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2019

Your regular daytime favourite shows Monday to Friday – Breakfast, Brunch till Lunch, HCRpm and Drive Time are here to keep you up todate with news, weather, traffic and travel and local events, all supported by our eclectic mix of music covering all tastes throughout the day – HCR104fm, Huntingdon Community Radio, on FM, on-line, on your smart device and DAB in the Cambridge area.

 

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Every Wednesday at 8pm join John Wilson for 2 hours of all the best of Soft Rock, a derivative form of pop rock music that originated in the late 1960s in the U.S. region of Southern California and the United Kingdom.

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Soul and Motown – March 2019

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Upcoming Local Events

For a full list of local events in the near future, please click here.

Jun
17
Mon
WRITING: MAKING YOUR MARK Pop-Up Exhibition @ Huntingdon Library & Archives,
Jun 17 @ 12:00 am – Jun 29 @ 12:00 am

This pop-up exhibition features images of carved stone inscriptions, medieval manuscripts and early printed works, to deconstruct the act of writing and consider its future in the digital age. The free learning trail makes this a truly interactive experience for all ages.
Writing: Making Your Mark will launch simultaneously in over 20 public libraries around the UK, through the Living Knowledge Network, an innovative UK-wide network of public libraries working in partnership with the British Library, National Library of Wales and the National Library of Scotland. www.bl.uk/events/writing-making-your-mark

Jun
22
Sat
Blues in the Pews @ St James' Church
Jun 22 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Featuring Richard Ashman on percussion & vocals, sultry songstress Stella Hensley, keyboard wizard Colin Hazel and guitar heaven with Chris Newsman, renowned blues, slide & ragtime guitarist.
This find band of talented musicians will entertain you and take you on a musical journey with original heartfelt songs, songs to sing along to and songs to get you dancing in the pews!
Joi n us for a fabulous evening of fun, great music and frivolity
A night not to be missed.
Tickets £10 (including a glass of wine and canapés)

Guitar Concert performed by Huntingdonshire Guitar Ensemble @ St Peters Church
Jun 22 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

A guitar concert performed by Huntingdonshire Guitar Ensemble – a mixed programme of music to suit all tastes, including flute.

Tickets £9 including a complimentary drink. ticketoffice.stpeters@gmail.com .
Jenny Griffiths 01480 811126/07776 426103.

Free parking on adjacent archery field.

Jun
23
Sun
St Ives Motorcycle Festival @ Johnson's Farm, Old Hurst
Jun 23 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Motorcycling, traders, clubs displays, stunt shows and music all set at Johnson’s farm in Old Hurst.
Come grab a burger, try some local beer and see some of the best bikes on display in the area.
Plus all money raised on the day goes to MAGPAS air ambulance and the Poppy appeal.
Entry Cost £2, under 16s free

Jun
25
Tue
Little Paxton Pictures Presents… @ St James' Church
Jun 25 @ 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Little Paxton Pictures’ has arrived at St James’ Church – a new community cinema project, kindly supported by Little Paxton Parish Council.

Showing ‘Butch Cassidy & the Sun Dance Kid’ (PG) – a classic western

Doors open at 1.45pm with a 2pm start. Refreshments will be provided including popcorn and ice cream.

Admission free. All donations are welcome.