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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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Charles Dickens' letter to his son available to view online

Charles Dickens' letter to his son available to view online

A letter written by Charles Dickens in 1868 to his son, Harry, at Trinity Hall is part of the Royal Mail’s Letters of our Lives campaign.

WYNG Gardens student accommodation opened

WYNG Gardens, Trinity Hall’s new student accommodation block, is now open.



Sat 11 Feb

TH Law Society annual dinner 2017

TH law alumni are invited to join the Law Society for their annual dinner in College.

Thu 16 Feb

TH History Society event

The Trinity Hall History Society invites alumni who read History to mark 40 years of women at Trinity Hall with their discussion on ‘Challenging Tradition’.

Sat 18 Feb

TH Engineering Society Annual Dinner 2017

TH engineering alumni are invited to join the Engineering Society for their annual dinner in College.

Thu 23 Feb

THwomen40 Lecture Series

'Editing Shakespeare for Performance: Acting Editions Old and New' by Dr Abigail Rokison-Woodall (2003)

Trinity Hall Gardens


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

Trinity Hall Chapel


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

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Old and new, we have two libraries to discover.

Music at Trinity Hall


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

Sports at Trinity Hall


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

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