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Location: PE1 3PG
Drolma Buddhist centre in Dogsthorpe Road, Peterborough runs meditation classes at the Centre itself as well as various venues around the county. Also held at the centre are day courses and retreats on buddhist practice.
We are available for school/organisation visits, meditation/info sessions at your venue and general Kadampa buddhist community chaplaincy services.
There are occassionally rooms for rent at the Centre - please call to discuss and/or express your interest.
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Location: CB23 6BT
The Peacehaven International Playgroup (PIP) invite you to join us for weekly afterschool art club and children’s playgroup. PIP is intended for children ages (0-12 years) and parents/carers. All nationalities are welcome.
We meet on Wednesdays from 3:30 to 5:00 pm, except for school holidays. Entry fee is one pound per family session. The Afterschool art club caters to children ages 6 to 12 and the entry fee for art students is one pound per session.
Sponsored by Peacehaven Baptist Church. Meeting at Cambourne Community Centre, High St.,Great Cambourne, Cambridgeshire CB23 6GW.
For enquiries please contact Laura Bangs at 01954 710510 or email us at [email protected] The achievements and differences that PIP will make are to provide a common ground of understanding between individuals of various ethnic origins in Cambourne, England, and throughout England through social, cultural, and educational activities.
The outcome will give mutual help and support when settling down in their new life in the Cambourne Community without exclusion of race, creed or political orientation.
To harness the cultural roots of the members, in the belief, that in that way it will be a positive effort towards the mutual understanding of the many different nationalities.
• Strengthen local community activity
• Encourage children to use their own ideas and to have the freedom to explore their own creativity.
• Show children many different ways of working, introduce them to different artists, art forms and new mediums.
Location: PE28 2TA
F.O.W.L is a group of volunteers who support our local library with a view to playing an important role in Warboys library's development.
Although we function independently of the Library Service, we work closely with library staff to achieve this goal. Aims of the Friends of Warboys Library.
• To promote and encourage the use of the Library and it’s development.
• To assist and support the Library staff in making the facilities relevant.
• To raise funds to ensure the survival of the Library.
The group run events in the library when the Library is closed. The group also holds a regular Saturday morning coffee session at Library from 10.30am to 12 noon, everyone welcome to drop in.
Why not have a cup of tea/coffee while you browse on Saturday morning!
The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading Service charity. We provide practical care, advice and support to serving members of the Armed Forces, veterans of all ages and their families.
Location: CB5 8RE
Fredericks Foundation is a charity that helps disadvantaged people to set up or expand their own business as a means to achieve financial independence while rebuilding their confidence and self esteem.
Providing loans for businesses in Cambridgeshire for the good of the whole community. Key criteria are refusals from other lenders, a viable business plan and determination to succeed.
Location: CB4 2LD
We are volunteers and organise monthly events including clairvoyance evenings, mediumship workshops and occasional fayres.
We are a member of Cambridge Council for Voluntary Service.
Location: CB2 9HT
Cambridge City Foodbank is a local charity that provides food parcels to those in need in the city via organisations such as the Citizens Advice Bureau and health visitors who can sign out vouchers to those in need. A voucher can be used to gain access to a food parcel with 3 days worth of food.
Location: PE13 1JR
Supports local and international issues, Friendship and Fellowship.
NCT Isle of Ely is a small branch of the National Childbirth Trust , supporting parents and parents-to-be in and around the Ely area. We offer a wide range of services and activities, including: Bumps, Babies and Beyond, Open Houses, Nearly New Sales and other events throughout the year. We have a an online newsletter which is full of useful information, up to the minute parenting news and info about what's on in the area.
Location: PE26 2XN
A village association with village hall to provide recreational and educational provisions for the welfare of the inhabitants of the village of Ramsey Forty Foot in the parish of Ramsey and the neighbourhood and in the county of Cambridgeshire with the object of improving the conditions of life in the interests of social welfare.