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.
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.