Centenary crossword: the four cornerstones (by ESROM)
22 May 2009
The winner of the University's centenary crossword competition is Jonathan Crowther, who lives in Oxford. His prize is a £100 book token.
The University commissioned a crossword as part of the celebrations of its centenary. The puzzle was published in the University’s 300-page centenary book – 100: A collection of words and images to mark the centenary of the University of Bristol – and on the centenary website.
The sender of the first correct solution (with the four cornerstones identified) received at the University by 1 May 2009 and subsequently drawn from the hat by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Eric Thomas, was Jonathan Crowther, who lives in Oxford. His prize was a £100 book token.
The opportunity to win a prize may have passed, but you can still try your hand at the puzzle.