This is one of the oldest surviving University of Cambridge colleges. Originally named Gonville Hall, the College was founded by Edmund Gonville, Rector of Terrington in 1348. The College was re-founded in 1557 by former student and Fellow, Dr John Caius who, as part of his reconstruction, erected three Gates, which survive to the present day.
In the usual tradition, our evening will commence with a drinks reception at 6.00pm, followed by dinner. We are also delighted to announce that our distinguished after-dinner speaker is David Braben, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Frontier Developments plc, who will be discussing "Crowdsourcing and Publishing in the Digital World".
The Founders’ Dinner has always been a highly successful networking event, offering a fantastic opportunity to meet like-minded organisations within an inspirational setting.