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The Pharmaceutical Journal
Vol 269 No 7226 p772
30 November 2002

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“Square” marks 50th charter dinner

Dr Jim Smith (left), chief pharmaceutical officer for England, Dr Soraya Dhillon, director of taught postgraduate courses, and Marshall Davies (right), President of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, were among the guests at the 50th charter dinner

The London University School of Pharmacy celebrated its 50th charter dinner last week, and its 160th anniversary.

According to a press release of 1952: "A Royal Charter of Incorporation has been granted to the School of Pharmacy of the University of London, an event which marks over a century of progress in pharmaceutical education in this country."

The dinner was held at the Merchant Taylors' Hall, City of London.

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