The Estates Division Leadership team is organising another Eddington Residents’ Forum on Monday 9 May (6pm-7pm) for University key worker tenants. At this online meeting, residents will have the opportunity to meet the Estates Division and Eddington management company leaders. The University will share the action plan created in response to the feedback raised at the session in November 2021. They are keen to hear any feedback on existing or new matters.
Join us on Thursday 28 April at 7 pm at the Storey's Field Centre for a screening of Belfast. 'Belfast' is the humorous, tender and intensely personal story of one boy's childhood during the tumult of the late 1960s. No sign-up is needed and entry is free! The bar will be open during the intermission so that you can buy some drinks or snacks, or you can bring your own.
A concert of works spanning four centuries, performed by the St Augustine’s Singers and St Augustine’s Brass, conducted by Paul Jackson.
Come and hear Gabrieli’s wonderful piece for choir and brass Jubilate Deo of 1550, to Stars (2011) by Latvian composer Erics Esenwalds (Fellow Commoner in Creative Arts at Trinity College) for choir, wine glasses, and Tibetan singing bowls. It also features music by Monteverdi, Victoria, Arvo Part and Vaughan Williams.
Pre-christmas drinks at Eddington – Wednesday 1 December 7pm-9pm
Meet fellow residents for a drink over a friendly and informal chat at the newly opened Cocktail bar “Dutch” in the Turing Locke in Eddington. This is a great way to meet a few of your neighbours and make new friends. Entry is free and no sign-up is required!
Don’t forget to comment on the first proposals for the Greater Cambridge Local Plan – consultation runs from 1 November to 13 December. This is a really important moment for our area, as the new plan will shape what is built, where and how, across Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire over the next 20 years.