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Queen Edith’s Christmas Lights Event, 11th December

by Amanda Taylor on 22 November, 2012

This year’s Christmas Lights event in Wulfstan Way promises to be extra-special. As in the past two years, the Mayor of Cambridge will visit to turn on the Christmas Tree lights. Then there will be carols sung by the local church and school choirs. This year, there’s an extra attraction. Netherhall students have been working […]

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Community Day, Saturday 6th October

by Amanda Taylor on 30 September, 2012

Cambridge City Council is organizing a Community Day outside the Wulfstan Way shops next Saturday. The event will include: a Take it or Leave it Stall (to recycle good quality, small items – such as books and clothes) a talk on Grown your own Food Children’s cookery Crafts for children Plants & Cakes stall Bread […]

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Diamond Jubilee/ Olympics Street Parties

by Amanda Taylor on 24 January, 2012

Are you considering a street party to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee or the Olympics this summer? Cambridge City Council is waiving its usual road closure fees for parties in Cambridgeshire marking the Diamond Jubilee or the Olympic Games. The application process has been simplified too, to make it easier for people to mark the […]

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