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April 2020

Great Chesterford Jewellery Fair

Saturday April 25at 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
The Chesterfords Community Centre Great Chesterford, CB10 1NU
£2.00

Great Chesterford Jewellery Fair takes place on Saturday 25th April, 2020 at The Chesterfords Community Centre, Newmarket Road, Great Chesterford, Saffron Walden Essex CB10 1NS Supporting local talented artisan jewellery makers and giving them the opportunity to showcase and sell their hand crafted jewellery to the general public. From beads to pearls, sterling silver and gold, plus antique and vintage jewellery. All proceeds from the café to be split between Arthur Rank Hospice and EACH. Admission fee - £2.00. For…

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Earth Optimism 2020 – Celebrating Conservation Success

Saturday April 25at 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
David Attenborough Building, The New Museums Site, 14 Pembroke Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 3QY United Kingdom

Cambridge Conservation Initiative’s incredibly popular Earth Optimism event is back for 2020, with a great host of speakers and businesses ready to inspire with messages of positivity. On Saturday 25th April, CCI will open its doors and invite you to celebrate success stories straight from the field. There will be a variety of speakers including Sir David Attenborough, Steve Backshall, model Lily Cole and Mya-Rose Craig (aka BirdGirl), alongside leading conservationists working from the Pennines to the rainforest of Sierra…

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May 2020

Cambridge Literary Festival – Listening Festival

Monday May 18 - Sunday May 24
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

Mental Health Awareness Week - 18-24 May At a time when many of us are experiencing heightened feelings and emotional challenges we look to some of the recordings that focus on kindness, health and wellbeing. Richard Layard offers us his theory on happiness, that the best kind of society is surely one where the people are as happy as possible. How government and social policy should focus on creating conditions that make people as happy as possible, especially the least…

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July 2020

The Big Weekend at Home

Friday July 3 - Saturday July 4
On Line Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

Cambridge Live have now confirmed that a virtual festival, renamed 'The Big Weekend at Home,' will instead be held online between July 3 and July 4. The live-streamed festival will bring together local artists and community groups, and will feature shows from radio stations Star Radio, BBC Cambridgeshire and Cambridge 105 Radio. Even though we can’t be there in person, we still wanted to do something to bring Cambridge together and to celebrate the talents found here in our community,’…

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Waterbeach Churches Holiday Club for Children

Monday July 27 - Saturday August 1
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

Every year the 3 churches in Waterbeach run a 1-week Holiday Club for children aged 4-11. Based on a Bible story, it's great fun and the kids love it. There are songs, activities, crafts, drinks and snacks etc. This year it will be on-line, anyone can join in and it's free! Go to https://www.bctholidayclub.com/

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Giggles in the Garden

Wednesday July 29
The Willow Tree, 29 High Street
Bourn, CB23 2SQ
£11.00

It's Giggles in the Garden as comedy returns to the Willow Tree Comedy is back at The Willow Tree! Giggles In the Garden brings you great comedy at a safe distance, with two fantastic comics, one awesome MC, and plenty of space. The first night takes place on July 29th and starts at 8.00pm. It features Alistair Barrie and Anthony King. Some of you will remember Alistair Barrie taking the roof off the place. And now he's back. One of…

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Genome Lates – Talk

Thursday July 30
On Line Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom
Free

The Wellcome Genome Campus is celebrating 20 years since the landmark first draft of the complete human genome was produced, with a series of monthly ‘Genome Lates’ public events. Human Genome Project veterans and the current generation of researchers and technicians will present personal stories and reflect on breath-taking advances in genomic science, as well as how the Human Genome Project revolutionised our understanding of modern biology. The first talk in this season of ‘Genome Lates’ will be Reading the…

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