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.

  • Sat
    04
    Jan
    2020
    3pm - 4:30pmArbury Community Centre

    Saturday 4th January 2020
    Arbury Community Centre, 3pm - 4.30pm

    sold out

     

  • Wed
    29
    Jan
    2020
    12:00- 14:00Church of the Good Shepherd

  • Thu
    13
    Feb
    2020
    10am - 12pmLawrence Way Community House

    Come along and join a lovely friendly local group to crochet, knit and natter over crochet and a cuppa! All are welcome.

    50p per session

  • Thu
    13
    Feb
    2020
    4pm - 5pmNuns Way Pavilion

    It's time to show off your Lego skills and create experiments with the Community Lego Lab!

    We have a theme each week and there is no end to our innovations!

    The club takes place every Thursday from 4pm to 5pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion and all children from 5 to 11 are welcome! All we ask is for a 50p donation to help us subsidise costs.

    Also if you have any spare lego to donate, or have some extra time to help us run more sessions please do get in touch. Additionally if you have any toys for 3 to 5 year olds to donate to our toddlers club, we would be very thankful.

    Please bring donations to 37 Lawrence Way, the NCCP community house next to Tesco or when you come to either group. If you would rather we pick up, email Talk@NCCP.org.uk or call 01223 508197

  • Tue
    18
    Feb
    2020
    10:00- 12:00Nuns Way Pavilion

    NCCP is delighted to have partnered up with a Toy's Life and Beyond CIC to deliver this new and exciting project called 'Little Rainbows Toy Library'

    Little Rainbows Toy Library is different as although it runs  like a typical toy library, children are encouraged to develop their language skills. This is what we call a 'toy library with a twist'.

    The format of Little Rainbows Toy Library is that parents/carers and children come every week and they get to talk, do different activities and play. They will also have a book to read to them every week and parents/carers get to borrow toys related to the book, together with a question sheet and tips. All these are designed to encourage their childrens communication and language skills at home. And this is what makes this toy library very different from the others.

    We are delighted that Talking Together in Cambridgeshire had funded this project and hopefully it will be one of many more to come.

    Little Rainbows meets every Tuesday at Nun's Way Pavilion, Nun's Way, CB4 2RN from 10am to 123pm and is free to join, just drop in, free lunch provided!

  • Tue
    18
    Feb
    2020
    4pm - 5:30pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP are working in partnership with Cambridge City Council, Red Hen Project and The Raspberry Pi Foundation, offering local children a chance to learn computer programming. With the help of brilliant volunteers, children can now attend the CoderDojo every Tuesday 4 - 5:30pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion.

    Anyone aged from 7 to 17 can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or game and explore technology in an informal, creative and social environment. This is a wonderful chance for all children, especially those without internet or computer access to have fun whilst learning new skills, thus encouraging children to have aspirations and a sense of the possible in respect of future growth and life prospects.

  • Thu
    20
    Feb
    2020
    10:00- 12:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Come and join this lovely friendly local group.

    Crochet, knit and natter!

    All welcome! 50p per session

  • Thu
    20
    Feb
    2020
    4pm - 5pmNuns Way Pavilion

    It's time to show off your Lego skills and create experiments with the Community Lego Lab!
    We have a theme each week and there is no end to our innovations!
    The club takes place every Thursday from 4pm to 5pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion and all children from 5 to 11 are welcome! All we ask is for a 50p donation to help us subsidise costs.
    Also if you have any spare lego to donate, or have some extra time to help us run more sessions please do get in touch. Additionally if you have any toys for 3 to 5 year olds to donate to our toddlers club, we would be very thankful.
    Please bring donations to 37 Lawrence Way, the NCCP community house next to Tesco or when you come to either group. If you would rather we pick up, email Talk@NCCP.org.uk or call 01223 508197

