**Bookings now closed for the dinner, but we still have capacity for the in-person engineering, graphene and architecture talks. Just turn up at the Wolfson Theatre**
You are warmly invited to this year’s Association Weekend on 24–26 September 2021
- Saturday's dinner ticket prices are great value at only £30 if you first came to College in 1996 or later, including current MCR & JCR. A standard Dinner ticket costs just £40. (Prices include wine or alternative soft drink.)
- Join us for 2 talks on the Saturday afternoon: hear Honorary Fellow and alumnus Professor Sir Colin Humphreys (G63) discuss his groundbreaking work around Graphene; followed by current Fellow Professor Mark Goldie discussing the origins of the College architecture in 'Corbusier Comes to Cambridge'.
- Join other alumni for Saturday golf at Cambridge Meridian Golf Club.
- Visit our beautiful Chapel for an ecumenical service on Sunday morning.
- Accommodation is available in College or at the Møller Centre at alumni rates.
Family and friends are very welcome to come along and experience our welcoming and unique environment.
Friday 24 September
- 2pm onwards: welcome desk on Concourse and rooms available for check-in at the Porters' Lodge.
- Please enjoy your afternoon in College and walk our new perimeter path created during the first Covid lockdown, or visit the Founder and Foundation exhibition in the Wolfson Foyer, showcasing the life of Winston Churchill and the founding of the College.
- Unfortunately we will not be able to offer any events in College or High Table on the Friday this year due to a rescheduled reunion dinner. We hope alumni will understand as we try to catch up on postponed events during this unusual year.
Saturday 25 September
- 7.30am–9.30am: Breakfast in the dining hall.
- 11am–4pm: Golf at the Cambridge Meridian Golf Club. (Please email the Alumni Officer if interested.)
- 10.30am–4.30pm: Enjoy informal croquet in the College grounds. All welcome.
- 11am–12pm: New Opportunities for Engineering, followed by an update on the progress of the Bill Brown Creative Workshops (formerly the Creative Hub). This session will introduce an exciting development in the College's engineering outreach, as well as wider plans for Engineering at College, followed by progress on our cross-disciplinary workshop featuring analogue and digital spaces.
- 12.15pm–1.45pm: Lunch can be purchased in the Dining Hall.
- 2pm–3pm: 'The Magic of Graphene'. Alumnus, Honorary Fellow Professor Sir Colin Humphreys, discusses how his research group have addressed the problems of scaling up from lab results using small flakes of graphene into large-scale devices for real world applications.
- 4pm–5.pm: 'Corbusier Comes to Cambridge'. Churchill Fellow and unofficial College historian Professor Mark Goldie discusses the competition to build Churchill College, whilst Fellow Professor Marcial Echenique examines its architecture.
- 6pm–6.30pm: Churchill College Association AGM in the Bevin Room, all members welcome.
- 6.45pm: Drinks reception on the Jock Colville Lawn, or main concourse if wet.
- 7.30pm: Annual Dinner in Hall. Guest Speaker to be announced.
Sunday 26 September
- 7.30am–9.30am: Breakfast in the Dining Hall.
- 10am: Room check-out time (left luggage room will be available).
- 10am–11am: ecumenical Chapel service, all welcome.
- 12.15–1.45pm: Lunch is available for purchase in the Dining Hall.
Daytime events: casual.
Dinner: You are welcome to wear black tie or equivalent. If you wish to be less formal, please do so.
Bed and breakfast accommodation in College will this year be booked through University Rooms rather than the College. Please ensure that the special code KX49963 is entered in order to view availability for the weekend and make a booking.
Please note that If you need to amend your booking, you will need to do so via University Rooms: amendments cannot not be made by College staff and may incur an admin fee if made less than 24h prior to your stay. Unfortunately, due to resource pressures in this difficult year as we try to catch up on postponed events, we are unable to offer any family rooms.
Book accommodation via University Rooms
Møller Centre accommodation
Alternatively, you may prefer to stay at the Møller Centre (use the green button below and enter code KX45096 where prompted):
£90.00 + VAT per room per night based on Single Occupancy Bed & Breakfast
£115.00 + VAT per room per night based on Double Occupancy Bed & Breakfast
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We would be grateful for donations to subsidise the lower cost of the Association Dinner to recent graduates and current JCR and MCR members, and have included a donation option on the booking form. Any surplus donations raised will go towards the Hawthorne Prize for Engineering. You can donate to other College funds at this link.
A list of guests booked to attend the Saturday night Dinner, with their matriculation year, may be found at the button below:
Association Dinner 2021 Guest List
Please note also that the list will be updated in batches so your name may not appear immediately on booking and this does not imply that your booking has not been received.
For all enquiries please contact the Alumni Office
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Bookings close at midnight Sunday 12 September.