June 17, 2017 at Ely Cathedral in Cambridge.
With interval drinks available in the Bishops Garden.
Tickets £25, £20, £15 available ONLINE at tickets.elycathedral.org or from ELY CATHEDRAL BOX OFFICE 01353 660349 (Mon-Sat 9.30am-4pm)
Please come via public transport. Local parking charges apply
Now in its 11th year this much loved and popular family event takes place in the heart of Cambridge. All day entertainment will include brand new Savage Bike Skills Display Team, the ‘FANYS’ Historical Re-enactment Horse Display Team, birds of prey flying displays, terrier racing, children’s entertainer Devistick Peat plus Circus Skills Workshop, the goat show including bottle feeding lambs and kids, children’s petting pens, historical re-enactment and much much more. Plus demonstrations of rural skills for you to enjoy.
Arts, crafts food drink and gifts marquees as well as outside trade stands.
Fully catered & with a licensed bar
And on Sunday at this event we are proud to host The Companion Dog Show (Companion Dog Show Schedule) so bring along a canine friend and have a go (all proceeds from entries go to Marie Curie care)
THIS EVENT IS FREE TO ENTER
Well behaved dogs on a lead welcome at this show, but not in marquees with food please
Over the course of our two-day flagship event, entitled ‘Africa and a World in Transition’. In an increasingly interconnected world, we will explore ways in which the continent’s challenges can be turned into new opportunities.
Through speeches, panel discussions and informal conversations, participants will be able to set the tone of the debate regarding many of the pressing questions of our age. With speakers drawn from across the continent and from all walks of life and backgrounds, the discourse is intended to reflect the rich diversity which characterises Africa.
With the conference hosted at the world’s oldest debating society, the proceedings will not only reflect the University’s global reputation for academic excellence and push intellectual boundaries, but also the institution’s commitment to greater engagement with Africa.
We hope that you will join us for what promises to be an engaging and enriching few days. It will be an opportunity to share ideas and form long-lasting connections and networks.
You must already hold Level 2 Principles of Safe Handling and Application of Pesticides (PA1) to enrol on this training.
This is a practical unit for Self Propelled, Mounted and Trailed Horizontal Boom Sprayers.
Training is from 09:00 – 16:00 and your assessement will be taken shortly afterwards at a mutually agreeable time (usually within one week of training). Please wear outdoor clothing, if you have your own rubber wellingtons and/or clean spray suit please bring them with you, although we can provide these.
Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult
All you need to know: One of the best live bands on the planet. That’s it.
“Once they started back in 1993, Melt-Banana have remained like an eye of a hurricane that’s 10 times crazier than the hurricane itself. One of the core bands to emerge from the same roiling soup that birthed art-damaged titans such as the Flying Luttenbachers and the Locust, the female-fronted Japanese group added a few twists to the genetic makeup of 90s noise rock. Japan’s own rich noise tradition was little more than a touchstone for Melt-Banana, and the group’s cryptic otherness elevated it above its peers.” Pitchfork
Then join one of our 5 day “Go Gliding” courses at the Cambridge Gliding Centre, Gransden Lodge Airfield, suited to both beginners and improvers.
You will quickly find that these courses are an enjoyable way to develop your hands-on flying skills and gain theoretical knowledge through inclusive ground school.
This could be you!
Training is carried out in the Cambridge Gliding Centre’s modern, rugged, 2-seater, dual-control, high-performance gliders under the supervision of experienced British Gliding Association (BGA) qualified instructors. Training follows the BGA’s syllabus.
Level 2 Principles of Safe Handling and Application of Pesticides is a mandatory unit and is a prerequisite for further pesticide modules (e.g. PA2, PA6 etc). It is a theory based qualification covering legislation, product information, safety and emergency procedures, storage and transport, disposal, record keeping and environmental considerations. Assessment is in the form of a computer based multiple-choice test.
PA1 training is from 09:00 – 13:00, and assessment is 13:30 – 14:30 on the same day. Please wear casual, comfortable clothing.
The Conference is organised by the Cambridge University and Oxford University Brazilian Societies (CUBS and OUBS) and invites all students and researchers with projects related to Brazil to present their work. Participants from any university or country are welcome to present or attend as general public.
The panels will have 15-minutes presentations and will be divided among five areas – Economics & Politics, Health, Arts & Culture, Sustentability & Ecology and Sociology & Anthropology. If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, college and university affiliation, programme of study, title of paper and a short (300-word) abstract.
If your abstract is accepted, we will request you to send us your presentation slides one week before the conference. As the main aim of the conference is to discuss the researches and get feedback, submissions are often related to a work in progress or ideas for future research. Note that you are not required to circulate a paper.
If you are interested in attending the conference as general public, please send an email to email@example.com with your name, college and university affiliation, programme of study.