  • Tue
    25
    Feb
    2020
    10am - 12pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP is delighted to have partnered up with a Toy's Life and Beyond CIC to deliver this new and exciting project called 'Little Rainbows Toy Library'
    Little Rainbows Toy Library is different as although it runs like a typical toy library, children are encouraged to develop their language skills. This is what we call a 'toy library with a twist'.
    The format of Little Rainbows Toy Library is that parents/carers and children come every week and they get to talk, do different activities and play. They will also have a book to read to them every week and parents/carers get to borrow toys related to the book, together with a question sheet and tips. All these are designed to encourage their childrens communication and language skills at home. And this is what makes this toy library very different from the others.
    We are delighted that Talking Together in Cambridgeshire had funded this project and hopefully it will be one of many more to come.
    Little Rainbows meets every Tuesday at Nun's Way Pavilion, Nun's Way, CB4 2RN from 10am to 123pm and is free to join, just drop in, free lunch provided!

  • Tue
    25
    Feb
    2020
    4pm - 5:30pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP are working in partnership with Cambridge City Council, Red Hen Project and The Raspberry Pi Foundation, offering local children a chance to learn computer programming. With the help of brilliant volunteers, children can now attend the CoderDojo every Tuesday 4 - 5:30pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion.
    Anyone aged from 7 to 17 can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or game and explore technology in an informal, creative and social environment. This is a wonderful chance for all children, especially those without internet or computer access to have fun whilst learning new skills, thus encouraging children to have aspirations and a sense of the possible in respect of future growth and life prospects.

  • Thu
    27
    Feb
    2020
    10:00- 12:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Come and join this lovely friendly local group.

    Crochet, knit and natter!

    All welcome! 50p per session

  • Thu
    27
    Feb
    2020
    4pm - 5pmNuns Way Pavilion

    It's time to show off your Lego skills and create experiments with the Community Lego Lab!
    We have a theme each week and there is no end to our innovations!
    The club takes place every Thursday from 4pm to 5pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion and all children from 5 to 11 are welcome! All we ask is for a 50p donation to help us subsidise costs.
    Also if you have any spare lego to donate, or have some extra time to help us run more sessions please do get in touch. Additionally if you have any toys for 3 to 5 year olds to donate to our toddlers club, we would be very thankful.
    Please bring donations to 37 Lawrence Way, the NCCP community house next to Tesco or when you come to either group. If you would rather we pick up, email Talk@NCCP.org.uk or call 01223 508197

  • Tue
    03
    Mar
    2020
    10am - 12pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP is delighted to have partnered up with a Toy's Life and Beyond CIC to deliver this new and exciting project called 'Little Rainbows Toy Library'
    Little Rainbows Toy Library is different as although it runs like a typical toy library, children are encouraged to develop their language skills. This is what we call a 'toy library with a twist'.
    The format of Little Rainbows Toy Library is that parents/carers and children come every week and they get to talk, do different activities and play. They will also have a book to read to them every week and parents/carers get to borrow toys related to the book, together with a question sheet and tips. All these are designed to encourage their childrens communication and language skills at home. And this is what makes this toy library very different from the others.
    We are delighted that Talking Together in Cambridgeshire had funded this project and hopefully it will be one of many more to come.
    Little Rainbows meets every Tuesday at Nun's Way Pavilion, Nun's Way, CB4 2RN from 10am to 123pm and is free to join, just drop in, free lunch provided!

  • Tue
    03
    Mar
    2020
    4pm - 5:30pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP are working in partnership with Cambridge City Council, Red Hen Project and The Raspberry Pi Foundation, offering local children a chance to learn computer programming. With the help of brilliant volunteers, children can now attend the CoderDojo every Tuesday 4 - 5:30pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion.
    Anyone aged from 7 to 17 can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or game and explore technology in an informal, creative and social environment. This is a wonderful chance for all children, especially those without internet or computer access to have fun whilst learning new skills, thus encouraging children to have aspirations and a sense of the possible in respect of future growth and life prospects.

  • Thu
    05
    Mar
    2020
    10:00- 12:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Come and join this lovely friendly local group.

    Crochet, knit and natter!

    All welcome! 50p per session.

