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  1. 52 Stories - Cherry Hinton Library

    Cherry Hinton Library, High Street, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge,

    Sat; 29 February 202010:30am to 11:15am

    52 Stories is a year-round programme of reading and story telling embedded across a cluster of schools in and around Cherry Hinton Village Library which takes place every Saturday morning in Cherry Hinton Library from 10:30 tp11:15am. Everyone

  2. 52 Stories @ Cherry Hinton Library

    Cherry Hinton Library, High Street, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge,

    Sat; 29 February 202010:30am to 11:15am

    52 Stories is a year round celebration of reading, books and stories. Join us at Cherry Hinton Library every Saturday between 10:30-11:15am and listen to our favourite stories read by volunteers from all walks of life. The books will be commissioned

  3. 5asideCHESS - Cambridge Central Library

    Cambridge Central Library, 7 Lion Yard, Cambridge,

    Tue; 25 February 202010:00am to 6:00pm

    Come and play a game of chess in the library. We have a chess set out on the table in the teenage library for you to play. Bring a friend. Free. For more information, please speak to a member of staff at the Central Library, call 0345 045 5225, or

  4. A Christmas Carol

    Bar Hill Library, Gladeside, Bar Hill, Cambridge,

    Tue; 10 December 20195:30pm to 7:30pm

    Bar Hill Library welcomes Robert Beard with his powerful one-man performance of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.  Get into the festive spirit with this dramatic reading performed by candlelight. Best suited for older teens and

  5. A History of Crime and Punishment in Peterborough: EngAGE in the Afternoon

    Yaxley Library, Landsdowne Road, Yaxley

    Wed; 18 March 20202:00pm to 3:30pm

    An entertaining and occasionally gruesome look at the history of crime and punishment in the city – from the history of the city gaols to the development of the police force. Want to know where people used to be hanged? How bodysnatching

  6. ABLEize Disability Resource

    ABLEize is a UK wide disability information site run by disabled people to offer information about disability and health products and services through a comprehensive directory of websites aimed solely at the disabled and special needs person, their

  7. Additional Needs- Busy Bees- Cambourne

    Old Blue School, Eastgate

    Fri; 28 February 202010:30am to 12:00pm

    For children with additional needs. Referral only

  8. Adult Education - Comberton, Cambourne and Melbourn

    We provide classes and courses for adults at Comberton, Cambourne and Melbourn Village Colleges. We strive to provide a high-quality and varied programme of courses taught by well-qualified and enthusiastic tutors. Activities take place in the

  9. Adult Games Club - St Neots Library

    St Neots Library, Priory Lane, St Neots,

    Wed; 26 February 20202:00pm to 4:00pm

    Friendly games afternoon for adults. Make new friends over a board game and a cup of tea!

  10. Adult Learn and Train, Cambridge Academic Partnership

    Coleridge Community College, Radegund Rd, Cambridge

    Adult Learn and Train offer leisure and vocational courses in Cambridge throughout the year. Courses run in the evening,  daytime and occasional weekends. Course length varies on the provision. Some vocational courses run through-out the year for