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The Bedford Society

The society for alumni and former staff members of Bedford College, one of the founding colleges of Royal Holloway and Bedford New College.

The Bedford Society ensures that the spirit of Bedford College, its alumni and staff lives on and is widely recognised.

The Society:

  • Celebrates and honours the pioneering women and men who went before us
  • Draws on the talents and expertise of the several thousand Bedfordians to provide opportunities to meet each other and current students
  • Inspires and supports current and future generations of students through example, advice and philanthropy.

All Bedford College alumni, including former staff, are automatically Bedford Society members. If you don't currently receive Bedford Society communications please update your details with us. 

 

Upcoming Bedford Society events

Royal Holloway in Concert with the London Mozart Players and pre-concert Bedford Society dinner
Wednesday 29 January 2020, St John's Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA
To mark the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth in 2020, the university presents a programme of, and inspired by, his works. Read more and book tickets.

Before the concert there will be a limited number of places available for a two course buffet dinner for Bedford Society members at 5.30pm in the restaurant at St John’s Smith Square at an additional cost of £29.95 per person. Please email rsvp@rhbnc.ac.uk to reserve your place for the buffet dinner (tickets for the concert should be purchased separately in advance using the link above). Payment for dinner will be direct to the restaurant on the evening of the concert. If you have any special dietary requirements, please include the detail on your email; thank you.

Save the date: The Impact of Geography
Wednesday 7 October 2020 at the Royal Geographical Society, London

An evening event showcasing the Department of Geography's collaborative work, followed by a reception to be held at the Royal Geographical Society. More information will be available soon.
(Part of the Department of Geography's centenary celebrations)

 

 

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