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Garden parties at Cambridge University
At the end of each academic year at Cambridge, as well as the May Balls, there are also garden parties, which although being a rather curious Cambridge phenomena, are a chance to say bye to friends before they leave for holiday, or, in the case of third year students, leave the University for good.
At the garden party of King's geographers.
A friendly, if typically pretentious, picture from the Chetwynd Society's garden party, 2000.
Sam Evans and mine own humble self winning the three-legged race at the ChetSoc garden party.
At the Geography garden party of 2000 - friends from my year.
Tim, 'voted' May Queen 2001.
The race from the following year.
A silly bottle-throwing game.
Another photo from this game, with Garden Hostel extension (then) being built in the background.
Mr Christopher Freeze (hohetenor), singing a top C or something ridiculous like that.
The 'One World' garden party - basically people from various groups in Cambridge or their respective College Student Unions which campaign on environmental, development or social justice issues.
Me at the Geography garden party 1999, sporting a dreadful haircut.