Events

EVENTS

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.

  • Thu
    03
    Jan
    2019
    Wed
    09
    Jan
    2019

    JOB VACANCY

    JOB TITLE: NCCP Project Coordinator
    Application dea                                   
    LOCATION:
    No. 37 Lawrence Way
    Hours per week: 15
    Initial contract:
    Jan-March 2018
    Start Date: Jan 21ST 2019
    Salary: £16 p/h
    Employment basis: Candidates must be self-employed / sole trader           

    About the North Cambridge Community Partnership

    The NCCP is a voluntary organisation based in the north of Cambridge. It is an umbrella group that organises and facilitates the running of events in Arbury and King’s Hedges.

    Job overview
    This is an essential role where you will take charge of the day to day running of key aspects of the organisation in order to support the delivery of community events and initiatives.

    Key tasks include:

    Management of facilities & bookings of (Nun’s Way & Lawrence Way)

    This includes:

    • Promoting of facilities
    • Responding to booking enquiries
    • Inputting and managing bookings & cancellations
    • Carrying out inductions for new users of facilities
    • Keeping a record of client feedback
    • Dealing with maintenance and utilities related to premises
    • Carrying out regular checks on buildings
    • Supporting existing and new user groups as required

    Administrative duties

    • updating of the NCCP site
    • answering email and telephone enquiries
    • printing, design and distribution of leaflets and other materials
    • such as events, community groups and property booking
    • contact relevant agencies in connection with projects and issues defined as relevant by the NCCP management committee
    • Help prepare budget reports
    • Take minutes at committee meetings
    • Deal with petty cash, purchases and payments for events and facilities bookings etc

    Community support responsibilities

    • Co-ordinate and support volunteers and community groups
    • If required, support senior community worker to advertise, organise, and run NCCP events
    • Help attract new volunteers and committee members
    • Ensure all new members are inducted, have appropriate DBS checks and are constitutionally appointed
    • Prepare monthly reports for executive group meetings

    To apply

    Send your CV and cover letter to talk@nccp.org.uk by the 9th of January 2019

    Interviews will be held on the 15th of January and the role has a starting date of 21st January 2019.

    Please note that all applications are subject to passing an enhanced DBS check which the NCCP will arrange.

  • Sat
    05
    Jan
    2019
    1500 - 16.30The Centre, Campkin Road, Cambridge CB4 2LD

    This year's Panto is Cinderella

    When? 
    Saturday 5 January, 3 pm till 4.30pm

    Where?
    Arbury Comunity Centre, Campkin Road, Cambridge CB4 2LD

  • Tue
    22
    Jan
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

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    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Book your space

    Call 01223508197

    Email: talk@nccp.org.uk

  • Sun
    27
    Jan
    2019
    11.30 - 13.30Nun's Way Pavilion

    Join us for a fun and free cookery workshop. This time we will be making mini quiches, ideal as finger food for parties, or as a complete healthy meal together with a salad.

    Join us to learn to cook delicious mini quiches from scratch together with a healthy salad. All ingredients (meat & vegetarian options) will be supplied and you do not need to bring anything (apart from yourselves of course!).

    Meet others from the community and get to know each other during the session and over lunch. This is always a busy event with a limited number of spaces.

    To secure your spaces email talk@nccp.org.uk or call 0781 8431685. Be sure to let us know the number of people you are bringing and any special dietary requirements.

  • Tue
    29
    Jan
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

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    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Book your space

    Call 01223508197

    Email: talk@nccp.org.uk

  • Thu
    31
    Jan
    2019
    2-4 p.mRoom 2 at The Meadows Community Centre

    We have an interesting range of speakers coming to talk to us at the Club this Spring, and as we are a friendly group, we look forward to welcoming you to join us. We meet on the last Thursday of each month in Room 2 at The Meadows Community Centre, 1 St Catharine’s Road, Cambridge CB4 3ES between 2-4 p.m. Regardless of your hearing impairment, you will be able to follow our presentations and discussion amongst members, as we are supported by our speech to text facility and by an induction loop in the meeting room. The picture here shows an example of this in action at our September meeting. Do come along, try something new, reach out and make new friends.

    This session will be Three Cambridge Heroes by Helen Harwood

    • For further information please contact us:
    • Email: information.hohclub@gmail.com
    • Phone: Doug & Jenny on 01223 241559
    • Write to: Hard of Hearing Club at 29 Stretten Avenue Cambridge CB4 3ES
    • Come along and try us out on the last Thursday of each month (see above).
  • Sat
    02
    Feb
    2019
    12.30 - 14.30Church of the Goo Shepard, Mansel Way, Arbury

    Join us for a free networking lunch at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Mansel Way, Cambridge CB4 2ET.

    This is FOR ALL PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS WORKING IN THE ARBURY AND KING’S HEDGES AREAS TO SHARE INFORMATION, NETWORK, and get to know each other.

    PLEASE send RSVP by the 21St of FEBRUARY including any dietary requirements to Patrick.Brown@cambridge.gov.uk

  • Tue
    05
    Feb
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

    Toddler Group Banner

    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Book your space

    Call 01223508197

    Email: talk@nccp.org.uk

  • Tue
    12
    Feb
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

    Toddler Group Banner

    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Book your space

    Call 01223508197

    Email: talk@nccp.org.uk

  • Sat
    16
    Feb
    2019
    11am - 2pmBrown’s Field Community Centre in East Chesterton

    For one day, Brown’s Field Community Centre in East Chesterton will be a hub for swapping, repairing, recycling and getting your unwanted items dealt with. This is a FREE event.

