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Su Brown, BA DipLib

Su graduated from the University of London in 1980 with a BA (Hons) in History and a PG DipLib from Ealing College of Further Education. She worked for Blackwell’s Bookshop in Bristol and in a number of public libraries before joining the staff at Trinity College in 1985. When not encouraging students, staff and visitors to make the best use of the library resources at Trinity, she enjoys reading and crosswords and is a fan of the BBC quiz show Only Connect. She is hopeless at Sudoku, but keeps trying!

Latest blog posts

Race and the Church

During a diversity plenary week, Trinity students thought more deeply about issues related to disability, race, and the church. Three Trinity students shared their own personal reflections regarding race and church with our community. Mary Hotchkiss is an ordinand completing a Diploma in Theology, Ministry and Mission. No person of colour is the same, nor […]

New principal announced

We are delighted to announce that the Revd Dr Sean Doherty will be the next principal of Trinity College. The announcement was made today to students at college, with the opportunity afterward to meet and chat with Sean and his wife, Gaby. Sean has served as Tutor in Ethics at St Mellitus College in London […]

Retreat Day, through the eyes of our students

On Wednesday, 30 January, our students participated (along with students and faculty from Bristol Baptist College) in a college retreat day. They chose from among eleven options for the day, which included a cycling pilgrimage, an off-site Quiet Day, a Franciscan walk through Leigh Woods, an artistic session on Bible journalling, a songwriters’ retreat, a […]

What I’m reading…

Book recommendations from our faculty. Below our Old Testament Tutor Rev Dr David Firth shares two books to enrich your preaching and teaching. One of the privileges of my role is that I get to see a range of books which might be of value to those in pastoral ministry. ‘Value’ here has two senses […]