Hatfield Association was established in 1946, at a time when the future of Hatfield College, Durham University was uncertain - this was the first time that Hatfielders came together and probably the finest proof of the legendary Hatfield spirit.
Our aim is to ensure we have a strong, active and engaged network of Hatfield alumni (graduates), to facilitate and build strong relationships with the College and to support its educational and welfare aims.
To this end the Hatfield Association plays an active role in:
- organising annual reunions;
- helping to connect members through regular updates and publications;
- offering career advice for students through a partnership with SHAPED;
- supporting the outreach programme for schools; and
- playing an active role in all three common rooms supporting College development.
Our membership consists of thousands of Hatfield graduates, but we are always keen to connect with more!
On accepting membership of Hatfield College as either an undergraduate or postgraduate student you are eligible to join the Hatfield Association by signing up and paying the lifetime subscription fee. If you did not join and pay your subscription whilst you were studying at Hatfield but wish to join now we would be delighted to hear from you.
If you would like to read the latest version of our annual publication, the Hatfield Record, to receive updates about our work and invitations to events, then please register for access to Hatfield Association’s own website.
Getting in touch
If you would like to find out more or if you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.
Keep in touch - Don’t let go!
Once you have completed your university studies in Durham be sure to stay in contact with Hatfield after you have moved on from college by attending our reunions, keeping in touch with us or by visiting us in Durham again.
You can also connect with us across our social media channels:
The Association President
We are pleased to have Patrick Salaun (1964-67) as the Hatfield Association President. Patrick graduated in 1967 and has a background in financial, marketing, business development and fundraising activities. Over a period of 42 years, he worked in senior management roles for a major clearing bank and for two national charities. Now retired from full time work, Patrick is a trustee of Population and Sustainability Network/ the Margaret Pyke Trust and of the Friends of Gunnersbury Park. Leisure interests include tennis, walking, allotment keeping and travel.
Officers of the Association
|President||Mr. Patrick Salaun|
|Secretary||Mr. Tony Gray|
|Treasurer||Mr. Stuart Wild|
|Membership Secretary||Mr. Stephen Galway|
The Association's own website
Visit the Hatfield Association's own website. You can register your preference for receiving the Hatfield Record.