Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge

Trinity Hall is the fifth oldest College in the University of Cambridge. It was founded in 1350 by Bishop Bateman, originally for the study of canon and civil law. Enjoying stunning architecture, historic grounds and attractive riverside views, Trinity Hall is also the perfect venue for residential conferences and day meetings, as well as dinners, drinks receptions and other special events.

College life

Trinity Hall consists of around 650 students, both undergraduates and graduates across a range of subject, 60 Fellows, 130 staff and 8,000 alumni worldwide. The College is located in central Cambridge by the river, with a further site at Wychfield off Storey's Way and accommodation on Thompson's Lane and Bateman Street.

Trinity Hall Conferences and Events

Trinity Hall provides a stunning historic setting for residential conferences, day meetings, celebration dinners, drinks receptions, business networking events and much more.  WYNG Gardens, our new conference, events and accommodation venue in the centre of Cambridge, offers high spec, contemporary facilities for up to 100 delegates and en-suite double bedrooms.

Products and services

Trinity Hall Conferences and Events

Trinity Hall is a versatile conference and events venue in the centre of Cambridge offering a variety of conference rooms, guest rooms and break-out spaces.  We have a range of residential conference packages available at WYNG Gardens and Trinity Hall Central Site.  Located centrally and within a five-minute walk of each other, WYNG Gardens and Trinity Hall central site complement each other perfectly for multi-site events - the rich heritage of Central Site contrasting with the contemporary architecture of WYNG Gardens.

Trinity Hall is renowned for the excellence of its cuisine and its friend and efficient waiting team. A range of catering options are available including buffets, silver service meals, formal dinners and feasts as well as afternoon tea parties and canape drinks receptions. 

For dining, groups are welcome from 10 up to 156 people, with the option of larger marquee events, drinks receptions on Latham Lawn and puntings parties in the summer months. The variety of historic rooms on offer includes the oak panelled Chetwode Room, the grand Graham Storey Room with views overlooking Latham Lawn and the magnificent medieval Dining Hall which is perfect for large dinners, presentations and networking events


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