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HCR’s first Charity of the Month is Hunts Shopmobility
Hunts Shopmobility is a scheme where mobility scooters and wheelchairs can be hired to make it easier for people with mobility difficulties to get around the town. You don’t have to be registered disabled to use this scheme. Anyone with mobility difficulties, where a mobility scooter or a wheelchair who help ...
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St neots Gardening Club invites everyone interested in nature to their meeting at which this month they have a speaker talking on the subject of Cacti and Succulents given by Barry Clayton.
Visitors are very welcome. Cost: Members £2 non members £2.50
The Hinchingbrooke Bösendorfer series continues into its fifteenth year with five concerts
featuring artists of international renown.
Bought with donations from past students of Huntingdon Grammar School and Hinchingbrooke
School living all over the world as well as the UK, the Bösendorfer concert grand piano used in
each event represents their gratitude to a much‐loved and respected former Music Director,
Friday January 28th 2022: Menuhin School, ensembles.
This concert will be given by current students at the world famous Menuhin School in Surrey.
The specialist Music School, founded in 1963 by violinist and conductor Yehudi Menuhin,
educates extremely talented young musicians from all countries between the ages of eight and
nineteen. We are tonight privileged to be able to hear some of their most outstanding pupils in
Friday February 25th 2022: Florian Mitrea, piano.
Florian, born in Romania, is a multi prize winner, including in his successes competitions in New
York, Vienna, Verona, Munich and Glasgow. Since studying at leading institutions in Bucharest
and London he has made his home in the UK and forged an impressive international career with
performances in Britain, Portugal, Japan, Germany, Austria and South Korea.
His programme will include music by Beethoven, Liszt and Debussy.
Friday March 25th 2022: Marina Nadiradze and Grace Mo, piano duo.
Marina, one of our most popular artists, has recently teamed up with Taiwanese pianist Grace
Mo to form this stunning, highly polished duo.
Marina has already proved her worth here through the powerful, uncompromising conviction in
her playing, her exceptional artistic finesse and musicianly eloquence.
Grace has travelled extensively around the world, performing at major venues in London, Vilnius,
Amsterdam, St Petersburg, Prague, Andorra and Barcelona amongst others.
She is passionate about collaborating with other musicians of which this duo is a prime example!
Tonight’s programme includes music by Mozart, Schubert and Debussy.
THE 39 STEPS
While visiting the theatre in his hometown of London, Richard Hannay becomes embroiled in an international spy ring related to the mysterious “39 steps.” He meets agent Annabella Smith, who is soon killed in his apartment. He must elude the police, who are hunting him for murder in a comedic and thrilling chase, all while he tries to stop this secretive organisation from sending secrets out of the country.
PLANET ABBA TRIBUTE NIGHT
Planet ABBA continues to be the UK’s leading ABBA Tribute Band.
They are going to start 2022 off with a bang on 29th January! This promises to be an amazing night.
Grab your dancing shoes and unleash your inner dancing queen.
Tickets on sale now – £15.
Available from The Corn Exchange Riverport Cafe (upstairs – open 9:00 am until 14:00 pm), or from
Tuesday 1st February – 7pm (GMT)
Speaker: Libby Russell
The talk with Q&A will last approximately 60-90 minutes.
Details of how to access the talk will be sent in the purchase confirmation email.
The border, whether traditional herbaceous, mixed or planned for seasonal succession, is perhaps the most cherished feature of English gardens. Understanding how to plan and put together a border – whether large or small – from its overall size and structure to shape, colour and plant associations, is a major achievement for any gardener.
Garden designer and plantswoman Libby Russell, who opens her garden at Batcombe House in Somerset, has been designing and planning borders for nearly thirty years. In her talk she will demystify creating borders, explaining how the best results are achieved by having a plan and sticking to it. Libby’s love – and encyclopaedic knowledge of – perennials will be evident as she demonstrates the best use of different plants and plant associations.
This is a talk that will empower any gardener to make the best of their own garden, demonstrating the simple principles that assist the creation of a border and presenting a feast of planting ideas.