Great Ouse Valley Trust AGM, Saturday 20th April, 10am, Offord Village Hall, High St, Hail Weston, St Neots, PE19 5RR

Coffee will be available from 10.00am and the meeting will start at 10.30am.  The speaker will be Martin Lines, Chief Executive for the Nature Friendly Farming Network, who will talk about Farming for Nature. 

Please contact membership@greatousevalleytrust.org.uk for more information.


Good Food Neighbourhood Event and Community Lunch @ Akeman Street, Friday 23rd February, 11am – 3pm, Akeman Community Centre, 82 Akeman Street, Arbury, Cambridge, CB4 3HG

A free, family friendly day of foodie activities at the second Good Food Neighbourhood event at Akeman Street. Programme and further information can be found at https://cambridgesustainablefood.org/events/2024/2/20/holiday-lunch-storeys-field-centre-j6b47-yzn82


Talk by Dr Robert Larter, British Antarctic Survey for St Ives Civic Society, Friday 16th February, 7.30m, St Ives Free Church PE27 5AL

Dr Larter will talk about “The Future of The West Antarctic Ice Sheet And Implications For Sea Level Rise in East Anglia”.  Visitors welcome: suggested donation £3.  Further information at http://www.stivescivic.org.uk/


Screening of “Pure, Clean Water”, Monday 12th February, 7.30pm, Memorial Hall, Great Wilbraham CB21 5JG

Wilbrahams' Environment Group and The Wilbraham River Protection Society invite you to a screening of Pure Clean Water, a new, thought-provoking, hour-long documentary that explores the history of a clean water supply for Cambridge. The film examines the existing threats for Cambridge, its drinking water and its rivers and chalk streams, and their uncertain future which affects us all. For further…


Countryside Regeneration Trust, online talk, “the wonderful world of hazel dormice”, Wednesday 7th February, 7pm – 8pm

Delve into the fascinating world of hazel dormice at this online talk with conservationist Ruth Moss.  For more information and to book a free place go to https://www.thecrt.co.uk/Event/the-wonderful-world-of-hazel-dormice