THA London Event 2017

Trinity House


Booking has now closed | View the guest list online

The THA invite all alumni together with their guests to an evening drinks reception at Trinity House, overlooking the gardens of Trinity Square and The Tower of London.

Date: Thursday 25 May 2017
Time: Drinks will be served between 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Trinity House, Trinity Square, London EC3N 4DH
Drinks reception: £25 standard  | £12.50 for alumni who matriculated in 2007 or later.

Dress code: Smart casual

Booking: Online booking has now closed. Please email the Alumni and Development Office on +44 (0) 1223 332550 if you would like to make a booking enquiry. The cost is £25 per person however the THA have made available a number of half-price tickets for alumni who matriculated in 2007 and later. 

Additional information: Trinity House is located at Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4DH.  A map is available online. Please note that you will not be required to present tickets on arrival as your name will be on the guest list. The dress code is smart casual and alumni are invited to bring a guest.

Guest list: The guest list is now available to view online. Please note that login to is required. Only TH members will appear on the guest list. Click here to view the guest list.

Cancellations: If you wish to make a cancellation, refunds can only be offered if we are notified no later than Monday 15 May.

Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the Alumni and Development Office at Trinity Hall. Email. | tel. +44 (0) 1223 332550.


The History of Trinity House

On 19 March 1513 a guild of mariners, troubled by the inexperience and poor conduct of unregulated pilots on the Thames, petitioned the king for license to set up a fraternity enabled to regulate pilotage on the capital’s river.

On 20 May 1514, a Royal Charter was presented to The Master Wardens and Assistants of the Guild Fraternity or Brotherhood of the Most Glorious and Undivided Trinity and of Saint Clement in the Parish of Deptford Strond in the County of Kent, the Corporation’s full name.

Today, Trinity House is a charity dedicated to safeguarding shipping and seafarers, providing education, support and welfare to the seafaring community with a statutory duty as a General Lighthouse Authority to deliver a reliable, efficient and cost-effective aids to navigation service for the benefit and safety of all mariners.

The neoclassical building, on Tower Hill in London, was designed by Samuel Wyatt in 1794.  It is a Grade 1 listed building.