The Hawks' Charitable Trust

Application to the Trust for 2017-18 may now be made. Closing date 13th February.

For details see here

House of Lords Reception

Hawks and Ospreys celebrate University of Cambridge Sport in the House of Lords.

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Sports Lecture & Dinner

Another great Club evening. At Lord's in March 2017

Hawks' Golf Day

Another great day out - Royal Worlington August 2017

The Hawks' Charitable Trust

Application to the Trust for 2017-18 may now be made. Closing date 13th February.

For details see here

House of Lords Reception

Hawks and Ospreys celebrate University of Cambridge Sport in the House of Lords.

Read more

Sports Lecture & Dinner

Another great Club evening. At Lord's in March 2017

Hawks' Golf Day

Another great day out - Royal Worlington August 2017

Welcome to Hawks' Club

Hawks’ Club has been in existence since 1872, and represents the best sportsmen in the University of Cambridge. Membership is by election only, and the usual criterion is that the candidate should have been awarded his Blue – ie have taken part in the match or race against Oxford in his particular sport.

The Hawks’ Charitable Trust

The Trust was established in January 1996 with a relatively small endowment capital donated by some of the Members to provide grants to current Cambridge University students, male and female, whose sporting activities were being inhibited by financial constraints.

Members

Make the most of your membership. Get in touch with old friends through the Members’ directory. Take part in a range of exciting a social or sporting events held throughout the year. Enjoy the hospitality of our many reciprocal clubs throughout the world. Visit our online shop for quality sportswear and distinctive merchandise and relish the sociable atomosphere of the Clubhouse

Residents

Make full use of a convivial Clubhouse and enjoy excellent food and drink. Take opportunities to establish a great network – and party hard. Be part of events thoughout the year and stay in touch with former teammates across the globe

Dining Rights Club

Senior members of the business and professional community in Cambridge who make regular use of the facilities and support the Committee to ensure the well-being of the Hawks’ Club.

Prospective Members can be proposed by an existing Dining Rights Member, a Member of Hawks’ Club or by a Corporate Member

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Mark Hatton, seen here wearing Hawks' Club socks, is currently at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, training South Korean athletes in the luge. He is a former luger who represented Great Britain at the 2002 and 2006 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City and Turin respectively.

At Cambridge he studied for a PGCE at St John’s in 1995, by which time he was already making a name for himself as a luge athlete. However, athletics, especially pole-vaulting, came first initially, and he competed up to British League level. Mark earned a double blue from Cambridge in athletics and ice hockey. By 1997 he was competing in World Cup luge events. Mark is rated as one of Britain’s fastest ever Olympians, and was regularly reaching speeds of up to 87 mph on his luge runs.

Congratulations on your achievements Mark and for giving back to the community.
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clubhouse opening dates

The Clubhouse is open throughout full term, with a variety of food and bar services offered at different times of the week. Please check the Residents’ section for more information.

Michaelmas 13 Sept to 15 Dec 2016
Lent Term 3 Jan to 6 April 2017
Easter Term 18 April to 6 July 2017

Bar and food service not available on Mondays

DAY OPENING TIME BAR SERVICE FOOD ORDERS
Tuesday 11am-3pm & 6-11pm 6pm-close 6pm-9pm
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 11am-3pm & 6-11pm 6pm-close 6pm-9pm
Saturday 11.30am-3pm & 6-11pm 6pm-close 6pm-9pm
Sunday 11.30am-3pm & 6-10.30pm 6pm-close 6pm-9pm

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SPONSORS

CLICK HERE to find out how the sponsors has helped the club over the years and how you can get involved.

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