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Charity of the Month

Our August Charity of the Month is Huntingdon Mencap

HCR104fm are only too happy to be able to announce that our Charity of the Month for August is the Huntingdon Mencap Society. 

The Huntingdon Mencap Society has been active in the area since 1986 when the Society was asked to set up home for three people who needed to move from Ida Darwin hospital in Cambridge into the community ...
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Season 6 – Eps 61&62

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Upcoming Events

Poetry and Folk Night @ The Corn Exchange
Aug 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Town’s Open Mic Poetry/Folk Evening 7:30pm – 9:30pm

Come & Join in performing to the St Ives Open Mic Scene

Bar & Café Open New & Classical Poetry Readings/Recitals Bring your new poems along!

Also featuring David Gardiner & his amazing traditional folk songs. Come and join in – or just watch!

www.ticketsource.co.uk/cexevents  or £4 on the door.   Cafe open all evening.

Summer Organ Recitals @ St Neots Parish Church (St Mary's)
Aug 10 @ 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm

The organ at St Mary’s dated from 1855 and is an example of the fine workmanship of the Victoria era.

Lunch time recitals are free and start at 12.15pm.    Each performance has a different organist:

Wednesday 20th July –  organist Lloyd Barnett of the St Neots Parish church

Wednesday 27th July – organist, David Price – Thailand

Wednesday 10th August – organist, David Smith, Christ Church, St Leonard’s on Sea

Wednesday 17th August – organist, Harvey Stansfield, St Augustine’s, Edgbaston

Wednesday 24th August, organist, Lloyd Barnet of St Mary’s, St Neots

The Great Ouse: Abbots, Eels and Vikings @ Start and finish at the Norris Museum
Aug 11 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The Great Ouse:  Abbots, Eels and Vikings

Guided walking town tour plus refreshments.

The Great Ouse is as much a character in the story of St Ives as any man or woman of the town. Discover its importance to the local culture, economy and everyday life throughout history!

£5.00 per person (including refreshments)

The tour will start and finish at The Norris Museum.

After the town tour, visit our Community Room for tea, coffee and cake – all included in the price of your ticket.

Recommended for ages 12+ due to the walk. Families welcome!

Limited places – Booking is essential: https://the-norris-museum.arttickets.org.uk/the-norris-museum/2022-08-11-the-great-ouse-abbots-eels-and-vikings 

Huntingdon Carnival weekend & Live in the Park @ Riverside Park
Aug 13 @ 12:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Huntingdon Carnival Weekend – with Live in the Park on Sunday

Saturday on the Riverside Park from 12 noon.

The Carnival Parade will arrive at the Park at 12.30pm and the prizes will be awarded,  in the area, for the best in the categories for the parade.

Arena displays: from 1pm:   Miss Molly, Huntingdon Ukulele’s, GDA and Debs Sumba.

Lots of charity, craft and commercial stalls.  Fun Fair.  Refreshments. Licenced bar.

Free entry and programmes.

Sunday – is Live in the Park Day with 7 Live Bands from our Carnival Stage.                          Bring your own chairs .  All the fun fair rides, some stalls, refreshment outlets and the licenced bar will still be open.

12 noon – The Decanters

1pm – Alternative Split

2pm – Babblefish

3pm – So 80’s

4pm – The Knottleys

5pm – Tenmoku

6pm – Big 10.

7pm close


St Neots & District Garden Club Annual Show @ Jubilee Hall,
Aug 13 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

On show will be horticulture, floral art and children’s classes.

For more details: EMAIL peter.walker@stneotsgardenclub.org.uk