Below is a list of all upcoming events and activities. If you have a community event running in Arbury or King’s Hedges you would like to add to the list please get in touch.
Wed08Nov2017Fri05Jan201810:00 am37 Lawrence Way, King's Hedges, Cambridge CB4 2PR
Get your tickets for this year’s Pantomime, from 37 Lawrence Way. For more information Telephone 01223 508197
The date for the Pantomime This year is Saturday 6th January 2018.
The Pantomime this year is Aladdin
Sat06Jan20183:00 pm82 Akeman Street Community room, CB4 3HG
Pantomime hosted by NCCP @ Arbury Community Centre.
Telephone: 01223 508197
Booking is essential, no entry on the door.
Thu25Jan201810.00am till 12.00pm Every Thursday at Number 37 Lawrence Way CB4 2PR
Fri26Jan201810.30am till 12.30pm 82 Akeman Street Community Centre CB4 3HG
Wed31Jan20187:30 pmArbury Community Centre
Sat10Feb201837 Lawrence Way Cambridge CB4 2PR
Sun04Mar201811.30am - 1.30pmNun's Pavillion
Sun04Mar201811.30am till 1.30pmNun's Way Pavilion
Tue06Mar20183.30pm till 4.30pm Arbury Court Library
Pop along to Arbury Court Library on
Tuesday 6th March
for more information go to www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk
Wed07Mar20185:30pm to 7:30pmStoreyfields community centre
Grab all your friends and come along to be part of our new group! We will be meeting every Wednesday evening 5:30-7pm at Storeyfields community centre, Eddington Avenue CB3 0DJ. Be ready for fun and cooperative games, meeting new and exciting friends and learning about the world around us.
We also have a group who meet at the same time in the same centre for 6-9 year olds and a group for 13-16 year olds who meet in the city centre on a Monday evening.
Email, phone or text us for more details of our upcoming activities and join us!
- Call: 07422966127
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web: www.woodcraft.org.uk
Sun20May201811.30am till 1.30pmNun's Way Pavilion
Join us for our next cookery workshop!
Doors open at 11.30am and we will be preparing Nachos with fresh salsa and guacamole which we will eat together for lunch.
All are welcome, but priority is given to local residents.
Please email email@example.com to to book this free event. Spaces are limited and on a first booked, first served basis.
Sat02Jun201811.00-13.3037 Lawrence Way, Cambridge
Thu14Jun20181800 - 2000Nun’s way pavilion, Nun’s Way recreation Ground
Find out what’s going on in your community…and have your say
- Nun’s Way Rec plans for the future
- Akeman Street Re-Development Proposals
- Details of holiday trips on August 3rd to Southend and 31st to Hunstanton. Book your tickets on the day - Adults £6, Children £3.
- FREE raffle draw
We need your help! Can you spare
- Be part of the media news team
- Help with events and holiday trips
- Help represent your community in our committee – we need people with skills and enthusiasm. Full training and support will be given!
For more information check the website www.nccp.org.uk
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tue10Jul201812pm - 2pm82 Akeman Str
You are invited to a Community Networking Meet Up!
When? Tuesday 10th July 2018 from 12pm until 2pm
Where? It will be held ateet Community Centre in the main Community Room. There is parking in the local streets but you can also get here by catching the No 1 or No 8 buses and then it is a 5 minute walk. We also have plenty of bike racks.
Meet the new Community Development Worker, Patrick Brown, covering Arbury and King Hedges and working with the North Cambridge Community Partnership.
Map events and activities happening in North Cambridge and discuss local needs. This will be compiled into a shareable list.
Connect with other organisations working in this area to network and explore opportunities for working in partnership.
There will be cake and drinks..
Who can come? -
Anyone working or volunteering for an organisation that runs activities/events or offers services in North Cambridge or has an interest in the area
Might be of particular interest to those in health –housing – equalities – community development – inclusion – community planning – social care – infrastructure organisations – sports groups – environment – arts and culture – residents groups –schools and education groups – faith groups – food or energy poverty organisations – community cohesion and safety – green spaces and parks/ local groups – advice and benefits – community centres and people running local community facilities or events
What do I need to do?
□ Bring your lunch with any news of events and activities that your organisation is running.
□ Share this email with anyone you can think of who might be interested – please send it out via newsletters/ to groups/ people you know interested in North Cambridge.
□ Post our picture above/ details of this meeting on your social media – any help getting the word out is much appreciated.
□ RSVP to this email by clicking here: ‘Sign me up!’. That way, I’ll know how much cake will be needed 🙂
Tue28Aug20182pm - 5pmNun's Way Pavillion
Join us for an afternoon of fun at the Nun’s Way Pavilion & recreation ground.
All are welcome and activities are free of charge! Come on down for:
- Kettles yard arts and crafts for all ages
- Sports: Football and Rounders/Games
- Weaving with Julie from Makeweaves
- Free snacks and refreshments
- Bouncy castle fun
For more information email email@example.com.
We hope to see you there!
