Exeter floret in Saskatoon
The special relationship between Exeter College and the Province of Saskatchewan, in Canada, has been celebrated with the dedication of a floret from the College Chapel. The floret, which was rescued when the Chapel masonry was restored in 2008, has been installed on a pillar in the nave of the Cathedral of St John the Evangelist in Saskatoon. It marks the strong links between the College and the province, which began when the first of many Saskatchewan Rhodes Scholars to study at Exeter, John Francis Leddy, matriculated in 1933.
To read more about the dedication and the links between the College and the Province of Saskatchewan click here.