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Haunted Huntingdon: Ghost Walk @ start at The Bridge Hotel, Car park
Jun 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Join local author and historian Mark Egerton for a guided walk to discover the ghosts who haunt Huntingdon.
Join local author and historian Mark Egerton to hear about the ghosts who haunt Huntingdonshire. Drawing from his own research Mark will details some of the many ghosts, spirits and spectres which dwell in the surrounding area in an informal guided walk through the streets of Huntingdon. The walk will start at the Bridge Hotel car park and finish in the Market Square, lasting approximately 90 minutes.
Afterwards there will be an opportunity to buy discounted signed copies of Mark’s book “Haunted Huntingdonshire”.
We anticipate this will be a very popular event and so early booking is recommended.
BRJ Festival of Running Family Fun Day @ Countryside Centre, Hinchingbrooke Country Park
Jun 26 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

On Saturday we welcome club members and everyone from the local community to have fun, get active, get advice, and be inspired.  This is a day for the whole family with a host of fun running games and challenges. A range of stalls and workshops will give lots of information and advice on how to get the most out of running, from Couch to 5K, to how to get faster, go further and avoid injury. Find out how to find running buddies in the local clubs and groups who will keep you going and keep you active. Discover more of how running can bring a sense of wellbeing, aiding your physical and mental health.

Not sure if running is for you? Come and chat to our coaches and leaders about how to make those first steps out of the door in your trainers. Want advice about what you could do to improve your running or avoid injury? There is help on hand at the festival. Do you have a goal in mind, a distance, or a race? Let us help with a training plan to get you there.

This is a festival of fun for all the family. There are lots of running games for children of all ages.

You will find us on the field at Hinchingbrooke Country Park and in the Countryside Centre. Everyone is welcome to join any activity. Just the workshops need pre-booking in order to comply with COVID rules.

The event will be opened by the new Mayor of Cambridge & Peterborough, Dr Nik Johnson

BRJ Festival of Running @ St Ives Outdoor Centre
Jun 27 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
13.00 On Track

Games and Challenges 

5K race

5 legged race

Time trial challenge

(Distance run in 1 minute ,3 minutes, 5 minutes)

Ball relay Mixed teams over 80m.

Guestimate Charity 800m Juniors

Guestimate charity One Mile Seniors

In field

Games and Challenges

 Obstacles warm up

Water relay Cup/ sponge

Dice S& C warm up

Snake Relay

Run and Throw Biathlon.


Social Space

Come and talk

Find your training plan

14.30-15.00 Drinks and Cake
Mini marathon RelaySenior and Junior Teams

Indian File Relay

(teams of 6 mixed)

Elimination Race




Wild Babies at Paxton Pits @ Paxton Pits Nature Reserve
Jun 28 @ 9:50 am – 11:30 am
Bring your pre-walking aged baby along in a buggy, pram or sling for a gentle relaxing stroll with plenty of chance to chat to other ‘wild baby’ parents!

Event details


Time  9:50am – 11:30am

A static map of Wild Babies at Paxton Pits

About the event

Join us for some fresh air and a chance to meet, walk and chat with other parents at this relaxing, buggy-friendly site. These sessions will all be outdoors and socially-distanced. We will head out for a gentle stroll on the nature reserve and enjoy the company, peace and tranquility of Paxton Pits.  We will stop part way around to sit and chat. Please ensure you read what to bring. Please note we sadly we will not be able to accommodate toddlers at this session as we will be gently walking at a pace/distance more suited to adults.

More detailed information will be outlined in your confirmation email once you have booked onto the session, however, it is important that you read the following information before you book onto the session.

