In this special anniversary year all alumni and guests are invited to the Roll of Alumni Weekend to celebrate all things Girton. This is a fantastic chance for our alumni to return for an engaging weekend of lectures, music, and a dinner in the Hall hosted by the Mistress.
All alumni are welcome and we particularly encourage those who matriculated in the years 1959, 1969 and 1979 to attend and reconnect with friends and make new memories at a reunion at the Roll of Alumni Dinner .
For more information about the Roll of Alumni Weekend activities please see below for the Roll Of Alumni Weekend 2019 Programme
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Roll of Alumni Weekend Programme 2019
Saturday 28th September
8.00am-9.30am Breakfast in the Main Hall for those staying in the College
10.00am-5.00pm Artist in Residence Exhibition outside the Old Hall
10.30am Reception Desk in the Reception Room opens for collection of name badges and programmes
10.30am Tea and Coffee in Old Hall (served until approx. 5pm)
11.00am-12noon Annual Library Talk in Fellows' Dining Room
12.00-2.00pm Lunch will be available in the cafeteria (cash till)
12.00-2.00pm Roll of Alumni Committee meeting in the Chapel Box Room
12.00-6.00pm The Library and Archive will be open. The Littler Reading Room will be open from 1pm until 6pm.
2.00-3.00pm Annual Lawrence Room Talk in Old Kitchens
3.00-4.00pm The Lawrence Room which houses Girton's mummy Hermione, will be open
3.15-4.30pm Afternoon tea will be available in Old Hall
4.00-5.00pm Annual People's Portraits Talk in Fellows' Rooms Refreshments will be served afterwards
6.00-7.00pm Concert in the Stanley Library
6.00pm-1.00am The Social Hub bar will be open
7.00-7.45pm Reception Drinks in Old Hall
7.45pm The Roll of Alumni Dinner in the Main Hall with reunion tables for those who matriculated in 1959, 1969 and 1979
Dress code is lounge suits/smart
After dinner Tea and Coffee will be served back in Old Hall and the Social Hub bar will be open.
Sunday 29th September
8.00-8.40am Communion Service in the Chapel
8.00-10.00am Breakfast in the Main Hall for those staying in the College
10.00am-12noon Tea and Coffee will be available in the Old Hall
10.30-11.30am Annual Gardens Talk in the Stanley Library
All day Tours, Treasure Hunt and Tea
All alumni are invited to come and enjoy the College grounds and buildings. There will be self-guided tour booklets available for the College and gardens, a self-guided treasure hunt, the people's portraits collection, and our new Social Hub café to purchase refreshments from ‑ so please feel free to explore! Families and friends are welcome too.
For those who have reserved a room in College it will be available from 2pm. Please ask the Porters for extra supplies if needed but bear in mind that due to the historic nature of the buildings you may wish to consider bringing additional clothing. Please note for those who are staying on Friday night, the College cafeteria is not open in the evening.
The pool will be open between 7.00 and 22.00 on Saturday and Sunday for all alumni and guests who are staying in College. Please collect an access card from the Porters' Lodge.(Please note that all swimmers must
be accompanied by at least one other person and some swimming lessons may be taking place at the same time).
There are a number of roadworks on the A14 during the weekend. Please allow extra time for potential delays. Follow the link for more
There is plenty of parking available at the College, if possible please use the Mare's Run car park which is to the side of the College off Girton Road. Accessible parking is available in the Cloister's Court (through the tower) and Ash Court (through the barrier near Mare's Run Car Park) car parks.
The Reception Room next to the Porters' Lodge can be used to store coats and luggage at your own risk.
There are bathrooms next to the Social Hub and the Senior Cloakroom on D Corridor next to the Chapel Box Room can be used to change in.
Wi-Fi passwords are available to collect from the Porters' Lodge. Due to the historic nature of the buildings the Wi-Fi reception differs from place to place. Particular hotspots are at the Porters' Lodge, outside Old Hall and in Ash Court.
Photographs will be taken over the weekend and may be used for College publicity purposes, including the website. If you do not wish to be photographed, please inform the photographer, or a member of the Development Office staff.