During the summer vacation, Ridley ordinand Dennis Woodward and his wife Aniek took on the famous pilgrimage in Portugal. Many of their friends and family and supporters of Ridley sponsored their walk, and to date £990 has been raised. They reflect here on a time that was challenging, beautiful and uplifting.
In 2012 a small archaeological excavation was undertaken in the grounds of Ridley Hall Theological College by a number of volunteers, including sixth-form students and members of a local archaeology group, who were supervised and directed by Access Cambridge Archaeology at the University of Cambridge in collaboration with Ridley Hall.
The fourth part of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Hidden Ridley series gives an insight into the First World War through artefacts in Ridley's archives.
60 years before women were able to be ordained as priests in the Church of England, Ridley's then Principal Paul Gibson was ahead of his time, advocating women's ministry.
The third part of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Hidden Ridley series uncovers an unlikely visit of Mahatma Gandhi to the college in the 1930s.
In its "Hidden Ridley" series, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire casts the spotlight on Noel Duckworth - Olympic rower and Ridley alumnus.
In a recent column in The Times newspaper, Ridley Hall's Director of Faith in Business Richard Higginson, explores the issue of business negotation through Holy Living, a book written by Jeremy Taylor, chaplain to King Charles I.
In a series of six 3-minute broadcasts over six Sundays, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire is featuring stories from the archives of Ridley Hall.