Our local Joint Roads Committee hosts this evening where all are welcome to come and taste a selection of fine wines selected by Cambridge Wine Merchants. Further details will be circulated later in September but contact either Kate Pottle (email@example.com) or Jenny Bates (01223 528114) if you have any questions.
Hosted by Richmond Road Residents’ Association, this popular annual quiz is open to teams from the local area who compete across a range of subjects for the magnificent Challenge Cup awarded to the winner on the night. Teams of 6 pay £12 pp to take part and the price includes a buffet meal and drinks. Book a place now (01223 364929).
“Nature does not need us, but we need nature”. This film, presented by Rhea Quien, draws the viewer into an unusual world where moving light images blend with evocative sounds from the natural world – an interactive journey of imagination with the artist. A retiring collection taken for the local Wildlife Trust.
The Empty Common Community Garden is a green oasis in Cambridge growing vegetables, fruit and flowers for people of all ages and abilities. Simone Castello, who runs the blog and mailing list, will share the life of the garden in the four seasons. For garden and allotment lovers everywhere!
Cambridgeshire Older People's Enterprise and St. Luke's Church are hosting a Silver Sunday Afternoon Tea - an FREE Afternoon Tea of tasty sandwiches and cake and a fun sociable time with entertainment, a quiz and a raffle. If you know any older people who would enjoy such an event and should be invited, please give their names to Heather Taplin, 01223 311136 or 01223 364303. There is a small charge of £2 for other tickets, available at the door.
The congregations of all the churches at Castle will unite in a single service of morning worship.
Mrs. Priscilla Barlow, Cambridgeshire County Ecumenical Officer, will preach at this service which marks the thirteenth anniversary of the Local Ecumenical Partnership between the United Reformed Church and the Church of England at St. Luke's.
We will be selling delicious home-baked cakes, biscuits, tray bakes, jams and chutneys at St Giles Gate ( inside if wet ) on the first Saturday of the month, from March to October.
We raise money for four charities. All money taken goes to:
All are welcome to share a delicious, freshly cooked Sunday lunch and friendly company. Normally this takes place on the first Sunday of each month. Please telephone Richard on 01223 364929 or the Parish Office on 01223 315000 if you wish to book a place. Cost of the lunch is £4.50 per head.
Immediately after the Saturday evening Vigil Eucharist for Lammastide at 6 pm there will be a bring and share harvest supper. If you would like to attend you are very welcome, but it would be helpful if you could let Ank Rigelsford know so that we don’t have slim pickings at a harvest feast! Drinks and some basic food will be provided. A donation of £5 is suggested.