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The Mayor of Huntingdon - Councillor Sarah Gifford

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Town Clerk: Philip Peacock
Town Hall, Market Hill
Huntingdon PE29 3PJ

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Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Tue, 26 Jun 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
http://satg.org.uk/
Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Wed, 27 Jun 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
http://satg.org.uk/
Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Thu, 28 Jun 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
www.satg.org.uk
Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Fri, 29 Jun 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
www.satg.org.uk
Huntingdonshire History Fesival

Huntingdonshire History Fesival

Sat, 30 Jun 2018

This year will be the first of what we are hoping to be an annual event in Huntingdonshire, exploring the fascinating local history of the county.

The first festival will take place from 30th June - 28th July, with free public events throughout the month and throughout the town!

Venue:
Huntingdonshire
Contact:
Town Clerk
Documents:
Huntingdonshire History Festival, 2018 06 30 (PDF, 667 Kb)

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Sat, 30 Jun 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
www.satg.org.uk

Huntingdonshire Philharmonic Choral & Orchestral Concert

Sat, 30 Jun 2018 19:30

Saturday 30th June 2018 7.30pm

Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre

Beethoven – Symphony No. 7 in A major Op. 92

Haydn – Mass No. 11 in D minor 'Nelson'

Bjorn Bantock, conductor

Venue:
Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre
Contact:
choir@huntsphil.org.uk
Hinchingbrooke House Guided Tour | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Hinchingbrooke House Guided Tour | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Sun, 01 Jul 2018 13:00

Hosted by Huntingdonshire History Festival. Free guided tours of Hinchingbrooke house every Sunday in July as part of the Huntingdonshire History Festival, starting at 1pm the tours will be led through the stately home, by current pupils.

Two tour groups of 12 will be taken around.

Tours last approximately 1 hour.

Cambs Lock Antiques and Collectables on St Mary's Street will be hosting vintage tea and buns at their premises. All ticketed events will have tickets available via EventBrite.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/huntingdonshire-history-festival-17191699358

Venue:
Hinchingbrooke House
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/
Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Mon, 02 Jul 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
www.satg.org.uk
Up Close with the Cromwell Collections | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Up Close with the Cromwell Collections | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Tue, 03 Jul 2018 07:00

Hosted by Huntingdonshire History Festival, join a tour of the Cromwell Collections with the museum's curator Stuart Orme. For more information visit: http://www.cromwellmuseum.org or call 01480 375830

All ticketed events are available on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/huntingdonshire-history-festival-17191699358

Venue:
Cromwell Museum
Contact:
Stuart Orme (Curator of Cromwell Museum)
Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Tue, 03 Jul 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
www.satg.org.uk
Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Wed, 04 Jul 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
www.satg.org.uk

Falls Prevention: EngAGE in the Afternoon

Thu, 05 Jul 2018 13:30

Thursday 5th July
Huntingdon Library
1.30pm – 3pm

Falls Prevention: EngAGE in the Afternoon

Joe Matthews, Huntingdonshire Falls Prevention Trainer, will be talking about the offer of a personalised strength and balance exercise programme to help prevent falls and promote independence in later life.

Free (donations welcomed) booking required. Please speak to library staff or call 0345 045 5225 for a ticket.

Venue:
Huntingdon Library
Contact:
0345 045 5225

Media Sub Committee

Thu, 05 Jul 2018 18:00

A meeting of the Media Sub Committee.

Venue:
Town Hall
Contact:
Town Clerk
Agenda:
Agenda, Media Sub Committee, 2018 07 05 (PDF, 3 Mb)
Minutes:
Minutes, Media Sub Committee, 2018 07 05 (PDF, 124 Kb)

Planning Applications Panel

Thu, 05 Jul 2018 18:30

A meeting of the Planning Applications Panel.

Venue:
Town Hall
Contact:
Town Clerk
Agenda:
Agenda, Planning Applications Panel, 2018 07 05 (PDF, 18.8 Mb)
Minutes:
Minutes, Planning Applications Panel, 2018 07 05 (PDF, 72 Kb)

Huntingdon and the Civil War | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Thu, 05 Jul 2018 19:00

Find out about what happened in Huntingdon during the Civil War, including the battle of Huntingdon in 1645 with local historian and Cromwell Museum volunteer John Davies. The talk will compare Huntingdon against events across the country to examine whether it was typical of most communities, or how different given Cromwell's associations with the area. The talk will also set some records "straight", challenging some oft repeated assertions about this fascinating period in our history. More details and bookings at: https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/
Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Thu, 05 Jul 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
www.satg.org.uk

Meet a Civil War Soldier | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Fri, 06 Jul 2018 13:00

Pop in to the Museum and meet a Civil War Soldier; ask questions about 17th century life and the English Civil War and see the weapons, clothes and food that a soldier in the English Civil War had.

