It is now in Churchill College in Cambridge, home to the Thatcher Archives.
What does CHU stand for?
CHU stands for Churchill College (University of Cambridge)
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We have 26 other meanings of CHU in our Acronym Attic
- CIMMYT (Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maíz y Trigo) Hybrid Trial - Tropical White (International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center)
- Cleveland Heights Teachers Union
- Christchurch Television
- Commander, Helicopter Tactical Wing Atlantic
- Canadian Heat Treated Wood Products Certification Program
- Camera Head Unit
- Centigrade Heating Unit
- Centre Hospitalier Universitaire
- Christelijk-Historische Unie
- Complaint Handling Unit
- Container Handling Unit
- Containerized Housing Unit
- National Research Council Canada Time Signal Shortwave Radio Station
- College of Health and Urban Affairs (Florida International University)
- Committee for the Humane Use of Animals (State University of New York; Syracuse, NY)
- Commerce Hub
- Canine Histiocytic Ulcerative Colitis (dog disease)
- Capitol Hill United Co-op (Washington, DC)
- Certified Health Unit Coordinator
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the report, Allen Packwood, the director of the Churchill Archive Centre at Churchill College, Cambridge, said that 'it is rare to find a piece of poetry by him as an adult'.
Allan Packwood, director of the Churchill Archive Centre at Churchill College, Cambridge, said the wartime prime minister's interest in poetry spanned the sophisticated to the more earthy.
Calum's senior tutor Richard Partington said Cambridge's Churchill College were planning a memorial.
Ben Etherington, an English research fellow at Churchill College, Cambridge, told the Telegraph: "I think there should be a consideration of David Willetts's suitability for this job.
This fund now supports 100 Travelling Fellowships and ten Bursaries at Churchill College Cambridge, each year based on the Trust's charitable object of: "The advancement and propagation of education in any part of the world for the benefit of British citizens of all walks of life in such an exclusively charitable manner that such education will make its recipients more effective in their life and work, whilst benefiting themselves and their communities, and ultimately the UK as a whole".