  • Thu
    05
    Mar
    2020
    4pm - 5pmNuns Way Pavilion

    It's time to show off your Lego skills and create experiments with the Community Lego Lab!
    We have a theme each week and there is no end to our innovations!
    The club takes place every Thursday from 4pm to 5pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion and all children from 5 to 11 are welcome! All we ask is for a 50p donation to help us subsidise costs.
    Also if you have any spare lego to donate, or have some extra time to help us run more sessions please do get in touch. Additionally if you have any toys for 3 to 5 year olds to donate to our toddlers club, we would be very thankful.
    Please bring donations to 37 Lawrence Way, the NCCP community house next to Tesco or when you come to either group. If you would rather we pick up, email Talk@NCCP.org.uk or call 01223 508197

  • Sat
    07
    Mar
    2020
    11:30 - 13:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Join us on the second Saturday of every month for gardening fun!

    Plant and grow your own veg!

    This family gardening event will give you the opportunity to meet new people, learn and share skills. no experience is necessary, just a willingness to get involved. Food, nibbles and refreshments will be provided. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.

    Enquiries: Email us at RicardoA@nccp.org.uk to find out more, or just turn up on the day at 37 Lawrence Way, Cambridge!

  • Tue
    10
    Mar
    2020
    10AM - 12PMNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP is delighted to have partnered up with a Toy's Life and Beyond CIC to deliver this new and exciting project called 'Little Rainbows Toy Library'
    Little Rainbows Toy Library is different as although it runs like a typical toy library, children are encouraged to develop their language skills. This is what we call a 'toy library with a twist'.
    The format of Little Rainbows Toy Library is that parents/carers and children come every week and they get to talk, do different activities and play. They will also have a book to read to them every week and parents/carers get to borrow toys related to the book, together with a question sheet and tips. All these are designed to encourage their childrens communication and language skills at home. And this is what makes this toy library very different from the others.
    We are delighted that Talking Together in Cambridgeshire had funded this project and hopefully it will be one of many more to come.
    Little Rainbows meets every Tuesday at Nun's Way Pavilion, Nun's Way, CB4 2RN from 10am to 123pm and is free to join, just drop in, free lunch provided!

  • Tue
    10
    Mar
    2020
    4pm - 5:30pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP are working in partnership with Cambridge City Council, Red Hen Project and The Raspberry Pi Foundation, offering local children a chance to learn computer programming. With the help of brilliant volunteers, children can now attend the CoderDojo every Tuesday 4 - 5:30pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion.
    Anyone aged from 7 to 17 can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or game and explore technology in an informal, creative and social environment. This is a wonderful chance for all children, especially those without internet or computer access to have fun whilst learning new skills, thus encouraging children to have aspirations and a sense of the possible in respect of future growth and life prospects.

  • Thu
    12
    Mar
    2020
    10:00- 12:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Come and join this lovely friendly local group.

    Crochet, knit and natter!

    All welcome! 50p per session.

  • Thu
    12
    Mar
    2020
    4pm - 5pmNuns Way Pavilion

    It's time to show off your Lego skills and create experiments with the Community Lego Lab!
    We have a theme each week and there is no end to our innovations!
    The club takes place every Thursday from 4pm to 5pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion and all children from 5 to 11 are welcome! All we ask is for a 50p donation to help us subsidise costs.
    Also if you have any spare lego to donate, or have some extra time to help us run more sessions please do get in touch. Additionally if you have any toys for 3 to 5 year olds to donate to our toddlers club, we would be very thankful.
    Please bring donations to 37 Lawrence Way, the NCCP community house next to Tesco or when you come to either group. If you would rather we pick up, email Talk@NCCP.org.uk or call 01223 508197