Venue:
Cromwell Museum
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/
Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Fri, 06 Jul 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
http://satg.org.uk/

Meet the Author: Miranda Doyle

Sat, 07 Jul 2018 10:30

Saturday 7th July

Huntingdon Library
10.30am – 12pm

Meet the author: MIRANDA DOYLE

Author Miranda Doyle discusses her latest work A Book of Untruths

In conversation with writer Jane Menczer.

£3 a ticket, booking required. Please speak to library staff or call 0345 045 5225 for a ticket.

Venue:
Huntingdon Library
Contact:
0345 045 5225
Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Shakespeare at The George - Richard III

Sat, 07 Jul 2018 19:30

Tickets for this year's summer outdoor production of "Richard III", directed by Lynne Livingstone, will go on sale from Thursday 1st March.

TUESDAY 26 JUNE – SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018
7.30PM
(No performance Sunday 1 July)

Tuesday 3 July is a captioned performance by Stagetext

£13.00 and £11.00
Under 16's, only £7.50

Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Assistant Director – Paula Incledon-Webber

Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979, and this year's cast will reap the benefit of two training workshops with key personnel from The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Professional Fight Choreographer and director, Tom Jordan, and Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice & Text Associate, will spend a day each with cast members, honing their sword fighting and speaking skills.

Written during Elizabeth I's reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is even more timely today. Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country aga.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
www.satg.org.uk
Hinchingbrooke House Guided Tour | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Hinchingbrooke House Guided Tour | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Sun, 08 Jul 2018 13:00

Hosted by Huntingdonshire History Festival. Free guided tours of Hinchingbrooke house every Sunday in July as part of the Huntingdonshire History Festival, starting at 1pm the tours will be led through the stately home, by current pupils.

Two tour groups of 12 will be taken around.

Tours last approximately 1 hour.

Cambs Lock Antiques and Collectables on St Mary's Street will be hosting vintage tea and buns at their premises. All ticketed events will have tickets available via EventBrite.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/huntingdonshire-history-festival-17191699358

Venue:
Hinchingbrooke House
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/

Meet a Civil War Soldier | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Fri, 13 Jul 2018 13:00

Pop in to the Museum and meet a Civil War Soldier; ask questions about 17th century life and the English Civil War and see the weapons, clothes and food that a soldier in the English Civil War had.

Venue:
Cromwell Museum
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/
Haunted Huntingdonshire Talk | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Haunted Huntingdonshire Talk | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Fri, 13 Jul 2018 19:30

Hosted by Huntingdonshire History Festival. Join local author Mark Egerton to hear about the ghosts who haunt Huntingdonshire. Drawing from his own research Mark will details some of the many ghosts, spirits and spectres which dwell in the surrounding area.

Talk lasts approximately 75 minutes.

It is anticipated that this will be a very popular event and so early booking is recommended!

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/haunted-huntingdonshire-talk-tickets-45691110341

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/
Huntingdon Beach Party 2018

Huntingdon Beach Party 2018

Sun, 15 Jul 2018 12:00

Thinking of taking a day trip to the beach this summer? Then come to Huntingdon! Join in the fun of a FREE Beach Party on the Market Square for an afternoon of seaside fun.

Organiser Tim Anderson says, "We're creating a live beach experience for an afternoon of relaxation, food and games. Be sure to bring a bucket and spade, deck chair and if you would like, bring a home-made cake to share on the free community cake stand – everyone welcome."

Features include beach play area, sandcastle building competitions, community art attack with local artist, non-alcoholic cocktail bar, beach volley-ball, BBQ with hot dogs (at very reasonable prices), cake stand (for sampling local free cakes baked by us, the people of Huntingdon), giant games, sand sculpturing, craft activities and a beach deck with café area.

