Volunteers from the local community were at Logans meadows today to help plant reeds and plants in a newly developed conservation area along the riverside at the back of Logans Fields. It was great to see so many volunteers helping out considering the weather, the reeds will take a few months to develop but with this and the swift tower this will be a place to come and visit in the summer next years. It is hoped that this project will also help with some of the flooding issues at the meadows.
The Community workshop was being held in the main lounge area with local artist Susie Olczar. The residents of Ditchburn in Mill Road were holding this event to help raise some money so they could fund more Christmas lights for the Mill Road winter fair. The fair will be held on Saturday 6th December. There was also a knitting workshop where they are planning to knit enough to cover the bridge on Mill Road at Christmas, also Ukelele workshop and live music from local bands.
Family learning festival. An event for all the family chance to meet fire brigade, free food, various competitions skipping, three-legged race, disco, nail bar and therapeutic head massage.
It was off to Girton Community Centre for the Britains Big Breakfast event and the Carers Trust Cambridgeshire’s AGM
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We formed up at the Guildhall and processed with the academics to the Corn Exchange where to students from Anglia Ruskin University we awarded with their graduation award.
The Fitzwilliam museum is hosting a event called Silent Partners, which is Artist and Mannequin from Function to Fetish
Today was a visit to the Cambridge City Hotel to award the winner of the two-day event with a cheque for £10,000 to help them move to the next step in business. After all hard-fought two days of trading the winner was Zymurgorium and a special prize of £1000 went to Tigerprint Tees