Referee Training Course

We have now finalised all the arrangements for the Referee Course this term. As you all well know, we’re always looking for new referees to join the ranks, and continue to provide high-quality officials for as many fixtures as possible. But, to do this, we need to recruit and get new people trained!

You can book at the following link:

Bearing in mind, you’ll be in profit with an FA qualification to boot by the end of the course, it can only be positive. Very good for your CV and for finance in future!

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me; I should be delighted to speak with you.

Kind regards,



University Referee Coordinator

CUAFL Referees’ and Disciplinary Secretary

Barclays Internship & Graduate Programme


DATE: Thursday 8 November 2012
TIME: 18:30

LOCATION: Howard Building, Downing College
REGISTER: 0800 093 2514

Unusually deep and trusting relationships. Remarkably complex solutions for equally remarkable clients. An incomparable level of involvement and personal investment in your work. For so many reasons, Barclays Wealth and Investment Management offers a banking career that is genuinely out of the ordinary.

The key to our success is building relationships based on trust and understanding. To develop these relationships requires particular qualities and abilities, and we invest in people who have them. That’s why we developed our graduate programme – to nurture the next generation of private bankers.

An unparalleled amount of real client exposure. Support to study towards the CFA qualification. Gaining valuable hands-on skills doing fascinating work right from the start. And three rotations across our global business.

For all of these reasons and more, this programme offers graduates the best possible introduction to life as a Private Banker with Barclays.

As a global business, we offer graduate opportunities across the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Wherever you join us, you’ll need to have a passion for wealth management and be ready to take the first step into this challenging, exciting and uniquely fulfilling career.

We welcome applications from students and graduates from all degree disciplines, and from international students. To apply, you’ll need a minimum of 300 UCAS points* (or equivalent) and be on track for, or have obtained, a 2:1 in your first degree.

* UCAS tariff achieved from top three A-Levels or equivalent, excluding General Studies, completed in the same academic year.

Are you ready for a banking career that is genuinely out of the ordinary? Come and meet us to hear more about it. To register your attendance for the presentation, please call 0800 093 2514.


Visit our website and find out more,

Cambridge Wordfest Winter Festival

The Cambridge Wordfest Winter Festival is back on 23/24/25 November and bigger than ever with a vibrant and varied programme of literary treats.

We have student discounts on all tickets, and extra special student discounts on the following events:


**The Cambridge Phenomenon, 6.30pm Friday 23rd (**

‘The Cambridge Phenomenon’ describes the incredible explosion of technology, life sciences and service companies that has occurred in the city since 1960. There are now around 1,000 technology and biotechnology companies in the cluster, making Cambridge home to one of the world’s most enterprising networks of people and companies – come along to celebrate this technological phenomenon and to hear some of the key players tell you how it’s done.

Special student discount with this code: WWFCP


**Gavin Esler, 4pm Saturday 24th (**

Award winning television and radio broadcaster, novelist and journalist, and presenter of Newsnight, Gavin Esler has spent more time than most with the world’s most powerful people.  In Lessons from the Top, Esler explains how creating a leadership story can promote success at all levels, whether running for the United States presidency, or applying for a place at university

Special student discount with this code: WWFGE


**Keir Starmer, Director of Public Prosecutions, 1pm Sunday 25th (**

A must-see for law students and current affairs aficionados. In his role as Director of Public Prosecutions, Keir Starmer is faced with some of the most difficult decisions in the country. This month alone, his name has appeared in stories about Jimmy Savile, computer hacker Gary McKinnon’s battle against extradition, the challenge of policing social media, and the inquiry into the Hillsborough disaster. Here’s your chance to put your questions to this leading public figure.

Special student discount with this code: WWFKS


Cambridge Wordfest

23/24/25 November

For full listings:

Box Office:; 01223 300085

Chapel News

Fri 2nd Nov, Week 5 Pudding Party, 7.15pm, JCR Suffering from the Week 5 Blues? Come along to the JCR at 7.15pm on Friday 2nd November for some free cake and friendly faces provided by the John’s Chapel community.

Fri 9th Nov, Bring a Friend to Evensong, 6.30pm, Chapel If you’ve been meaning to go to Evensong for ages and never made it, or have been too scared to go by yourself, or just want to find out what it is, this is your opportunity. The John’s Chapel community is arranging to go to Evensong in a large group on Friday 9th November. The choir will be singing Allegri’s beautiful ‘Miserere Mei Deus’.