  • During the session you will be required to socially distance from other households at the Government recommended 2m. This includes households that you may know.
  • All participants will be required to use sanitising hand gel on arrival. This will be provided by us and will be available for you to use at any additional points during the session, should you wish to.
  • All equipment used on the day will be quarantined or cleaned after each session and each household will have their own set for the duration of that session.
  • Pre-booked tickets only.
  • Please bring a re-useable bottle pre-filled with water, or a flask as we are sorry we currently will not be able to provide drinks here. Please be aware all litter/recycling will need to be taken home with you.
  • FOR THE SAFETY OF EVERYONE INVOLVED YOU MUST NOT ATTEND this event on the day if you or anyone in your household has symptoms of coronavirus – a high temperature, a new continuous cough or change to your sense of smell or taste. Please also do not attend if you have a sore throat, headache or diarrhea as these can also be symptoms. Please do not attend if you have coronavirus, or have had in the last 14 days. Also if you live with someone who has symptoms, is waiting for a test result or has tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 14 days or if Track and trace have informed you, you have been in contact with a person who has coronavirus, do not attend.
  • To support the UK Government track and trace initiative we are collecting contact details at the time of booking. Any contact information you give will be held securely and will be used if needed for track and trace purposes. It will be securely destroyed 21 days after your visit.
St Neots museum Town Walks – Merrie old Eynesbury @ St Neots Museum
Jul 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Merrie old Eynesbury

We start the season with a new walk around the pubs of ‘Merrie old Eynesbury’ led by expert guide, Chris Jones: we meet a Milkman’s horse who had to have his daily pint, an old soldier from the Charge of the Light Brigade and a landlord who turned cows into Bulls.

Walks repeated o

Ticket £6 or pay on the day. Thursday 1st July and Thursday 5th August

Ramsey Steam and Fire Show @ Ramsey Rural Museum
Jul 3 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The annual Ramsey Steam and Fire Show in aid of The Firefighters Charity.

Admission to the museum is an extra cost.

Riverside Gala @ Riverside Park
Jul 3 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

This year’s event, as expected, will be a fun packed day for all the family. There will be activities in the Main Arena (including community displays), Fun Fair, Bouncy Castles (if weather suitable), many Charity Stalls, Commercial Stalls, plus a host of Food Outlets and, of course, Ice- Cream!!!

Many activities and live music.

Ramsey Steam and Fire Show @ Ramsey Rural Museum
Jul 4 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The annual Ramsey Steam and Fire Show in aid of The Firefighters Charity.

Admission to the museum is an extra cost.

Trees of the Swiss Garden @ Shuttleworth Collection
Jul 7 @ 10:45 am – 12:30 pm



Join the Shuttleworth Swiss Garden, Head Gardener on our guided tree trail in The Swiss Garden. As you walk you will hear interesting facts and information on the many historical and magnificent trees of all shapes and sizes within the garden. Social distancing rules will apply at all times.

The trail will start in The Discovery Workshop with an introduction and light refreshments before you head out across the garden.



10:45 – Meet in The Discovery Workshop, Refreshments
11:00 – Tour Begins
12:30 – Tour Finishes

Cost: £20.00 per person



The tour will take approximately 1.5 hours.
Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear – this is an outdoor event.
Please inform us of your special dietary requirements no later than 7 days before your visit by emailing events@shuttleworth.org
Please note the garden is accessible by all however if you do have limitations please inform us in advance.

Cambridge Comedy Festival @ Mill Hill Field, Grange Farm
Jul 9 – Jul 11 all-day

The Cambridge Comedy Festival was launched in 2007 by the Jesterlarf Comedy Club with the aim of recreating a micro version of the world famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival experience in Cambridge. Its unique appeal is that it presented a host of big name comedians and the finest emerging to the city as they hone their shows for Edinburgh and beyond and iron out any rough edges.

The festival will take place on Grange Farm in Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon which is where the Secret Garden Party was held – it’s a fantastic countryside location and its unique and quirky features lend itself perfectly to a comedy festival. We have over 150 acts appearing across 4 stages packed with so many amazingly funny comedians from superstar household names to the very best circuit acts to left-field fringe acts plus live podcast shows, lots of fantastic kids/family shows and after the comedy shows have finished each evening we’ve even got comedians having a go at DJ’ing their favourite tunes in the Glade bar area and if all of that isn’t enough to tickle your comedy appetite we’ve also got a fresh water swimming lake on site!

With 500 generously spaced camping pitches right next to the arena you can now enjoy a weekend with family and friends camping and sleeping under the stars after a fun day of top quality comedy. We also have Boutique camping available for those that want their creature comforts.

With either full weekend passes (with or without camping) or individual day tickets available we hope this will offer something to all comedy fans.

Tickets available from the Comedy Club website:  https://www.cambridgecomedyfestival.com/