Friends of Trinity Hall
In 2009 we established Friends of Trinity Hall, a society to encourage those who may not have studied here, but who have some connection with the College, to feel more involved with College life.
This may include parents of current students, parents of former students, spouses of alumni or other Friends.
The Friends of Trinity Hall is free to join.
All those who register with us will:
- receive the publications Front Court and the Newsletter each year, either by post or by email
- receive termly e-newsletters (THe-news) with details of the latest College news and events
- receive invitations to our open events
Parent and Student Lunch
We also encourage parents of current first years to attend the lunch in College at the start of term in January. If you fall into this group, a link to find out more about the event and to book your place from the end of October (prior to the event) can be found in the email confirmation which you will receive on submission of your registration form.
'Love from Home'
We are delighted to have teamed up with Fitzbillies cake shop to offer you our 'Love from home' scheme. Relatives are able to order cakes from Fitzbillies for Trinity Hall students to collect, to enable them to celebrate a birthday or to wish them good luck.
If any Friends are visiting Cambridge, we would be pleased to offer accommodation if required. Please note that we only have a limited number of guest rooms available during term time, but we have greater availability out of term, including en-suite facilities at our newly developed Wychfield site. Please contact the Conference Office if you would like to make a booking. We regret that we cannot offer parking at the main College site.
We would welcome any feedback and suggestions about our Friends and Family Programme. Please contact James.
How to register
Please kindly ensure that you include an email address so that we can send you confirmation.
Friends - What do we do with your data?
All data is held securely in the College's Alumni & Development Office and will be treated confidentially and with sensitivity for the benefit of Trinity Hall and its members where specified. All parent/family member/friend data will not be shared with any third parties. Data is used for a full range of College activities, including sending of College publications, the promotion of benefits and services to members, the notification of events and the raising of funds for Trinity Hall, all of which might include an element of direct marketing. The College does not sell any data to third parties. Under the terms of the 1998 Data Protection Act you have the right to object to the use of your data for any of these purposes.