At the Court at Buckingham Palace
THE 11th DAY OF FEBRUARY 2009
THE QUEEN’S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY
The Governing Body of Pembroke College, Cambridge has made a Statute revising the College Statutes in accordance with the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1923, and in the form set out in the Schedule to this Order.
The Statute has been submitted to Her Majesty in Council, and the provisions of the Act relating to publication in the London Gazette and laying before both Houses of Parliament have been complied with.
No petition or address has been presented against the Statute.
Therefore, Her Majesty, having taken the Statute into consideration, is pleased, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, to approve it.
STATUTES TO ALTER AND AMEND THE STATUTES OF THE COLLEGE OR HALL OF VALENCE MARY (COMMONLY CALLED PEMBROKE COLLEGE) IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE WHICH AMENDING STATUTES HAVING BEEN DULY MADE AT A MEETING OF THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE SAID COLLEGE SPECIALLY SUMMONED FOR THIS PURPOSE AND HELD ON THE TWENTY NINTH DAY OF APRIL TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHT (NOTICE OF THE PROPOSED AMENDING STATUTES HAVING BEEN GIVEN TO THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE) AND PASSED AT SUCH MEETING BY THE VOTES OF NOT LESS THAN TWO-THIRDS OF THE NUMBER OF THE PERSONS PRESENT AND VOTING, ARE NOW SUBMITTED FOR THE APPROVAL OF HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN IN COUNCIL.
We, the Master and Fellows of Pembroke College in the University of Cambridge (being the Governing Body thereof) do hereby in pursuance of the powers given to us by the 7th Section of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1923, alter and amend the Statutes of our said College in manner following:-
- By deleting the Statutes of our said College in their entirety, namely, Statutes I to XI inclusive.
- By substituting therefor new Statutes 1 to 11 inclusive and Appendix A in such manner that the Statutes of our said College shall read as hereinafter set forth and affixed hereto.
STATUTES FOR THE COLLEGE OR HALL OF VALENCE MARY COMMONLY CALLED PEMBROKE COLLEGE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE