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CHRA Weekly E-Newsletter
Our weekly email aims to provide you with up to date information on what is happening in and around Cherry Hinton.  If you or your group have something you would like to share please email chragroup@outlook.com. 
A NEW weekly social badminton session at David Lloyd from next month and you can join for FREE for the first four weeks thanks to funding from Healthy You.  The sessions will be facilitated and are ideal if you are looking for a friendly and supportive activity to try. You don't need any previous experience of playing badminton or any other sports and you don't need to have a partner.  Badminton can be adapted if you want a more lively workout or if you would prefer a slower pace. If you have your own equipment you are welcome to use it, otherwise equipment will be provided.
📅 Wednesdays 12.15 - 1.15pm (starts 2nd November)
📍 David Lloyd Centre, Coldham's Lane, CB1 3LH
👍 First 4 weeks free for new participants, then £3 per session
Find out more and book your place here 👉 https://bit.ly/3En05sC
**CALL OUT FOR EXTRAS FOR HIP HOP MUSIC VIDEO**
Internationally famous rapper who originates from cambridge 'Dirty Dike' is calling out for extras to throw stuff at him in the stocks. He requires people from all walks off life and age groups to get involved. His videos get millions of views. Here is the brief.
" video call  - Would you like to come and throw old sandwiches and cartons of ribena at me in the stocks on gog Magog hills on the 29th Oct?  We are shooting a music video 11:00 till sundown on this day, and need a varied bunch of angry locals to come and join in the long lost punishment. God knows I deserve it.
I need a full community of people from all walks of everyday life, so if you have a gran or aunt or any one with an asda uniform who would like to come launch old food at my face for the day, get em in.
Its gonna be fun. And we may make Something hilarious."  
The History of Queen Edith's – with Jeremy Lander
A talk given by local historian Jeremy Lander on Thursday 4 February 2021, outlining the history of the Queen Edith's area of Cambridge, how it got its name, and answering the question: "Who was Queen Edith?  
Here 
(Thank you to Lost Cambridge for the reminder)
Trumpington Local History Group - First indoor meeting since the pandemic will be on Thursday 13 October. Talk & presentation on the theme of ”200 years of Trumpington: 1801 to 2001”. Those two centuries started with the village of 60 houses with 494 inhabitants, surrounded by medieval open fields, meadows and common land.

Cambridge Junction is delivering a very exciting project this November and needs you to be a part of it.

The Junction are  working with award-winning Australian company Back to Back Theatre to make a new film called The Democratic Set, and would love you to have your moving portrait taken for this alongside people from across Cambridge. The film explores social, political, and economic equity, rights, and opportunities, and they are working to ensure the film properly reflects the diversity of this city and our communities.

You are invited to spend time with the company at the Guildhall, between 1-3 November, to have your personal response filmed. This could be you on your own, in couples/duets or groups, using movement, sound, costumes or props. You can prepare your response in advance or make it the spur of the moment and on the day with the help of Back to Back Theatre’s Creative Team. On the day you’ll have 20 mins with the company to capture your 15 secs of fame (longer for big groups).

You will all be invited to the premiere of the resulting 20 minute film that will be at the end of January 2023 at a location TBC.  Please get in touch at hires@junction.co.uk to reserve your slot or if you have any questions.

Food for the Planet Festival launches
Cambridge Sustainable Food partnership (CSF) is launching the Food for the Planet Festival, a week-long celebration of food that is good for us, good for the planet and good for our future.  Focused on climate action on a plate, over 30 events will take place across the city from 15th to 22nd October showcasing sustainable, local, seasonal and climate-friendly food. The Festival asks everyone to consider what goes on their plates and to explore what they can do to make a difference.  Individuals can make a pledge through the Climate Charter developed by Cambridge Carbon Footprint and Cambridge City Council.  More information here

Join Cambridge Sustainable Food for a full and fun packed family and climate friendly day of stalls and activities at the Cambridge Museum of Technology on October 26th. There'll be lots going on throughout the day exploring the festivals theme - Climate Action on a plate!

Please note that the Food Festival is a free event and will take over most of the upper site of the Museum. The Historic Pumping Station will also be open to visitors, and we ask you to ‘Pay what you can’.  More information here  

If you missed the interview with Chief Inspector Paul Rogerson talking about e-scooters on Cambridge 105 Radio you can hear it here  
Who is being targeting and why
E-scooters and the law
How to report misuse through VOI
How people are using e-scooters to commit crime   
It's been a while! "We are delighted to announce that we are re-starting our public open evenings, in-person and face-to-face at the Institute of Astronomy. Our first evening will be next Wednesday 12th October. Doors open at 6:30pm!."
Cambridge Street Aid Week starts today!
Are you planning a trip into Cambridge this upcoming week? Stop by the Cambridge Street Aid stall to find out more about the local work that helps individuals move away from a street-based lifestyle.
On Friday, you can also join Keryn in the Grand Arcade as she braves the shave to raise money for Street Aid. You can find out more and support her at: http://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/keryn-street-aid...
More details on what is happening for Cambridge Street Aid Week are available at: http://www.cambridge.gov.uk/cambridge-street-aid-week...
Grief after bereavement or loss 
Most people experience grief when they lose something or someone important to them. If these feelings are affecting your life, there are things you can try that may help.   Support is also available if you're finding it hard to cope with stress, anxiety or depression.  More information here
In honour of Queen Elizabeth II and her unprecedented 70 years of service to the nation, we are inviting people to Dedicate a Day of Volunteering in her memory.  
Whether you are an existing volunteer and would like to dedicate one of your existing volunteering days or would like to start your volunteering journey with us.  
This could be driving someone to a medical appointment, dropping in to check a neighbour or picking up a shift at your local vaccination site... More information and ideas here  
This #WorldMentalHealthDay, let's take on mental health stigma.
Mental health and wellbeing are as important as our physical health, and it's something we should all look after.  We all deserve support regardless of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation or class.  We're here for all of our local communities. See how we can help you: http://ow.ly/bL6W50L0I6h
Celebrating the history of Olaudah Equiano.  The bridge renaming ceremony is at 10.30am on Monday 31st October  More information here: equianobridge.org.uk

 There is a light that never goes out

A fun and refreshing dusky lantern walk in nature on Halloween

Join David Lynch, Mindfulness Coach, and CPFT NHS FT Heart and Soul Chaplain John Nicholson on a 45-minute early evening Halloween walk in nature to reflect on your life and to cherish with gratitude the world about you.

You will be walking 500 metres from the heart of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, meeting outside the front entrance to the Rosie Hospital, and walking with other mindful souls underneath the trees towards the light at the end, which is Nine Wells.

You don't have to register for this - you can just turn up! But if you register you will get reminders (and will also be informed if we have to reschedule for some reason).

This event is part of the ‘CBC Wellness Campaign’ – a series of webinars and events supporting the 21,000+ people who work on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, many of whom are at the forefront of the changing face of healthcare. However, these events are also for anyone looking for additional support: you don't have to work here and there is no charge to attend.  Register here

Want to keep up to date with plans for Cherry Hinton Hub?  Read the latest blog posts here

Want to know what plans are in place for roadworks and closures in Cambridgeshire?  
Roadwork and traffic information - Roadworks and faults - Cambridgeshire County Council

 

 

 +  The Light Cinema - This week

 +  The Junction - What's Coming Up
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