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The Master is delighted to invite those who matriculated from 1988 to 1992 back to College for a Reunion Dinner on Saturday 4 July.
Saturday 4 July
From 2pm: Rooms available for check-in and name badges available for collection from the registration desk on the main concourse.
2.45pm–7pm: Refreshments will be available in the Buttery throughout the afternoon. Please enjoy your afternoon in College and take a self-led sculpture walk or visit the Founder and Foundation exhibition in the Wolfson Foyer, showcasing the life of Winston Churchill and the founding of the College.
5pm–6.30pm: Archives Centre exhibition to remind you of your time at Churchill. Please drop in to the Reading Room on the first floor to view memorabilia. Allow for wait times during busy periods.
6.45pm: Drinks reception on the Jock Colville Lawn (or main concourse if wet).
7.30pm: Dinner in Hall
1:00am: Buttery closes
Sunday 5 July
7.30am–9.30am: Breakfast in Hall
11am: possible alumni rowing opportunity, see below
Dress code: Formal. This is a black tie event with smart business attire as an alternative. Fellows attending the dinner will wear MA gowns, but this is optional for alumni. Hoods are not worn.
Accommodation: Bed and breakfast accommodation in College may be booked at a special discounted price on the usual alumni rate using the booking form at the bottom of the page. Please note: all alummni who have made a gift to College since 1 January 2018 (including those donating to the current 1988–92 Bursary appeal) will be invited to the Donor Garden Party taking place on Sunday 5 July, 2–5pm. Please bear this in mind when booking accommodation through this form in case you wish to stay an extra night.
CCBC and the College are pleased to invite alumni who would like to relive past glories on the river for a informal rowing outing the day after their reunion. It doesn’t matter if you have not rowed in decades, as this will be a gentle outing. If this is of interest, please use the option on the booking form to state whether you row bowside or strokeside, or cox, and we will be in touch directly nearer the time.
Many alumni have told us that they like to see a list of people who have booked to attend events such as this one, as it can influence whether they choose to come. You can indicate whether you are happy for your name to be included on the list in the link above by answering the required question on the booking form. Please note also that the list will be updated manually in batches, so your name may take some time to appear further to booking, and this does not imply that your booking has not been received.
Churchill College would like to stay in touch with you and store your up-to-date contact details in order to send you publications and invite you to events such as this one. You can update your contact details via our form at the button below. By supplying such details you consent to us communicating with you by those methods. We take the storing and processing of your data seriously and you can read more in our full data protection statement.
Please see the following link for a list of alumni with whom College has lost touch. If you are in contact with any of them, we would be grateful if you could let them know about this event and ask them to contact us if they would like to attend.
The booking form allows for one alumni ticket per request, so alumni couples will need to submit two separate bookings. Please note that bookings for this event will close at midnight on Sunday 21 June.