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The Fisher Society is the student-run Catholic society for the University of Cambridge, and runs events during term-time for Catholic students of the University resident in Cambridge. The members of the Fisher Society are all Catholic members of the University of Cambridge, past and present. Anybody else is welcome to join the events it organises.

During term-time, the Fisher Society organises weekly talks, known as the Apologia series, and regular social events. Its regular events include the Fisher Society Dinner, Christmas Party, barbecues, and Garden Party.

Fisher House and the Fisher Society share the same mailing list, but the Fisher Society also has a dedicated Facebook group which all its members are most welcome to join:

The Fisher Society Committee is the executive body of the Fisher Society, responsible for its general management and governance. It organises the Fisher Society's events and other important occasions in the life of our community. The Committee maintains student areas of Fisher House, including the Kitchen and Library, and works closely with the Chaplaincy team as a conduit of communication between the chaplains and students. The Committee is elected each year at an Annual General Meeting in Lent Term.

You can find the contact details of the Committee here.

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