrew Cockburn Alex Cox Gemma Chan Russell T Davies Sir Kenelm Digby (Gloucester Hall) Arthur Lee Dixon Simon Donaldson Jill Duff John de Feckenham (Gloucester College) Richard Flanagan Sir Peter Gibson, Lord Justice. The Gardens edit Worcester's playing fields Although Worcester is near the centre of Oxford today, it was on the edge of the city in the eighteenth century. Worcester College, Oxford: Worcester College External Relations Office.