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    Disposal/recycling Skips provided by Veolia available for most things: household items & furniture, electricals, worn out clothes, toys, organic waste, metal items etc. Come by foot or bike but drop-off space for vehicles is available (no oils, paints, hazardous waste please).

    Give-and-Take Stall Unwanted items in good condition can be donated here and you’ll be free to take items you fancy. You can do the same with women’s and children’s clothing at the Clothes Swap Corner

    Bulky waste collection by the Community Engagement Team Residents around the Green End Rd who would struggle to remove bulky items from their property can arrange for the collection of two items max. Call: 01223 301842 to book a collection slot (last booking being taken on 13/2/19). Items must be left outside as collectors cannot enter homes.


    Clothes Swap Corner (Women’s & Kid’s) 11am – 2pm


     

    Repair Café 11am – 2pm

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    Bulky waste collection + drop off point for disposal, recycling and ‘Give and Take Stall’ 11am – 2pm

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    ‘Story of Stuff’ films 12:30pm - 2pm

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    Café with homemade cakes all day

  • Sat
    16
    Feb
    2019
    11am - 2pm BROWN’S FIELD YOUTH & COMMUNITY CENTRE 31a Green End Rd, Cambridge, CB4 1RU
    Swap Fest

    East Chesterton! Bring us your faulty, torn, wobbly and unwanted items and let’s have a huge swap, collect and fix-fest. Everyone is welcome and it’s a FREE event!

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    + To book an item in to be fixed at the Repair Café email: cambridgerepaircafe@gmail.com telling us what the item is and its fault. Please write ‘BF’ in the subject line. We take portable household items, electricals, toys, clothes, bikes etc. You can turn up on the day but may have to wait.

    + To arrange a bulky waste collection call 01223 301842. Max 2 items, priority for older and other residents unable to move large items. Veolia skips available on the day for all others.

    BROWN’S FIELD YOUTH & COMMUNITY CENTRE

    31a Green End Rd, Cambridge, CB4 1RU

  • Tue
    19
    Feb
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

    Toddler Group Banner

    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Just drop in - no booking required!

  • Tue
    26
    Feb
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

    Toddler Group Banner

    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Just drop in - No booking required!

     

  • Thu
    28
    Feb
    2019
    2-4 p.mRoom 2 at The Meadows Community Centre

    We have an interesting range of speakers coming to talk to us at the Club this Spring, and as we are a friendly group, we look forward to welcoming you to join us. We meet on the last Thursday of each month in Room 2 at The Meadows Community Centre, 1 St Catharine’s Road, Cambridge CB4 3ES between 2-4 p.m. Regardless of your hearing impairment, you will be able to follow our presentations and discussion amongst members, as we are supported by our speech to text facility and by an induction loop in the meeting room. The picture here shows an example of this in action at our September meeting. Do come along, try something new, reach out and make new friends.

    This session will be Rosalind Franklin – The Woman Who Discovered DNA by Carole Pook

    • For further information please contact us:
    • Email: information.hohclub@gmail.com
    • Phone: Doug & Jenny on 01223 241559
    • Write to: Hard of Hearing Club at 29 Stretten Avenue Cambridge CB4 3ES
    • Come along and try us out on the last Thursday of each month (see above).
  • Thu
    28
    Feb
    2019
    7pm - 8pmNun's Way Pavilion

    Volunteer banner

    We really need your help. As a new 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.

    Full training and support will be provided for all roles as
    required, and we are very flexible.

    Some of the key roles we are looking to fill are:

    Committee secretary - To provide administrative support to
    the organisation including meeting minutes

    Youth club volunteers - to run a youth club at Nun’s Way
    Pavilion to provide much needed activities

    Volunteers for LEGO club

    Call 01223 508197 or email golzarz@nccp.org.uk

  • Tue
    05
    Mar
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

    Toddler Group Banner

    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Just drop in - No booking required!

    Call 01223508197

    Email: talk@nccp.org.uk

  • Tue
    12
    Mar
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

    Toddler Group Banner

    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Book your space

    Call 01223508197

    Email: talk@nccp.org.uk

  • Tue
    19
    Mar
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

    Toddler Group Banner

    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Book your space

    Call 01223508197

    Email: talk@nccp.org.uk

  • Tue
    26
    Mar
    2019
    10 - 11.3090 Nuns Way, Cambridge CB4 2NR

    Toddler Group Banner

    Little Rainbows playgroup

    Stay and play parent and toddler group for under 5s

    Toys, crafts, outdoor play, rhymes and stories. This is a free playgroup for local families.

    Refreshments and snacks included.

    Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am

    Book your space

    Call 01223508197

    Email: talk@nccp.org.uk

  • Thu
    28
    Mar
    2019
    2-4 p.mRoom 2 at The Meadows Community Centre

    We have an interesting range of speakers coming to talk to us at the Club this Spring, and as we are a friendly group, we look forward to welcoming you to join us. We meet on the last Thursday of each month in Room 2 at The Meadows Community Centre, 1 St Catharine’s Road, Cambridge CB4 3ES between 2-4 p.m. Regardless of your hearing impairment, you will be able to follow our presentations and discussion amongst members, as we are supported by our speech to text facility and by an induction loop in the meeting room. The picture here shows an example of this in action at our September meeting. Do come along, try something new, reach out and make new friends.

    This session will be Impington Hall – It’s Owners and Estates by Eleanor Whitehead

    • For further information please contact us:
    • Email: information.hohclub@gmail.com
    • Phone: Doug & Jenny on 01223 241559
    • Write to: Hard of Hearing Club at 29 Stretten Avenue Cambridge CB4 3ES
    • Come along and try us out on the last Thursday of each month (see above).

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To get in touch by email talk@nccp.org.uk

North Cambridge Community Partnership

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