Students participating in various Summer School progammes
We have recently announced the winner of the 2009 Summer Schools Photo Competition. Here are some of the entries. Congratulations to our winner Iris Pissaride.
John Myatt returned to run his ever-popular practical workshop. This year the session was entitled: Pure colour as artistic expression.
We have recently announced the winner of the 2010 Summer Schools Photo Competition - Congratulations to Theng Ying Lee. You can view a selection of the entries here.
We have recently announced the winner of the 2011 Summer Schools photo competition. Our congratulations go to Erin Halliwill for her snapshot of the Houses of Parliament taken while visiting London on a Summer School weekend excursion. The runner up prize goes to Martine Nederhand. You can view a selection of the 2011 entries here.
We have recently announced the winner of the 2012 Summer Schools photo competition, congratulations to Anna Barker.
On 2 April 2013 we welcomed more than 500 people to our Open Day. Here is a selection of photos from the day.
A selection of just some of the many photographs entered into our 2013 Summer Schools photo competition
It soon became apparent, on looking at all the photographs sent in, that summer in Cambridge impressed itself in quite different ways on our students. As a consequence, we received a great diversity of entries – all with individual merit. This made judging the competition even more difficult, so we put it out to the vote with the team and the results are: WINNER Eun Jung Kim Republic of Korea RUNNERS-UP Valissa Hicks United States of America Laurence Ghier France
Madingley Hall is the home the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE), the host of many of the Institute's residential and non-residential courses, it is a conference centre of distinction and is part of the University of Cambridge.
Madingley Hall is the home to the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE). These photos were taken on the morning of 10 February 2012 after a heavy overnight snowfall.
The ball took place on 1 August 2009 and was largely organised by the staff at the Institute of Continuing Education and Madingley Hall - both part of the University of Cambridge. The ball was in aid of Arthur Rank Hospice and was the first charity ball we had ran in aid of them. Over 300 guests were wined and dined and close to £10,000 was raised.
Madingley Hall opened its gardens to the public on Sunday 17 June 2012 as part of the National Gardens Scheme.