  • Tue
    17
    Mar
    2020
    10AM - 12PMNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP is delighted to have partnered up with a Toy's Life and Beyond CIC to deliver this new and exciting project called 'Little Rainbows Toy Library'
    Little Rainbows Toy Library is different as although it runs like a typical toy library, children are encouraged to develop their language skills. This is what we call a 'toy library with a twist'.
    The format of Little Rainbows Toy Library is that parents/carers and children come every week and they get to talk, do different activities and play. They will also have a book to read to them every week and parents/carers get to borrow toys related to the book, together with a question sheet and tips. All these are designed to encourage their childrens communication and language skills at home. And this is what makes this toy library very different from the others.
    We are delighted that Talking Together in Cambridgeshire had funded this project and hopefully it will be one of many more to come.
    Little Rainbows meets every Tuesday at Nun's Way Pavilion, Nun's Way, CB4 2RN from 10am to 123pm and is free to join, just drop in, free lunch provided!

  • Tue
    17
    Mar
    2020
    4pm - 5:30pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP are working in partnership with Cambridge City Council, Red Hen Project and The Raspberry Pi Foundation, offering local children a chance to learn computer programming. With the help of brilliant volunteers, children can now attend the CoderDojo every Tuesday 4 - 5:30pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion.
    Anyone aged from 7 to 17 can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or game and explore technology in an informal, creative and social environment. This is a wonderful chance for all children, especially those without internet or computer access to have fun whilst learning new skills, thus encouraging children to have aspirations and a sense of the possible in respect of future growth and life prospects.

  • Thu
    19
    Mar
    2020
    10:00- 12:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Come and join this lovely friendly local group.

    Crochet, knit and natter!

    All welcome! 50p per person.

  • Thu
    19
    Mar
    2020
    4pm - 5pmNuns Way Pavilion

    It's time to show off your Lego skills and create experiments with the Community Lego Lab!
    We have a theme each week and there is no end to our innovations!
    The club takes place every Thursday from 4pm to 5pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion and all children from 5 to 11 are welcome! All we ask is for a 50p donation to help us subsidise costs.
    Also if you have any spare lego to donate, or have some extra time to help us run more sessions please do get in touch. Additionally if you have any toys for 3 to 5 year olds to donate to our toddlers club, we would be very thankful.
    Please bring donations to 37 Lawrence Way, the NCCP community house next to Tesco or when you come to either group. If you would rather we pick up, email Talk@NCCP.org.uk or call 01223 508197

  • Tue
    24
    Mar
    2020
    10am - 12pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP is delighted to have partnered up with a Toy's Life and Beyond CIC to deliver this new and exciting project called 'Little Rainbows Toy Library'
    Little Rainbows Toy Library is different as although it runs like a typical toy library, children are encouraged to develop their language skills. This is what we call a 'toy library with a twist'.
    The format of Little Rainbows Toy Library is that parents/carers and children come every week and they get to talk, do different activities and play. They will also have a book to read to them every week and parents/carers get to borrow toys related to the book, together with a question sheet and tips. All these are designed to encourage their childrens communication and language skills at home. And this is what makes this toy library very different from the others.
    We are delighted that Talking Together in Cambridgeshire had funded this project and hopefully it will be one of many more to come.
    Little Rainbows meets every Tuesday at Nun's Way Pavilion, Nun's Way, CB4 2RN from 10am to 123pm and is free to join, just drop in, free lunch provided!

  • Tue
    24
    Mar
    2020
    4pm - 5:30pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP are working in partnership with Cambridge City Council, Red Hen Project and The Raspberry Pi Foundation, offering local children a chance to learn computer programming. With the help of brilliant volunteers, children can now attend the CoderDojo every Tuesday 4 - 5:30pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion.
    Anyone aged from 7 to 17 can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or game and explore technology in an informal, creative and social environment. This is a wonderful chance for all children, especially those without internet or computer access to have fun whilst learning new skills, thus encouraging children to have aspirations and a sense of the possible in respect of future growth and life prospects.

  • Thu
    26
    Mar
    2020
    10:00- 12:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Come and join this lovely friendly local group.

    Crochet, knit and natter!

    All welcome! 50p per session.

