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Cambridge Open Art Exhibition 17-19th November 2017

The Cambridge Open Art Exhibition at Swavesey Village College is on Friday to Sunday 17,18,19th November 2017.  With something for everyone – traditional and contemporary paintings, prints, sculptures and cards to buy, creative activities for children and a “win-a-picture”. Th...

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over 1 year ago

Art Sale Private View

Please join us for a glass of wine and some nibbles whilst viewing some art.  Contemporary art collective, MMContemporArt, is hosting a pop-up sale of original artwork at Grantchester Village Hall during the first weekend of November. After meeting at local art groups and co...

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over 1 year ago

Cambridgeshire Music among top five in region for delivering Arts Award

Children across Cambridgeshire are top of the class when it comes to artistic achievements, thanks to the ‘trailblazing’ work of Cambridgeshire Music – the organisation that brings music education to thousands of young people and 200 schools in the county, supported using publ...

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over 1 year ago

Cambridge Literary Festival - Winter 2017 Festival Line-Up Announced

This year’s winter festival is bigger than ever before with events taking place over 3 days and 5 venues. Crammed with marvels it includes 2 Man Booker Prize-winners, Ben Okri and Roddy Doyle, and two of this year’s shortlisted authors – festival patron Ali Smith and debut nov...

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almost 2 years ago

Brand new website to help you find funding

Support Cambridgeshire 4 Communities is a self-service funding portal which any community group or Town or Parish Council can access free of charge. Organisations can browse or search for funding based on a number of differing criteria, including subject matter or amount. Whe...

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almost 2 years ago

PM wants UK to remain in European cultural programmes

Prime Minister Theresa May has signalled her intent that the UK remain part of European cultural programmes once the country splits from the European Union. Speaking about her Brexit plan in Florence, May made a commitment to continue working in ways “that promote the long-ter...

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almost 2 years ago

Voluntary Arts: Big Conversation 2017

The 'voluntary arts sector' - those millions of people who regularly participate in creative activities across the UK - is made up of people from all walks of life and all parts of the country. They have different needs, concerns and ambitions. Their local infrastructure, poli...

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almost 2 years ago

New music resource for care homes & musicians

Live Music Now has relaunched its A Choir in Every Care Home project – encouraging music and singing in care homes across the UK. The new resources include videos and toolkits to help both care homes and musicians perform more, higher quality singing. They are available togeth...

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almost 2 years ago
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