The BCUS (Student Union) Shop

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The Shop in Herringham Hall opened in 1952 and sells all the everyday student essentials, from sweets and cigarettes to Union Society branded stationery and clothing - and of course the College scarf.

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The college scarf. The college colours are green and grey, the colours of Minerva. In 1938 the University colour of purple was added. The resulting colours are (by chance or by design) very similar to the purple, green and silver-white of the Suffragettes. Suffragettes, Green And Grey, University, College, Student, Colours, Purple, Shop, Silver

The college scarf. The college colours are green and grey, the colours of Minerva. In 1938 the University colour of purple was added. The resulting colours are (by chance or by design) very similar to the purple, green and silver-white of the Suffragettes.

The BCUS emblem woven for use as a blazer badge. You can also sew it to your scarf, or use it as a bookmark or coaster... Coaster, Badge, Student, Blazer, Sewing, Shopping, Dressmaking, Couture, Blazers

The BCUS emblem woven for use as a blazer badge. You can also sew it to your scarf, or use it as a bookmark or coaster...

College ring binders are available in a small selection of sensible colours. Bedford College, College Rings, Ring Binder, Stationery, Student, Colours, Shop, Stationery Shop, Paper Mill

College ring binders are available in a small selection of sensible colours.

Student stationery. The current design originated in 1978 when it was used for a fund-raising appeal. It incorporates the college mascot, a unicorn. In 1956 the students adopted a real live unicorn, although it did look suspiciously like a goat. The crest and unicorn design has become the students' emblem, and is also available as a woven badge. Goat, Raising, Badge, Unicorn, Stationery, Students, College, Live, Shop

Student stationery. The current design originated in 1978 when it was used for a fund-raising appeal. It incorporates the college mascot, a unicorn. In 1956 the students adopted a real live unicorn, although it did look suspiciously like a goat. The crest and unicorn design has become the students' emblem, and is also available as a woven badge.