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One of the oldest Colleges of Cambridge University, Trinity Hall was founded in 1350 originally for the study of law. Today the beautiful riverside setting is home to a friendly community of undergraduate and graduate students studying a range of subjects… find out more

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Stanley M Bruce (1903) and ANZAC day

Stanley M Bruce (1903) and ANZAC day

The only Australian Prime Minister to study at Cambridge came to Trinity Hall.

The Rt Hon Lord Justice David Bean (TH 1972) has been appointed as Chairman of the Law Commission

We are delighted to report that, Trinity Hall alumnus, the Rt Hon Lord Justice David Bean has been appointed as the Chairman of the Law Commission, starting in August 2015.

 

 

Events

THA London Event

Thu 28 May

THA London Event

Join alumni for a drinks reception at Lambeth Palace

Sat 4 Jul

Reunion for up to and including 1958

Members of 1958 and earlier are invited back to College for a Reunion dinner.

Sat 4 Jul

Alumni Family Day

Join us for Trinity Hall's first ever alumni family day (suitable for all ages) at Wychfield. This is an event not be missed!

Sat 11 Jul

Golden Anniversary Dinner for 1965

Members from 1965 are invited back to celebrate 50 years since matriculation.


Trinity Hall Gardens

Gardens

Beautiful in every season to be enjoyed everywhere you go at Trinity Hall.

Trinity Hall Chapel

Chapel

A friendly welcome, good music, and stimulating preaching and teaching.

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Library

Old and new, we have two libraries to discover.

Music at Trinity Hall

Music

With courses in music and many active music groups - from fun to live concerts.

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Sport

Whatever your sporting interest, there will be a place for you.


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