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Members and friends who have given us their address will receive the Martlet magazine in late spring and the Annual Gazette in early autumn. Members with a valid email address will also receive an e-letter from the Master, four times a year, while those based in Cambridgeshire can also elect to receive a termly email providing theme with information on plays, concerts and talks being held in Pembroke that term.

If you are not receiving these communications, or would prefer to opt in or out of any/all of them, please contact Sally March in the Development Office.

Pembroke also has a number of publications, written and edited by Pembroke Fellows and/or Members, which are available to buy. To submit an order please download and send in a completed order form with your payment.

Pembroke in our Time - A Portrait of Pembroke College, Cambridge since 1945

(edited by Colin Gilbraith and Catharine Walston) This hardback book, lavishly illustrated throughout, is an anthology and celebration of the many colourful facets of Pembroke's life since 1945, drawing on reminiscences and anecdotes from College members past and present. 192pp. with illustrations in colour and black and white. Hardback cover. £30.00 + £2.00 p&p.

Building Pembroke Chapel

(by A.V. Grimstone) How far was Sir Christopher Wren the architect of the chapel? This is the first detailed account of how the chapel came into being ' architectural history of the building of Pembroke chapel that spreads new lights on its origins and builds a strong case for the involvement of Edward Pearce...' The Times. ' absolutely splendid book, beautifully illustrated and superbly produced.' (Gordon Higgott, English Heritage) 143pp. with 84 illustrations in colour and black and white. Hardback cover. £15.00 + £2.00 p&p.

Pembroke College Cambridge: A Celebration

(edited by A.V. Grimstone) Pembroke in words and pictures through six and a half centuries: its buildings and gardens, sport and music, some of the people, famous and otherwise, who have passed through the College, and something of the treasures that Pembroke has come to own over the years - books and manuscripts, furniture, paintings and silver. A superbly illustrated volume, with contributions by Fellows and other members of the College. 165 pp. with 120 illustrations in colour and black and white. Hardback cover. £15.00 + £2.00 p&p.

Pembroke College Boat Club 1931-1981

(by M.B. Maltby) A recorded history of the College's Boat Club from 1831-1981. Includes a detailed list of events, successes and crew members. 207 pp. Hardback cover. £7.50 + £1.00 p&p

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This summer we reached a real milestone in our progress towards achieving our Mill Lane Development. Our plans have been...
It was with great sadness that I heard of the death of two young Cambridge alumni in the recent horrible...