Season’s Greetings from Pembroke College (2014)
The music featured in this montage is A Hymn to the Virgin, by Benjamin Britten, recorded by Pembroke College Choir for their 2007 CD Carols from Pembroke.
Photo and image credits
1. View over Old Court from Old Library scaffolding – Henri Decoeur (2011)
2. Come on Pembroke! – Nigel Luckhurst
3. PCAFC go for goal – Nigel Luckhurst
4. Spring in the Orchard – Development Office
5. Daffodils – Development Office
6. Thomas Gray display, Thomas Gray Room – College Recorder
7. Ivy Court gateway – Peter Radford (1961)
8. The Porters stop the traffic ahead of the procession to General Admission – Development Office
9. The Tour de France peleton cycles past Pembroke (07/07/14) – College Recorder
10. Pembroke College Circle launch events in Cambridge, New York and Tokyo – College Recorder, Rebecca Castillo & Nicolas Datiche
11. Watercolour of Old Court – Alex Makai (1974)
12. 2014 Telephone Campaign callers – College Recorder
13. Scaffolding goes up by the Old Library – Development Office
14. The Old Library ceiling after renovation work – College Recorder
15. Matriculation photo2014 – College Recorder
16. Freshers at the Boat House – Helena Roy (2012)
17. Freshers Fair – College Recorder
18. PemWomen@30) events – Cinthia Willaman Baltaxe (2010)
19. Ivy Court – Development Office
20. 2004 Booker Prize winner Alan Hollinghurst in conversation with Richard Beard (1985) at a National Academy of Writing workshop – College Recorder
21. Pembroke War Memorial. A cross will be planted for every one of the 308 Pembroke students, alumni and staff who fell in World War I, on the centenary of their death – College Recorder
22. Hitcham cloisters at night – College Recorder
23. 2014 Carol Service – College Recorder
24. Gingerbread model of the College Chapel, made by Pembroke chefs Beth Cann and Kinga Bogacz – College Recorder
25. William Pitt in the snow – R.B.D. (watercolour)
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