Sat15Sep20181pm - 4pm
The Children’s Science Fest on September 15, 2018, between 1pm to 4pm in Cambridge is open for all years: reception, KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4. All the schools in Cambridge are invited to participate and enhance the learning of their students. The event is Free for All.
The key focus of the fest is: Learn, Share and Inspire. Thus, a wide range of activities are planned for the event. It includes presenting science projects, poster competition and participating in learning activities. Prizes will be awarded for best poster presentations in selected categories and there are participation certificates for all.
What makes it special?
The Children’s Science Fest brings young minds together for an event that fosters presentation and generation of new ideas about the future of our culture, our nation, our planet and our understanding.
The themes of the science fest include:
- Earth Science, Geography and Environmental Sustainability (Earth, Science and Environment) Space and Astronomy
- Builds and Mechatronics
- Physics is Fun
- A Flash in the Pan (Magic with Chemistry)
- Biology and Life Sciences
Science at Home
Children can plan their activities: The science fest brings together various activities in which the children of any age group can participate. These include:
Showcase your Science Projects
- Build and demonstrate small/feasible science projects or posters
- Use this as an opportunity to showcase and share your learning at school
Prizes to be won in various categories
Participate in Learning Activities
- Participate in and learn with STEM
- STEM-related hands-on activities
- Free science workshops
All entrants must be within the age categories below:
Early Years: Reception and Year 1 to Year2
KS2: Year 3 to Year 6
KS3: Year 7 to Year 9
KS4: Year 10 to Year 11
- Each school/youth group can enter a maximum of five entries
- Entries must be 2D and submitted on one side of A4 or A3 paper only. Mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org by September 12th, 2018
- Work must be original and created by the student(s) – please do not use any templates
- Posters must include the following information (entrant details can be on the back of the poster):
- Entrant name (all names if a team) and entrant age (all ages if a team) o Age category (of the oldest team member)
- School/youth group name and address
How to enter?
One side of A4 or A3 paper posters should be mailed to email@example.com
Closing date for 2018 entries: September 12, 2018, 11 pm.
- Prizes will be awarded to the best entry in each of the four age categories
- A popular vote winner
- Prizes will also be awarded to two runners-up in each category
Fri21Sep201812.30 - 14.30Church of the Good Shepard Mansel Way, Cambridge CB4 2ET
Join us for a networking lunch at the Church of the Good Shepard, Mansel Way, Cambridge CB4 2ET on the 21st of September from 12.30 - 14.30.
PLEASE RSVP by the 20th of September including any Dietary requirements to Patrick.Brown@cambridge.gov.uk
This is for all people and organisations in the King's Hedges and Arbury area who want to get involved, have a say or find out what is happening in our local community. There will be a free lunch, with time to get to know each other and what your interests are. For those representing organisations, you will have a short 2-5 minute chance to tell people what you do.
It is also the final chance to submit your content for the NCCP newsletter that reaches over 12,000 households! If you have an article, event or advert ready, please send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Event listing for local voluntary organisations are free, and advertising slots cost as little as £49.
Sat27Oct201811:00 am to 1:30 pm37 Lawrence Way, King's Hedges, Cambridge CB4 2PR
The gardening project at Lawrence Way Community house is held every 1st Saturday of the month.
Join us for gardening fun and refreshments! All are welcome at this child-friendly event.
Thu15Nov201810.30 - 11.15Arbury Court Library
Every Thursday 10.30 - 11.15 at 46-47, Arbury Court Library, Arbury Road CB4 2JQ
Enjoy an interactive story and singing session with the library and children’s centre staff. Free to attend and open to families with children aged 18 months – 5 years.
For more information please call us on 01223 728118
Thu22Nov20181800 - 190Nun's Way Pavilion
We really need your help. As a community organisation, we want to deliver events and activities that benefit everyone in the community. To do this we need more local people like you to get involved in any way you can, either casually, or as part of the NCCP committee.
In this informal meeting we will go over the varied and exciting ways people can help out, and our vision for the NCCP. We would also like to hear your ideas.
Sandwiches and drinks will be provided, so if nothing else, come to socialise over some food and drinks. Kids are welcome!
Please RSVP email@example.com
Look forward to seeing you there!
Wed05Dec201812.30 - 14.30Church of the Good Shepard Mansel Way, Cambridge CB4 2ET
JOIN US FOR A FREE NETWORKING LUNCH
This is for all people in the Arbury and Kings Hedges area to meet and get to know each other.
The next Meet and Eat will be held on 5th December at 12.30 in The Church of the Good Shepherd, please RSVP Patrick Brown at Patrick.firstname.lastname@example.org with any dietary requirements by Monday 3rd December.
Please download the poster below and invite anyone that is interested in coming!
Tue11Dec20183:30 pmArbury Court
The Mayor of Cambridge, Nigel Gawthrope will be officially Switching on the Christmas Lights and celebrating the start of the Festive season. Lots happening, Carol singing, hot drinks and marshmallows, everyone welcome.