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Organises contacts between March and St Jean de Braye, near Orleans about 100Kms South of Paris on River Loire.
Hosts visitors from France one year and the next people from March and Fenland can visit St Jean de Braye. Keen to put clubs and societies in March area in contact with those in France.
Links between All Saints' Academy, March and a French primary school. Regular social fund-raising/social events. Celebrating 20 years of official twinning May 2014.
Location: PE29 2JE
Lawn bowls club for competitors of all age groups. Season starts beginning of May and ends first week in September. Opening Day is the last Saturday in April.
Location: PE3 6LW
Sue Ryder - Thorpe Hall Hospice have been providing compassionate, timely and expert palliative care for over 20 years. We care and support people over the age of 18 with active, progressive and advanced illnesses. Our focus is on the quality of life. We also offer support to families and carers.
Our multi-professional team cares for physical as well as psychological, social and spiritual needs, aiming to help you achieve the best possible quality of life.
We offer specialist palliative care services to people from Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Fenland, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire and Rutland. There is no charge for receiving care from the hospice.
At Thorpe Hall Hospice we provide:
specialist palliative care and symptom management
end of life care
bereavement support (for children and young people in Peterborough working with Cruse Bereavement Care)
as well as day opportunities for people living
with neurological conditions and dementia.
We do not have set visiting times. However patients may express preferences over when they welcome visitors. There may also be times when it is only appropriate for close family members and loved ones to visit so please check with a family or staff member before making the journey to Thorpe Hall.
We only accept referrals from health and social
care professionals – please speak to your
healthcare professional if you are in hospital,
or your general practitioner, Macmillan nurse,
community services, or other clinical nurse
Location: S64 8AU
Steam and vintage vehicles, arena events, funfair craft tent a great family fun day.
The Wildbunch Western re-enactors.
A local social enterprise which aims to improve the quality and range of learning provision in rural Cambridgeshire. We run courses and bespoke training to enhance employability, productivity and social cohesion.
My Burwell Community fitness Class time table is below -
Mondays – 8-9pm Fitness Pilates at Mandeville Hall
Tuesdays – 6.30-7.30pm Fitness Pilates at Burwell Village College
Tuesdays – 7.30-8.30pm Zumba Fitness at Burwell Village College
Wednesday 6.25-7.25pm KSFL -Total Body Workout at Burwell Village College
Thursday 6.15-7.15pm Fitness Pilates with Jay at Mandeville Hall
Fridays – 7-7.45pm KSFL – Circuits at Burwell Sports Centre (this class is only £4). With Stuart
All Classes are £5 each or
Any 6 sessions for £25
Any 10 sessions for £40
for more info please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
In the case of bad weather, please always check the website. I reserve the right to cancel any classes due to bad weather. During the holidays Burwell School is closed so all classes will be held at Mandeville Hall on Reach Road instead.
We also have our Kick Start Fat Loss club which runs on Mondays 6.45-7.45pm with Kelly & Thursdays 7.15-8.15pm with Jay, both at Mandeville Hall – This is an on going fat loss club open to everyone! For information on the packages we offer & prices please go to www.kickstartfatlosscambridge.com
Location: CB4 3JP
A rapidly growing dance school in Cambridge, offering classes for all ages and abilities, in Ballet, Tap, Street Dance, Ballroom, Disco, Modern and other dance disciplines. Colours of Dance also offers Music & Movement and Creative Storytelling classes for Parent & Toddler.
At Colours of Dance, we love teaching dance around Cambridge to all ages, from 2 through to adult. We believe that all dance classes should be taught safely and professionally, and that they should be challenging, fun and creative. We love students who come once a week equally as much as those who would like to come more often and perhaps work towards exams.
Our studios are also available for private hire. Details of which can be acquired by contacting us directly.
Team v Cambridge is a social action group based in Cambridge for young people. We get together and make a difference for specific campaigns whilst having bucket loads of fun!
What's in it for me?
- Graduate from Team v Cambridge at an awards ceremony
- Enjoy a party in your honor at the end of the campaign three!
- Work towards a vInspired award!
- Receive a SMASHING reference from team v Cambridge!
- Get nominated for a team v award!
- Meet people your age and make new friends!
- Get involved with the community!
- Improve life quality in Cambridge!
- Make a difference and see the difference you have made!
- Develop and learn new skills!
- Become an elite resident in Cambridge!
- Travel costs will be paid!!
What do I need to do?
We need everyone and any skills you can offer!
We would love any photographers, drama (actors), artists, marketers, media gurus, social kings and queens, dancers, musicians, DJs, writers, journalists, event managers, leaders, athletes, university societies, sports teams, schools and colleges!!!
If you're not on the list don't worry!! WE DO NEED YOU!!!
How do I get involved?
If you're between 16- 25, all you have to do is email: email@example.com
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Team v Cambridge!
Tags: Music, Theatre, dance, Film, arts, learning, campaigning, crafts, volunteering, leisure, charities, hobbies, speakers, political
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Location: PE28 2SZ
We have speakers from around the area on general local history and visits to local places of historical interest 2 or 3 times a year. Meetings at the Methodist Church, High Street Warboys on1st Monday in the month at 7.30pm For programme see website and follow links to Associations, clubs and leisure, then to History Society.
Additional contacts: Val 01487 822867 & Joan 01487 822395
We have also started an archaeology sub group affiliated to JIGSAW. The contact for this is Roger Mould 07721907863
Historically we have tried to support artists and art provision in Fenland - using the word art in its broadest sense.
Currently, with the ending of FDC funding in the current climate, we are limited in what we can do.
We run, in conjunction with 20Twenty Productions and Care Network, the Film and Lunch Club at March Town Hall on the first Thursday of the month.
We are also focusing on producing a local information website and, if you have any events or information you would like us to display please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org