Pembroke will be holding a public exhibition on its proposals for the South Block of the Old Press/Mill Lane site development in the Old Library this Thursday (20th September) and Friday (21st September). Read More
Pembroke took an important step towards realising the enormous potential of the ‘The Time and The Place’ campaign today as it took possession of the first portion of the proposed extension to the College community on Mill Lane. Read More
After in depth consultations between the Master, Fellows and students, the College has produced a document outlining its Strategic Vision to 2030. Read More
The United Reformed Church Eastern Synod has approved the sale to Pembroke of the Emmanuel URC building on Trumpington Street. Read More
Pembroke’s draft plans for the redevelopment of the South side of Mill Lane are exciting not just for the College, we believe, but for the city of Cambridge.
At The Time and The Place campaign launch event on 18 March, David Robinson (1959) spoke movingly about the life and career of his friend, Ray Dolby (1957). Read More
The evening of The Time and The Place campaign launch concluded with a performance by Eric Idle (1962), whose opening speech contained the expected humour, Read More
On Saturday 18 March 2017, we launched The Time and The Place Campaign with a unique event in College, featuring talks, exhibitions, and music throughout the day.
Pembroke has appointed RIBA Stirling Prize winning Haworth Tompkins as lead architects for the planned Mill Lane site development.