Castle Hill Open Day is a free event for all ages to explore one of the most vibrant places of Cambridge. Historians, local experts, artists, musicians and dancers will come together for a full day of events! On 21st of July there will be picnic areas, food trucks, art activities, performances, talks and tours. It’s all free and open to everyone.
Some highlights: The Nuclear Bunker behind Shire Hall will be open for people to explore. Allan Brigham, one of Cambridge’s favourite local historian, will be giving tours of Castle Hill. The Time Truck will be on hand to show off some of the artifacts discovered at the A14. CAMRA will give tours of former pubs and inns. There will be food provided by Wandering Yak, Azahar, Fired Up! and The Garden Kitchen at Kettle’s Yard. Outside St Giles, Thirsty Biergarten will be open and dance company Casson & Friends will be performing at various times throughout the day. Handle armour with the Fitzwilliam Museum at Shire Hall and take part in free art making activities on Northampton Green and in Kettle’s Yard.
Venues: sites all over Castle Hill, including Kettle’s Yard, Museum of Cambridge, St Giles’ Church, Castle Street Methodist Church, St Peters’ Church, Histon Road Cemetery, Shire Hall, Murray Edwards College,
For info go to http://kettlesyard.co.uk/openday
What’s Ons are broadcast across the day at 7.30, 10.30, 1.30 and 4.30, and at weekends.
To get your event included email: Karen Stringer