With great sadness, Trinity College Cambridge has announced the death of Sir John Bradfield. He died at Great Gate yesterday evening, 13 October, on the way to a dinner.
In Memory of Sir John Bradfield
Born in 1925, he was Senior Bursar from 1956 to 1992. During that time he led the College in establishing Trinity’s Science Park and in developing Felixstowe into Britain’s largest international port. He was instrumental in the foundation of Darwin College, where he was an Honorary Fellow. Many of the things that we now take for granted in Cambridge can be traced back to his inspiration.
He remained active in college until his death. He leaves a widow and their son Bob.
More information can be found on Trinity College website.
Cambridge Science Park was established in 1970 by Trinity College, Cambridge and is Europe's longest-serving and largest centre for commercial research and development.