Ecology Tour 7 June

Discover some of the habitats and features created at Eddington in this walking tour led by Mike Dean, the project’s ecologist.

New Life Church - Day Trip to the Seaside

Come and join New Life Church for a typical British family day out - to the seaside!
The New Life Church is hiring a coach to take us to Hunstanton - a typical British seaside town on the north Norfolk coast.

ERA May activities

We have several activities lined up for you in May:

Eddington Open Door on Wednesday 4 May (7 pm), Board Games Night on Tuesday 10 May (7 pm), and Eddington Film Club on Thursday 19 May (7 pm).

Eddington Residents’ Forum

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.

Eddington Film Club screening of Belfast

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.

St. Augustine’s Singers and Brass

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.

Eddington topic of A Level & Master study

Eddington has raised interest around the country as a potential example for sustainable neighbourhood development.
Several studies are currently conducted.

Eddington's Window Advent Calendar

the residents and establishments have helped to build a life-size window advent calendar!

See how many you can find! All the lights are up.


The Association was founded in September 2019 by a group of residents supported by Cambridge City Council. The first Annual General Meeting was held on 26 November 2020.

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Eddington is named after the English astronomer, physicist, and mathematician Sir Arthur Eddington (1882–1944).

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