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Date & Time

Saturday 24th September
3:30pm – 11:30pm


Lecture: complimentary
Dinner: £80.50
Accommodation: £76.50


Accommodation is available for the nights of Friday 23 September and Saturday 24 September. You’ll be sent the link to book your accommodation by email after you book your tickets for dinner.


Casual dress for panel discussion and afternoon tea.
Black tie or equivalent for dinner.


Johnians are welcome to bring a guest to this event.


Parking will be available at the Queen’s Road Playing Fields over the weekend. Please note that vehicles are left at the owner’s risk.

Booking deadline

Sunday 11 September.


Please contact us at at the time of the booking with details of any access requirements.

Terms and Conditions

Please review our event booking terms and conditions here.

General information

For further information or if you have any enquiries, please contact the Development Office on 01223 338700 or at

Johnian Society Day 2022

The Johnian Society is delighted to invite you to the Johnian Society Day on Saturday 24 September 2022 in College. The event brings together alumni of all generations to foster friendships and connections with one another. The day will consist of a panel discussion and tea in the afternoon, followed by a drinks reception and dinner in Hall.

Please note that the deadline to book for this event has now passed.


3.30pm: Afternoon tea in Central Hall, Old Divinity School.

4.00pm: Panel discussion in Main Lecture Theatre, Old Divinity School.

7.15pm: Drinks reception in College.

8.00pm: Dinner in Hall.

Midnight: Bar closes.

Panel discussion

Alumni of St John’s College are invited for a special panel discussion titled ‘The architecture of St John’s College: looking back to look forward’.

We are delighted to be back inside College for the first time since 2019, so the focus of the day is on the buildings which are an inspirational part of College life and being a Johnian. Exciting enhancements to the estate and grounds are underway and this is a wonderful opportunity to hear directly from those leading the project, and to learn about the heritage we cherish.  

The panel discussion and afternoon tea are complimentary and open to all Johnians. If you wish to attend only this part of the event, simply let us know by email and we’ll add you to the guest list.

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Heather Hancock (1984)

Master of St John's College, Cambridge

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Helen Murley (2018)

Domestic Bursar and Fellow, St John's College

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Paula Mejia-Wright

Associate at MCW who designed the Community Hub project.