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June 22, 2015: Blog: Top 5 Similarities between Cambridge and Heidelberg

  You may have heard of the English city of Cambridge or the German city of Heidelberg but what you might not know is that these two cities are twinned. Their connections don’t just end there however, as Cambridge and Heidelberg are more similar than you first might think! Here are the top five similarities…

June 22, 2015: Clare College Success at Green Impact Awards

Clare College strikes gold once more in the University Green Impact Awards     Clare College was awarded the highest merit in the overall Green Impact assessment at last week’s Green Impact awards, being presented with a Gold Award for the second year in a row. Clare College won awards in 3 out of the…

June 1, 2015: Blog: Cambridge Art Walk

  The second oldest Cambridge College, Clare College, not only boasts a central location, conferencing and accommodation facilities and gardens renowned for their beauty, it also offers the chance to discover some notable sculptural works. Two Forms (Divided Circle) (1969) is one of six editions of the bronze sculpture by Dame Barbara Hepworth, known for…

April 29, 2015: Blog: Top 5 Reasons to Celebrate at Clare

  Clare College’s beauty and history make it an exceptional venue for your event, but there are many reasons why Clare College is a remarkable backdrop for all kinds of occasions – here we explore just five of them.   1. Location, location, location Clare College truly is at the heart of Cambridge. Just a…

March 24, 2015: Blog: Top 5 things to photograph on your stay at Clare College

View of Old Court, Clare College and the Avenue   As Cambridge’s second oldest college, Clare College has some undoubtedly photogenic features. Here we explore the Top 5 things to photograph when attending an event at Clare. 1. The food! Clare’s award-winning catering team creates outstanding menus that are not only a treat to taste, but…

March 2, 2015: Cambridge Culinary Competition 2015

Stewards’ Cup Joint Winners – Clare College and Emmanuel College Clare College is victorious once more with a third consecutive University of Cambridge Culinary Competition win, scooping up 5 out of a possible 16 prizes including Best in Show and the Steward’s Cup. Contestants’ performance and creations were assessed under strict competition conditions by an expert panel of judges including:…

December 11, 2014: The Blythe Feast at Clare College

  This Year’s Blythe Feast The Blythe Feast is a showcase event for Clare College when the Fellowship host guests from across academia and industry.  Our Conference and Catering departments have an outstanding reputation and an invitation to a Clare dinner is highly sought after.  This year’s feast held on the 5th December was no exception…

June 30, 2014: Clare College Wins Gold For Environmental Standards

The College’s exceptional environmental and ethical standards were recognised once again this week at the University’s National Union of Students (NUS) Green Impact Awards ceremony. Clare College has a long-standing commitment to the environment, and came top of the Cambridge Colleges Green Management rankings for three years running – between 2009-2011.  The University joined the…

June 17, 2014: C&IT Johnson Matthey and Clare College case study

“It was good to be in the city centre and the college provided a wonderful atmosphere – we have already rebooked for next year.” Beverley Williams, Johnson Matthey, 2012 We are delighted that Johnson Matthey have continued to choose Clare as their conference venue and we are looking forward to welcoming them back again in…

June 17, 2014: Byron Franklin achieves 2nd place in national competition

Byron Franklin of Clare College Cambridge was named as the runner up to MasterChef Professional 2013 runner-up Adam Handling in the British Culinary Federation Chef of the Year Competition 2014 held at University College Birmingham. Judges included Alain Roux, The Waterside Inn; Ashley Palmer-Watts, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal; Roger Narbett MCA, Chairman of Judges; Simon…