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June 2019

Monthly Yoga Workshops

Saturday June 8 - Saturday December 14
YMCA, Gonville Place
Cambridge, CB1 1ND
£70.00 – £115.00

Yoga and the 7 Chakras with Yolande. Two hour monthly workshops taking place at the YMCA. You will switch on one by one your “wheels of energy” called chakras and observe with a Yoga Nidra relaxation the effects of the sequence on our physical and “subtle” bodies within. Ayurvedic drinks will be offered to seal each experience! YMCA Members - £70.00 (£10.00 per session), Non-members - £115.00 (£15.00 per session). For info ring 01223 356998  

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September 2019

Wandlebury Adventurers

Monday September 2 - Monday September 30
Wandlebury Country Park Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB22 3AE United Kingdom
£15.00 – £75.00

For unaccompanied children.  Mondays from 6.00 pm to .00 pm. 2 September - Wood land art/ 9 September -  Constructions and buildings/ 16 September - Fire side cooking/ 23 September - Messy art/ 30 September - Willow crowns. Fees - £75.00 for the term or £15.00 for an individual session. Places are limited to please book in advance.  Based in the Stable Rooms at Wandlebury. For ihfo go to www.cambridgeppf.org.  

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LIMINAL – Exhibition of New Work by Ian Rawlinson

Monday September 2 at 8:00 am - Friday September 27 at 5:00 pm
The Edge Cafe, 351 Mill Road
Cambridge, CB1 3DF

 Ian Rawlinson returns to his hometown of Cambridge with the fifth in a series of solo exhibitions inspired by place and memory. LIMINAL explores uses disused and hidden places in the city connected to his past. Prints, drawings and collages depict fragments and memories of significant structures standing at the boundary between past and present. In this series of work Rawlinson uses adjusted photographs of buildings and features together with encroaching black forms, intrusions and words, suggesting ideas of redaction…

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The Sick Children’s Trust – Autumn Programme

Thursday September 12 - Friday November 29
Various Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

The Sick Children's Trust has organised a wide variety of interesting entertainments for the autumn, from a charity quiz evening, a literary luncheon, an illustrated talk about art quilts and a talk about the extraordinary David Parr house on Gwydir Street. Various venues and prices. To see the whole programme go to https://www.sickchildrenstrust.org/UserFiles/files/Autumn%202019%20programme%20Cambridge%20Fundraising%20Committee.pdf      

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The Wonder of Wood Fair

Saturday September 14 - Sunday September 15
Burwash Manor, New Road, Barton
Cambridge, CB23 7EY United Kingdom
£10.00

Burwash Manor together with  local wood working friends Foxcotte and Artisan Structures, are holding Cambridge’s first ever wood fair – The Wonder of Wood. The event runs 9.00 am – 5.00 pm on Saturday 14th September and 10.00 am – 5.00 pm on Sunday 15th September. The Wonder of Wood will showcase some of the region’s finest wood workers, crafters and artisans, and the ethos is to introduce children to the joys of engaging with nature, and to entice them…

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Shelford Fun Run

Sunday September 15
Great Shelford Recreation Ground, Woollards Lane
Great Shelford, CB22 5LZ
£7.00 – £15.00

Come along to Great Shelford Recreation Ground at on Sunday, 15th September A 5 km on closed roads running through the streets of Great and Little Shelford. A rare opportunity to enjoy the sights and sounds of these beautiful Cambridgeshire villages - without cars! The flat course has been measured, is registered as a race and has chip timing.There will be a split start, with race eligible runners setting off first followed by under 11s, fun runners and family groups.…

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Bridge the Gap Walk 2019

Sunday September 15
Parkers Piece, Parkside
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1AA United Kingdom
£18.00

The family-friendly walk sponsored by Cambridge Building Society, which welcome around 2,000 participants annually, spanning all generatations. The walk - which starts at 9.30am - begins and finishes at Parker’s Piece.  Over the space of the morning, you will be invited into Christ's College, Corpus Christi College, Pembroke College and Downing College as well as the University College Library. Throughout the walk, the Society of Cambridge Tourist Guides will be on hand to offer interesting historical tales and provide an…

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