St Catharine’s College was delighted to light up our historic buildings in the heart of Cambridge on Thursday 21 May in tribute to the NHS and keyworkers.
The College is rightly proud of its long history of educating exceptional medics and helping to advance the quality of care that patients receive. Among the many physicians who have known these buildings and graduated from the College is John Addenbrooke, who spent a third of his short life of 39 years at St Catharine’s as a Scholar, Fellow, Lecturer and Bursar. The College used his legacy to found the hospital in Cambridge that still bears his name.
The tribute was made possible thanks to the support of Venue Audio Visual and Solitech, who proudly provided their services free of charge.
- The Cambridge Independent
- The Tab
- Emily Knight and the team at ITV Anglia included our tribute in their news headlines (1min 52sec):
Good morning, @emilyKITV has today's headlines for the Anglia region for @GMB, including:
- Suffolk Brewer's worries for future of pubs with social distancing
- The last shifts at Norwich's Colmans factory
- and a Norfolk coastal town's fears over bank holiday crowds pic.twitter.com/DIFlACNiCl
— ITV News Anglia (@itvanglia) May 22, 2020