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1965 to 1985 Royal Holloway Alumni Reunion 2024

14-15 September 2024, Egham campus

The 1965 to 1985 reunion returns on the weekend of September 14th-15th 2024. Royal Holloway alumni from the 60s through to the 80s are invited for a weekend of reconnecting and reminiscing while exploring the old and new on campus.  

The reunion weekend will start around 1 pm on Saturday 14th September where there will be plenty of time to catch up with old friends throughout the afternoon. The evening will include a dinner on campus and a disco with plenty of 60s, 70s and 80s music to take you back to your student days.

Tickets and registration
Tickets are £75 which will include all the Saturday activities listed above – please book your tickets as soon as possible using the form below so we can plan for the right numbers.

The Alumni Relations Team will be taking bookings on behalf of the reunion organiser, John Parker (Biological Sciences, 1982). The names, subject studied, and graduation year (for alumni) associated with each ticket together with the bookers email address will be passed to John to enable him to send a draft badge for the event for you to check. He will also receive the name you had as a student (if different) and the first year you attended College, together with city/country of residence according to our records. If you would prefer that this additional information is not sent to John, please contact the Alumni Relations Team before registering.

Accommodation can be booked for the nights of September 13th, 14th and/or 15th at discounted B&B rates. More details and instructions on how to book can be found at the bottom of this page. 

More information about the reunion can be found on If you have any questions about the event you can contact John Parker

Accommodation can be booked for the nights of September 13th, 14th and/or 15th at discounted B&B rates of £109 for dual occupancy or £83.50 for single occupancy per night.

Rooms are all en-suite, in the new halls close to the dinner venue. We will try to keep groups together where possible, so please make a note of any groups or others with whom you are attending in the Booking Notes & Car Registration Number section of the payment form. Please note that you can only book four rooms at a time (i.e. for eight people in total). Book accommodation here.

For those staying overnight on campus, breakfast will be served in Founders Dinning Hall, following which you will be able to take part in a series of talks and tours as part of the Universities Heritage Open Day (more details on this will be released later in the year).   


All timings are subject to change.

Saturday 14th September 

1pm - Arrival and registration

1pm to 6.30pm - Time to catch up with friends, explore campus (tours will be available) and re-visit some of the campus bars. 

7pm - Dinner served 

9pm to late - Disco

Sunday 15th September 

8.30am to 10am - Breakfast in Founders Dining Hall (available for those staying overnight in on-campus accommodation) 

10am to 4pm - Heritage Open Day on campus, with tours and talks relating to the history of the University 

This reunion event is open to all Royal Holloway alumni who attended the University between 1965 and 1985 and their partners/+1s.

If you fall just outside of these dates and are interested in attending please get in touch.   

All event bookings are subject to our event terms and conditions.

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