Organised by Huntingdonshire Community Church & Godmanchester Baptist Church.
www.hccuk.org

Venue:
Market Square
Contact:
www.hccuk.org
Hinchingbrooke House Guided Tour | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Hinchingbrooke House Guided Tour | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Sun, 15 Jul 2018 13:00

Hosted by Huntingdonshire History Festival. Free guided tours of Hinchingbrooke house every Sunday in July as part of the Huntingdonshire History Festival, starting at 1pm the tours will be led through the stately home, by current pupils.

Two tour groups of 12 will be taken around.

Tours last approximately 1 hour.

Cambs Lock Antiques and Collectables on St Mary's Street will be hosting vintage tea and buns at their premises. All ticketed events will have tickets available via EventBrite.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/huntingdonshire-history-festival-17191699358

Venue:
Hinchingbrooke House
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/
Up Close with the Cromwell Collections | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Up Close with the Cromwell Collections | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Tue, 17 Jul 2018 19:00

Hosted by Huntingdonshire History Festival, join a tour of the Cromwell Collections with the museum's curator Stuart Orme. For more information visit: http://www.cromwellmuseum.org or call 01480 375830

All ticketed events are available on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/huntingdonshire-history-festival-17191699358

Venue:
Cromwell Museum
Contact:
http://www.cromwellmuseum.org

Grants Sub Committee

Thu, 19 Jul 2018 18:00

A meeting of the Grants Sub Committee.

Venue:
Town Hall
Contact:
Town Clerk
Agenda:
Agenda, Grants Sub Committee, 2018 07 19 (PDF, 3.2 Mb)

Finance Committee

Thu, 19 Jul 2018 19:00

A meeting of the Finance Committee.

Venue:
Town Hall
Contact:
Town Clerk
Agenda:
Agenda, Finance Committee, 2018 07 19 (PDF, 13.7 Mb)
Minutes:
Minutes, Finance Committee, 2018 07 19 (PDF, 83 Kb)

Planning Applications Panel

Thu, 19 Jul 2018 20:00

A meeting of the Planning Applications Panel.

Venue:
Town Hall
Contact:
Town Clerk
Agenda:
Agenda, Planning Applications Panel, 2018 07 19 (PDF, 13.8 Mb)
Minutes:
Minutes, Planning Applications Panel, 2018 07 19 (PDF, 79 Kb)

Meet a Civil War Soldier | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Fri, 20 Jul 2018 13:00

Pop in to the Museum and meet a Civil War Soldier; ask questions about 17th century life and the English Civil War and see the weapons, clothes and food that a soldier in the English Civil War had.

Venue:
Cromwell Museum
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/
Bubble Rush 2018 for Arthur Rank Hospice

Bubble Rush 2018 for Arthur Rank Hospice

Sat, 21 Jul 2018 10:30

Bubble Rush 5k - A family run that's bursting with fun

The foamiest fun-filled run is coming back to the Riverside Park, in Huntingdon on Saturday 21 July. Run, jog, or walk around an approx 5km (2.5KM lapped) course - you can go fast or you can go slow, but most of all enjoy the foam!
This unique and exciting family event is returning to the region for the 3rd time! One of only a few across the country.
Five foam stations will amaze your senses along this colourful approx 5k riverside route which is guaranteed to be a memorable highlight of your summer! Come along with your family, friends and colleagues, have fun and help raise funds for the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity, to make a difference across Cambridgeshire.

EARLY BIRD PRICES ARE LIMITED TO THE FIRST 500 REGISTRATIONS

Adults Early Bird Price £17.50, increases to £20.00
Children (under 16 yrs) Early Bird Price £7.50, increases to £10 (Registration fee includes a t-shirt and medal)

FIRST WAVE 10:30AM
SECOND WAVE 12 NOON
THIRD WAVE 1:30PM
FOURTH WAVE 3PM

To register: http://www.arhc.org.uk/bubble-rush-registration.asp

Venue:
Huntingdon Riverside Park
Contact:
Tasha Hills
Hinchingbrooke House Guided Tour | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Hinchingbrooke House Guided Tour | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Sun, 22 Jul 2018 13:00

Hosted by Huntingdonshire History Festival. Free guided tours of Hinchingbrooke house every Sunday in July as part of the Huntingdonshire History Festival, starting at 1pm the tours will be led through the stately home, by current pupils.

