This monthly working party meets at the Burial Ground (off Huntingdon Road) to clear graves, working under the guidance of Rod Ailes. Please bring gloves (if you have them) and stout shoes are essential, secateurs, loppers and any garden waste sacks very desirable if you have them. It can also be thirsty work, so do bring a drink as well.
Tony Kirby looks at the role of the railway in shaping Cambridge from its arrival in 1845 to the present day. He explores the past and present railway landscape, from the days of steam through dieselisation to electrification.
A FREE event for the local community, organised by churchatcastle. There will be activities for all the family and every child will receive an Easter activities book. Refreshments will be available, for which there will be a modest charge. Everyone is welcome.
The programme of events is;
2 - 3 pm: decorating cupcakes and making Easter bonnets
3 - 3.30 pm: Easter egg hunt in the garden
3.40 - 4 pm: Parade of Easter bonnets, with prizes