Saturday 5 November 2022
9.30am to 1pm
Queen Edith Chapel, Wulfstan Way
Sam Davies, Queen Edith’s Community Forum Chair, writes: “We’re happy to announce that the Greener Queen Edith’s Day, postponed after the death of The Queen, is being rearranged for this Saturday, 5 November 2022.
“As with the original event, Cambridge City Council will be providing skips and facilities for small amounts of household waste, and there’ll be the very popular ‘Take It Or Leave It’ stall, where you can donate unwanted items in good condition, or pick up anything that takes your fancy, for free.
“Here’s a list of organisations who are planning to attend for you to stop by and talk to. We’re very excited that the Greater Cambridge Partnership has now been added to the list, giving us all a chance to talk to them about their ‘Making Connections’ consultation and the plans for an improved bus service and potential road charging. Don’t miss it!”
- Cambridge Canopy Project – promoting planting and care of trees in the city
- Cambridge Eco Homes – book now for tours of local energy-efficient homes
- Cambridge Living Streets Group – the campaigning platform for pedestrians in the city
- Cambs County Council ‘Community Connectors’ – part of the Think Communities team
- CamCycle – campaigning for more, better and safer cycling in and around Cambridge
- Friends of Rock Road Library – the volunteer organisation nurturing the library as a vibrant resource at the heart of our community
- Greater Cambridge Partnership – Making Connections consultation
- Queen Edith Medical Practice – Patient Participation Group
- U3AC – over 300 courses for those no longer in full-time employment, in topics from art to yoga, via current affairs, fitness, leisure, science, and much more
And finally, our thanks as ever go to Cambridge City Council and Queen Edith’s Chapel.