We have just published our new brochure containing events for the rest of 2018. You can pick up a printed copy in assorted locations on Mill Road or you can download a PDF copy here.
All the events will make their way onto this website and Facebook in due course.
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Annual General Meeting Tuesday May 8th 7.30pm
Ross St Centre, Ross St CB1 3UZ
Doors open at 7.0pm. The AGM will be followed by a talk
from Gareth Rees of Oxford Archaeology East:
‘The lost Baptist Cemetery on East Road and the development of 19th century East Cambridge’
2. Minutes of 2017 general meeting
3. Chair’s Report
4. Report from Treasurer.
5. Data Protection Issues
6. Election of Officers. Chair, Treasurer, Secretary, and other members of the Committee
And to the East Anglian Film Archive (http://www.eafa.org.uk) for permission to show some of their films.
Here are a few photos from the event taken by Emma Bonsall, Simon Middleton and Jane Phillimore.
And here is the film that Headway Cambridge showed on Saturday that talks about the research they did into the history of their new home at Fulbourn.
Here some photos from our Mill Road Celebrates India event at the Cambridgeshire Deaf Association last Saturday. The photos were taken by Ed Jenkins, Simon Middleton, Lucy Walker & Richard Wood.
Many thanks to all those who took part in and helped organise the event and everyone who came and enjoyed themselves.
In case you hadn’t seen it in our events list then here is a reminder of our upcoming event, Mill Road Celebrates India, part of Open Cambridge 2017.
It is a full day programme of events themed around the 70th anniversary of Indian Independence being held at the Deaf Centre on Romsey Terrace. The whole day is free, please drop in and out as you wish.