MP for East Surrey, Sam Gyimah, visited the College on 20th May to open formally the refurbished care rooms.
After coffee, Mr Gyimah formally opened the newly appointed rooms, cutting a ceremonial ribbon at the entrance to this part of the College.Mr Gyimah enjoyed lunch and spent time meeting Residents over coffee. He was clearly impressed by the wide diversity of ministries with which Residents have been involved. “The College is full of fascinating people who have accomplished remarkable things,” he said.
“The work has been beautifully done,” he enthused, “and the refurbished rooms are wonderfully light and airy.”
He went on to unveil a commemorative plaque and toured the College, learning more about its history, seeing and the restoration work in the historic chapel.
The renovation of the four residential care rooms formed part of Phase 1 of the Development
Project which was completed earlier this year (to read more, click here).