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Hatfield College

Hatfield Association

The Hatfield Association was founded in 1946. It now has a membership of over 4,000 Hatfield graduates. Membership is established on accepting membership of Hatfield College as either an undergraduate or postgraduate student. On graduation Alumni automatically become life members of the Association, if they have not already joined as undergraduates.

The general aims of the Association are to further the educational interests and welfare of the College and to support the Hatfield Trust. Key functions are to:

  • organise an annual reunion in Durham.
  • publish the Hatfield Record.
  • promote regional activities for its members.

Details of Association activities and reports of meetings are published annually in the Hatfield Record.

The Association President

We are pleased to have Patrick Salaun (1964-67) as 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
Assistant Secretary Mrs. Cynthia Connolly

The Association's own website

Visit the Hatfield Association's own website. You can register your preference for receiving the Hatfield Record.


Please contact:
Mrs. Cynthia Connolly
Assistant Secretary
Hatfield Association
Hatfield College
Durham University
North Bailey
Durham, DH1 3RQ,
T: +44 (0) 191 334 2620
F: +44 (0) 191 334 3101