Cambridge STAR Film Screening

Cambridge STAR: FREE film screening with FREE POPCORN
Come along to a free film screening this Sunday put on by Cambridge STAR (Student Action for Refugees).
The film is In This World by Michael Winterbottom (2002) and is a docudrama which follows two young Afghan refugees as they leave a refugee camp in Pakistan for a better life in London. It won a prize at the 2003 Berlin International Film Festival.
As well as watching a thought-provoking film, you’ll have a chance to meet like-minded people and to enjoy FREE POPCORN AND DRINKS.
You can also find out more about STAR and how you can get involved.
The film is this Sunday, 28th October, at 7.30, and is in King’s College in the Chetwynd room (next to the bar;  we’ll put signs up to show you the way).
Anyone and everyone is welcome. See you there!

Urban Greening Survey

Hi everyone,

I'm writing a dissertation on the potential for urban greening projects to
become city-wide norms rather than simply novelty projects. If you've got a
couple of spare minutes (literally no more time will be needed) could you
please complete my very brief questionnaire about your thoughts on some
basic urban greening issues. There's no need for any prior knowledge to
answering, and it will be seriously useful for my work. Just click on the
link below to answer:

Thanks a lot,

Mike Aizlewood

Cambridge RAG

Do you want to get involved with RAG, Cambridge University’s Charity Society, at St John’s? We are currently looking for more enthusiastic people, like you, to help organise college events and other larger events such as RAG Blind Date, Lost and Jailbreak. It provides a nice break from work and you get to help other people in the process… so get involved! Contact Emma Lambourne, the RAG Rep for St John’s, at for more information. Thank you!

Art in the Old Library

St Johns College Art Society invites you to a guided sketching session in the old college library. We will be accompanied by local artist Sam Motherwell and a collection of Samuel Butler’s original sketches and paintings of the library and other parts of college.

It will take place in the Old Library, Thursday November 8th from 2-4pm.

Free of charge, all materials included, RSVP to

G&S Gala Auditions

Dear all,
The Cambridge University Gilbert and Sullivan Society is adding an exciting new event to its calendar: the Quay Theatre in Sudbury, Suffolk, have invited us to deliver a night of well-mannered frivolity with G&S favourites on Sunday 2nd December at 7.30pm. The show will be a selection of songs and scenes from a variety of shows, loosely scripted to provide a structured form, with elements of pantomime to involve and enthrall the audience! The performance will be in black tie, off-book, semi-staged and with the occasional obligatory hornpipe 😉
We will be referencing recent society shows, advertising future ones, and most importantly, offering an evening of unbridled joy for participants and audience alike! The show will have two acts with an interval, and the cast and audience are invited to a Christmas singalong (with mince pies!) in the bar after the performance.
All in all, a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the beginnings of Christmas by having a hearty singalong of all your favourite shows with all your G&S friends: current students and alumni welcome!
A Gala-style concert is always a wonderful opportunity to experiment and discover a wide range of skills! We need an energetic chorus of men and women, a corps of singing principals, a few keen dancers, and a main pair of comedy comperes (comfortable with ad-libbing and crossing, nay, destroying the 4th wall) along with several actors for dialogue scenes.
Audition Material: If you would like to audition as a principal, please prepare a G&S piece. If you would like to audition as chorus, please prepare either a G&S piece or something of a similar style. There will be G&S scores available! If you would like to audition as a compere, please choose a G&S song, and prepare a comedy introduction.

Location:      Picken Music Room in Jesus College Cambridge.
Date/time:    Saturday 3rd November 11 – 1pm, 2 – 5pm
            Sunday 4th November 1 – 4pm
Book your slot now!
n.b. For those of you unable to reach Cambridge, please email the Director (Davina) on to arrange an alternative.
REHEARSALS (times to be specified):
Sunday 11th November
Saturday 25th & Sunday 25th November
(principals – evenings from 26th to 30th Nov)
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd December
The final rehearsal schedule will be available as a print-out at the auditions for you to confirm your availabilty, and principal rehearsals will be reasonably flexible depending on availability. If you would love to be involved but have timetable issues, please audition and contact the director with your availability.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact one of the production team:
Director, Davina Barron –
Musical Director, Declan Corr –
Producer, Rosie Corner –
We very much look forward to seeing you at auditions!
Best wishes,
The Quay Production Team