The Time and The Place: A Campaign for Pembroke
Pembroke is embarking upon the most significant expansion of the College since our foundation.
The Time and the Place campaign is our effort to raise a minimum of £90 million in order to realise the vision for an enhanced Pembroke scholarly community on the south side of Mill Lane, right by the medieval site. Above all, it is about our shared goal to create the best possible environment to attract the best minds here and nurture their excellence so that they can go out and change the world.
The Dolby family have offered Pembroke an extraordinary opportunity and our campaign aims to seize this moment: this is the place, and now is the time.
The redevelopment of the Mill Lane site will meet a long-held objective that the scholarly environment of Pembroke should be able to meet its academic ambition.
On Tuesday 11 June, Cambridge City Council’s Planning Committee voted unanimously to approve Pembroke’s detailed plans for the redevelopment of the Mill Lane site.read more…
Dolby Matching Funds
The family of Ray Dolby has pledged to match every £1 donated with another £1 until 2023. This means that if we can raise £16 million over the next four years, they will donate a further £16m, which will complete the funding for the Mill Lane redevelopment. We are naturally very grateful to them. read more…
The fifth Pembroke Soirée took place at SCI Belgrave Square on 7 March 2019. We were joined by 120 alumni, who were treated to talks from Pembroke Fellows and affiliated lecturers, as well as an exhibition showcasing the research of our postgraduate students. read more…
Exciting news: Pembroke has officially moved into the first buildings on the Mill Lane site! On 15th February, three departments moved into the building formerly known as Kenmare House, immediately opposite the Porter’s Lodge on Trumpington Street. The Master moved into his new office at 1 Mill Lane just before Easter; he has a fantastic view over the medieval College site.
We are proud to say that the Pembroke crest is now on the Mill Lane site, for good.
The Master’s Office, with views down Trumpington Street towards King’s Parade, and also over the medieval College site
View from the Master’s Office, looking down Trumpington Street towards King’s Parade
View from the roof of 1 Mill Lane, over the medieval College site
View from the roof of 1 Mill Lane