Cambridge Society of Surrey

Cambridge Society of Surrey

The Cambridge Society of Surrey was founded in 1981 and has a membership of around 500, holding four meetings annually. Visits are made to places of interest, combined with good speakers and a lunch.

The Society also hosts an annual Boat Race event, a Freshers' event in September, walks in the countryside - or the city ending with a pub lunch and the Reunion Weekend.

Primary Group Contact
Susanna Bellino (Homerton College 2003)
Please do not use this form to send unsolicited advertising or promotional material. See our acceptable use policy for more information.
1 + 0 =
To help prevent spam, please solve this simple sum and enter the result. Eg: for 1+3, enter 4.

Please do not use this form to send unsolicited advertising or promotional material. See our acceptable use policy for more information.
1 + 0 =
To help prevent spam, please solve this simple sum and enter the result. Eg: for 1+3, enter 4.

Chair
John Verity (Trinity College 1957)
General Committee Member
Bernard Allen (St John's College 1960)
General Committee Member
Howard Ford (Christ's College 1968)
General Committee Member
William Hall (Fitzwilliam College 1965)
General Committee Member
Michael Howseman (Pembroke College 1955)
General Committee Member
Graham Hughes (Queens' College 1969)
General Committee Member
Robert Hughes (Selwyn College 1960)
General Committee Member
Jenny Knowles (Homerton College 1972)
General Committee Member
Anne Mitchener (Downing College 1984)
General Committee Member
Andrew Pocock (Fitzwilliam College 1965)
General Committee Member
Donald Swift-Hook (Trinity College 1951)
General Committee Member
Adrian Tollett (Fitzwilliam College 1972)
President
Peter Warren (Queens' College 1956)
Primary Group Contact
Susanna Bellino (Homerton College 2003)
Treasurer
Robin Bell (Fitzwilliam College 1965)

Attachments

Data protection statement

This statement explains how the [Alumni Group, Club, or Society] ("we" and "our") handles and uses the personal data we collect about our members and our past, current and future supporters ("you" and "your"). Developing a better understanding of our members and supporters allows us to keep in touch with you, in order to keep you apprised of our activities and developments, to provide services to you, and to identify ways in which you can support us.

Past events

Group contacts can request an update to this page.