Two tour groups of 12 will be taken around.

Tours last approximately 1 hour.

Cambs Lock Antiques and Collectables on St Mary's Street will be hosting vintage tea and buns at their premises. All ticketed events will have tickets available via EventBrite.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/huntingdonshire-history-festival-17191699358

Venue:
Hinchingbrooke House
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/
Haunted Huntingdonshire Ghost Walk | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Haunted Huntingdonshire Ghost Walk | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Tue, 24 Jul 2018 20:00

Join local author Mark Egerton to hear about the ghosts who haunt Huntingdonshire. Drawing from his own research Mark will details some of the many ghosts, spirits and spectres which dwell in the surrounding area in an informal guided walk through the streets of Huntingdon.

The walk will start at the Bridge Hotel car park and finish in the Market Square, lasting approximately 90 minutes.

It is anticipated that this will be a very popular event and so early booking is recommended.

Tickets are available on EventBrite:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/haunted-huntingdonshire-ghost-walk-tickets-45951471087

Venue:
Bridge Hotel
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/

Norris Museum On The Move | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Wed, 25 Jul 2018 10:00

Hosted by Huntingdonshire History Festival. The Norris Museum will be bringing their popular "Museum on the Move" children's activities session to the Manchester Room at the George Hotel from 10-4. Grab a cup of tea and slice of cake while the kids get hands on with history.

Free drop in event, no need to book.

Venue:
The George Hotel
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/

Meet a Civil War Soldier | Huntingdonshire History Festival

Fri, 27 Jul 2018 13:00

Pop in to the Museum and meet a Civil War Soldier; ask questions about 17th century life and the English Civil War and see the weapons, clothes and food that a soldier in the English Civil War had.

Venue:
Cromwell Museum
Contact:
https://huntshistoryfest.wordpress.com/

Workshop Wednesdays | Cromwell Museum

Wed, 01 Aug 2018 11:30

WORKSHOP WEDNESDAYS

EVERY Wednesday in August, 11.30am – 1pm, £2 per child

A great summer holiday activity for families! Drop into the Museum and take part in a different craft activity each week to take away with a 17th century theme to it. Make your own replica of Cromwell's hat, design your own Civil War flag or make a sweet smelling pomander! No need to book, just come on the day.

DATETHEMEACTIVITY TO TAKE AWAY
Weds 1 AugSoldiersTop and Tails, make a flag
Weds 8 AugClothingMake Cromwell's hat
Weds 15 AugWritingMake a 17thc document
Weds 22 AugMedicineMake a 17thcentury nosegay
Weds 29 AugFoodMake a playdoh 'Subtlety'

Venue:
Cromwell Museum
Contact:
http://www.cromwellmuseum.org

Arming the Knight: EngAGE in the Afternoon

Thu, 02 Aug 2018 13:30

Thursday 2nd August
Huntingdon Library
1.30pm – 3pm

Arming the Knight: EngAGE in the Afternoon

Chris Doyle from CONQUEST Anglo-Norman Living History Society, for an illustrated talk on the clothing and armour of the Norman Knight.

Free (donations welcomed) booking required. Please speak to library staff or call 0345 045 5225 for a ticket.

Venue:
Huntingdon Library
Contact:
0345 045 5225

Media Sub Committee

Thu, 02 Aug 2018 18:00

A meeting of the Media Sub Committee.

Venue:
Town Hall
Contact:
Town Clerk
Agenda:
Agenda, Media Sub Committee, 2018 08 02 (PDF, 4.8 Mb)

Leisure & Community Services Committee

Thu, 02 Aug 2018 19:00

A meeting of the Leisure & Community Services Committee.

Venue:
Town Hall
Contact:
Town Clerk
Agenda:
Agenda, Leisure and Community Services Committee, 2018 08 02 (PDF, 7.3 Mb)
Minutes:
Minutes, Leisure & Community Services Committee, 2018 08 02 (Word Document, 35 Kb)

Planning Applications Panel

Thu, 02 Aug 2018 19:45

A meeting of the Planning Applications Panel.

Venue:
Town Hall
Contact:
Town Clerk
Agenda:
Agenda, Planning Application Panel, 2018 08 02 (PDF, 11.4 Mb)
Minutes:
Minutes, Planning Applications Panel, 2018 08 02 (PDF, 72 Kb)