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College Contacts:

All students, administrative staff, Fellows and lecturers of Pembroke College can be contacted at the following address:

Pembroke College

The main College switchboard number is:

Tel: 01865 276444
Fax: 01865 276418

If you know which person or department you would like to speak to, please feel free to contact them directly by referring to the list.

Welfare Advisors:

Welfare Advisors are appointed by the Governing Body of the College to help students if they encounter a problem which they feel it would be inappropriate to discuss with a Tutor or College Officer. They are available to advise and help in any such case, on an entirely confidential basis.

Such a problem might be of either an academic or a personal nature (but for medical questions the College Nurse or College Doctor should be consulted).

The following Fellows will be Welfare Advisors for 2015-2016 and can be contacted as detailed below, or via the Lodge.

Dr Linda Flores  Tel: (2) 76447


Dr Eamonn Molloy  Tel: (2) 76454


Essential Numbers:


NHS Direct (excellent for diagnosing symptons during a crisis): 08454647

NHS Doctor: 01865 240501

Samaritans (just for someone to talk to): 08457 909090; (local branch) 01865 722122

Headspace (a drop in centre to chat about stress, worries or depression): 01865 263758

Sexual Health Direct: 08453 101334

Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre: 08451 221331

Victim Support Line: 08453 030900


Nights In/Out:

Porters’ Lodge (The Plodge): 01865 276444

001 Taxis (just a short walk up St Aldates– a phonecall saves a walk in the rain, and is cheaper than a black cab from Carfax): 01865 240000

OUSU Safety Bus (If you ever find yourself walking home alone, phone this bus – it’ll pick you up for a small contribution, or nothing if you’re desperate. Priority for girs walking alone): 07714445050

Domino’s Pizza: 01865200222