  • Thu
    26
    Mar
    2020
    4pm - 5pmNuns Way Pavilion

    It's time to show off your Lego skills and create experiments with the Community Lego Lab!
    We have a theme each week and there is no end to our innovations!
    The club takes place every Thursday from 4pm to 5pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion and all children from 5 to 11 are welcome! All we ask is for a 50p donation to help us subsidise costs.
    Also if you have any spare lego to donate, or have some extra time to help us run more sessions please do get in touch. Additionally if you have any toys for 3 to 5 year olds to donate to our toddlers club, we would be very thankful.
    Please bring donations to 37 Lawrence Way, the NCCP community house next to Tesco or when you come to either group. If you would rather we pick up, email Talk@NCCP.org.uk or call 01223 508197

  • Tue
    31
    Mar
    2020
    10am - 12pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP is delighted to have partnered up with a Toy's Life and Beyond CIC to deliver this new and exciting project called 'Little Rainbows Toy Library'
    Little Rainbows Toy Library is different as although it runs like a typical toy library, children are encouraged to develop their language skills. This is what we call a 'toy library with a twist'.
    The format of Little Rainbows Toy Library is that parents/carers and children come every week and they get to talk, do different activities and play. They will also have a book to read to them every week and parents/carers get to borrow toys related to the book, together with a question sheet and tips. All these are designed to encourage their childrens communication and language skills at home. And this is what makes this toy library very different from the others.
    We are delighted that Talking Together in Cambridgeshire had funded this project and hopefully it will be one of many more to come.
    Little Rainbows meets every Tuesday at Nun's Way Pavilion, Nun's Way, CB4 2RN from 10am to 123pm and is free to join, just drop in, free lunch provided!

  • Tue
    31
    Mar
    2020
    4pm - 5:30pmNun's Way Pavilion

    NCCP are working in partnership with Cambridge City Council, Red Hen Project and The Raspberry Pi Foundation, offering local children a chance to learn computer programming. With the help of brilliant volunteers, children can now attend the CoderDojo every Tuesday 4 - 5:30pm at the Nun's Way Pavilion.
    Anyone aged from 7 to 17 can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or game and explore technology in an informal, creative and social environment. This is a wonderful chance for all children, especially those without internet or computer access to have fun whilst learning new skills, thus encouraging children to have aspirations and a sense of the possible in respect of future growth and life prospects.

  • Wed
    08
    Apr
    2020

    Your own Home

    Let’s cheer up everyone! It’s Easter soon! email talk@nccp.org.uk or WhatsApp 07596163870 . Send us number of your children and your address and receive your free Easter Egg Hunt parcel at your doorstep!

     

  • Sat
    11
    Apr
    2020
    11:30 - 13:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Join us on the second Saturday of every month for gardening fun!
    Plant and grow your own veg!
    This family gardening event will give you the opportunity to meet new people, learn and share skills. no experience is necessary, just a willingness to get involved. Food, nibbles and refreshments will be provided. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.
    Enquiries: Email us at RicardoA@nccp.org.uk to find out more, or just turn up on the day at 37 Lawrence Way, Cambridge!

  • Sat
    09
    May
    2020
    11:30 - 13:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Join us on the second Saturday of every month for gardening fun!
    Plant and grow your own veg!
    This family gardening event will give you the opportunity to meet new people, learn and share skills. no experience is necessary, just a willingness to get involved. Food, nibbles and refreshments will be provided. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.
    Enquiries: Email us at RicardoA@nccp.org.uk to find out more, or just turn up on the day at 37 Lawrence Way, Cambridge!

  • Sat
    13
    Jun
    2020
    11:30 - 13:00Lawrence Way Community House

    Join us on the second Saturday of every month for gardening fun!
    Plant and grow your own veg!
    This family gardening event will give you the opportunity to meet new people, learn and share skills. no experience is necessary, just a willingness to get involved. Food, nibbles and refreshments will be provided. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.
    Enquiries: Email us at RicardoA@nccp.org.uk to find out more, or just turn up on the day at 37 Lawrence Way, Cambridge!

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