Bradfield Centre Open Evening, 22 May 2018


The £20 million Bradfield Centre is a collaboration between Trinity College, the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), and Central Working. The Centre is named after Sir John Bradfield, Trinity’s former Senior Bursar, who set up the Science Park in 1970 – the first in Europe – and pioneered the Felixstowe Docks.

Join the Master, Sir Gregory Winter (1970) and Senior Bursar, Mr Rory Landman (e2006), for this exclusive alumni open evening. Find out more about the relationship between the College and the Bradfield Centre and learn about opportunities for start-up companies, as well as how the Bradfield Centre thrives as a platform for student enterprise



6:30 pm

Drinks Reception

7:00 pm

Overview of the Bradfield Centre

7:40 pm

Networking opportunity with drinks and canapés

8:30 pm



On-site parking is available at the Bradfield Centre (unit 184).

The Bradfield Centre is now served by a new train station - Cambridge North - with direct services from London, or a change at Cambridge Station. We will be running a free shuttle bus service from Cambridge North Station to the Bradfield Centre before and after the event. Alternatively, it is a mile to walk.