1957 Diamond Anniversary Lunch

Friday 14 July 2017

Trinity Hall


To book a place at the event, please click here for online booking or download a booking form that you can return to the Alumni Office with your payment.

To see a Guest List of those already booked in, click here. You will need to log in to your Trinity Hall account to see it.


All members who matriculated in 1957 are invited back to College to celebrate 60 years since arriving at Trinity Hall.

Programme for the day -

11.00am: Tour of the Wychfield Gardens (meet at the Wychfield Porters Lodge).

12.30pm: Drinks reception in the Master's Lodge.

1.00pm: Lunch in the Graham Storey Room. Dress code for the lunch will be smart/casual.

2.30pm: Visit to the Old Library.

Guests are warmly invited to the anniversary celebrations.

The Head Gardener has offered to take alumni and guests on a guided tour of the gardens at our Wychfield site at 11am on the Friday morning. If you would like to go on this tour, please indicate this on the booking form. The Porters can arrange taxis to get you within a 5 minute walk of College in time for the lunch.

The Old Library will be open for you to visit after lunch.

Accommodation is still available for the Thursday and Friday nights in single student rooms on Central Site, costing £40.00 for Bed & Breakfast. Double ensuite rooms are available for the Friday night only, and can be booked directly with Liz Pentlow. If you need to stay overnight, but would prefer to book a hotel or B&B room, you may like to refer to the Visit Cambridge website or telephone them on 0871 226 8006.

Please book in before Friday 30 June to ensure a place at the lunch. If you need to cancel your place at the event, please do so in plenty of time as we will not be able to offer a refund after midnight on Monday 10 July, other than in exceptional circumstances.

For more information, contact Liz Pentlow in the Alumni Office or if you have any questions about events in general, they may be answered at www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/alumni/events/faqs/


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