Sunday 7th April 'Fens of Fury' Festival Site, Lode Fen, Lode, Cambridgeshire, CB25 9HE 9am - 6pm.It is a 7K adventure run raising money for Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT) and the dementia and delirium ward. We are hoping to have around 500 people there on the day, both running and spectating.
Sunday 7th April "The Rotary Club of Bourne "Run In The Woods" in Bourne Woods a 10k senior and 3k junior in Beautiful Woodland. The money raised will be donated to local and Rotary charities. it is an accurate 10k and should be weather proof. Professional time-keeping. http://www.bournefunrun.co.uk/ or email; firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 12th April Quiz night held at The Elm Tree‹Dogsthorpe, Peterborough 7pm for 7.30pm start. Entrance : £3 a person aged 10 years and over. In teams of NO more than 6 people. We started raising funds for CF in 2001 and since then we have raised £18540.67
Saturday 13th April Spinning indoor cycling simulating terrain at Newmarket Leisure Centre 12 Hours, 50 Bikes & Cyclists, 180+ miles (equivalent of cycling from Royal Windsor to Newmarket via four other racecourses). Raising funds for St Nicholas Hospice. This Charity provides assistance to people with terminal and life shortening illnesses.
Friday 19th April White House Arts is launching 'Magic of The Ordinary' - a Charity Art Exhibition to be held in aid of SOS Children and Rowan. We are calling for all artists, and aspiring artists, to purchase a canvas for £10 and get creating. All completed canvases will be sold anonymously for £45 at the exhibition in November.
Saturday 20th April Newmarket Town Council St Georges Day Celebration at The Memorial Hall, Newmarket. Fish & Chip Supper served at 6.00pm with entertainment afterwards from the Rockin' Gold Stars playing their “danceable but edgy” brand of rock. Tickets cost £10.00, available from the Memorial Hall, Newmarket, 01638 667227. Or contact Kay Dawson email@example.com
Saturday 20th April Jumble & Bric-a-brac sale 1pm - 3pm at Belsize community center (off Celta Rd, Woodston) - Come & grab a bargain Proceeds to Peterborough Cats Protection (reg charity 203644
Saturday 20th April We dreamed a dream! Ely Cinema and Ely Cathedral have joined forces for a one-off fundraising screening of Les Miserables (12A) under the stunning setting of the Cathedral’s Octagon. The event planned for Saturday 20 April will feature pre-event entertainment from Witchford Voices followed by the award-winning film. Tickets cost £12 / £11 (cinema members). To book tickets Tel: 01353 616991 and online www.adec.org.uk you can also buy tickets from Ely Cathedral Tel: 01353 660349 and in person from Burrows Bookshop and the Babylon Gallery.
Thursday 27th April Be on Cloud Nine events are pleased to bring you The St. Neots Bump, Baby and Children Show 2013 to be held at the Priory Centre, St. Neots from 11 am to 3 pm. Aimed to provide advice and items for pregnant ladies, babies, toddlers and young children.
Thursday 27th April Guitar Community Classes for Beginners and Improvers , 7.15pm, St James Centre, Wulfstan Way, Cambridge. Come and learn to play your guitar with a friendly group! Weekly sessions for complete beginners and improvers start today! Info. tel. Cambridge (01223) 565552 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 27th April Ask The Archaeologist at Ely Museum 10.30am - 1.00pm. Have you found something in your garden or whilst out for a walk? Then bring along your archaeological find for our experts to identify. Free entry event.
Sunday 28th April The Joe Mansfield Cup Final St Neots and District Sunday football league Alconbury Vs Lord Protector United at St Neots Town FC. KO 1pm. Admission by programme £3 Adults and senior citizens / U15s £1
Sunday 28th April The Cambridge Wedding Fair Comberton Leisure, West Street Comberton, CB23 7DU 11 am - 3 pm. Free entrance, free parking, fabulous raffle and special offers. Charity event supporting CHICKS (Country Holidays for Inner City Kids) Organised by Invision Photography Ltd. Full details at www.cambridgeweddingfairs.co.uk
Sunday 28th April Spring Birdwatch 11am-3pm. Barnsdale Gardens, Exton, Rutland LE15 8AH.Grab your binoculars and join bird expert Phil Rudkin for one of our easy nature rambles, to spot woodland and garden birds, early butterflies and more. PLUS, make a recycled feeder for your garden or a twirly bird toy to fly round ours. Adult £6.50, child £2.50.
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