22nd-24th September 2017
St Chad’s College Durham
A reunion event for anyone who matriculated at St Chad’s College in years ending 5, 6, 7 or 8, and guests.
The main focus of this reunion will be the Saturday night Formal Dinner; however there are other events running throughout the weekend.
We would love to see you back at St Chad’s for a weekend of catching up with friends old and new and reminiscing about your college days.
Tickets on Eventbrite.
Continue reading Decades Reunion 2017 – Matriculation Years ending 5, 6, 7, 8
Thursday 21 September 2017
6.30pm, Reed Smith, Broadgate Tower, EC2A 2RS. Hosted by Charles Hewetson (83-86)
For all members of former JCR and MCR Execs, GB Reps, Ball Stewards and Boat Club Captains.
Due to security, guests must book for this event with email@example.com or via Eventbrite
Saturday 2nd September
1pm, Wirrall. Hosted by Major Bill Wyllie (68-71) & Dr Annette Wyllie (SCR members) at their home.
Contact Naomi (firstname.lastname@example.org; 0191 334 3326) for more details.
Thursday 27th July
6pm, Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall. SW1Y 5AH.
A Networking Reception for alumni working in the Civil Service, politics, lobbying or journalism connected with government.
Saturday 21st October 2017 and Sunday 22nd October
Join the Alumni Choir singing evensong, 5.30pm, at Leicester Cathedral on Saturday 21st October, or join them for Eucharist on Sunday morning at 10.30am.
Wednesday 13 December 2017
7pm, Grosvenor Chapel, Mayfair, London. W1K 2PA
Sunday 10 December 2017
Organ music from 7pm, service begins 7.30pm.
Saturday 23rd September 2017
12pm in College
An annual invitational lunch for those who have left a legacy to St Chad’s in their will.
Date and Venue to be rearranged
Topic – “Literacy and Technology: empowered and gullible”
Guest Speaker – Jonathan Douglas (Chad’s, Theology 1988-91)
Jonathan was appointed to run the National Literacy Trust in 2007, having previously been Head of Policy Development at the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council. The National Literacy Trust aims to transform lives through improved literacy. He has also worked as a Professional Adviser for Youth and School Libraries at the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals.