Britain's What's On Event Guide
Coronavirus: Do check with venue for last minute Cancellations.
Bourn Bank holiday Monday market regularly attracts around 20,000 customers each market day and has been established for many years.
Broadway off A428
Mon 13 Apr, Fri 8 May, Mon 25 May
Headline Act Roger Monkhouse... is one of the most original and distinctive acts on the comedy scene. A consummate stand-up who employs a deadly combination of charm and menace to exert a masterful...
Storeys Field Centre, Eddington Avenue, Cambridge
Fri 10 Apr
Join us for a different walk each week, showing off some of the best views, woodland paths and secret seats in and around Wimpole’s parkland. Walks range from 2.5-4.5miles and are often muddy.
Wimpole Estate, Arrington, Royston
Wed 8 Apr
A landscaped cottage garden with courtyard and peripheral woodland and walled garden. On the dates below, visitors will be asked to record their names, make a voluntary contribution in the NGS box...
Sun 26 Apr, Sun 24 May, Sun 21 Jun
Biggest village market for miles. Mix of local produce, meat, local crafts, skincare and horticulture. Over 25 stalls! Lovely tearoom serving hot and cold drinks, homemade cakes and bacon butties.
Orwell Village Hall, High Street, Orwell
Sat 4 Apr
42 acre site designed in 1960s for foliage and form, to provide year round interest in peaceful and relaxing surrounds with courtyards, large open spaces and specimen trees.
Churchill College, Cambridge
Sun 19 Apr
Traditional topiary, borders, woodland walk, lawns from the Edwardian period and specimen trees are complemented by modern planting and wild meadow.
Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
Sun 19 Apr
Hemingford Art Club Spring Exhibition
Saturday 18th - Sunday 19th April
Open 10am to 4.30pm.
At Hemingford Abbots Village Hall,
At Hemingford Abbots Village Hall, High St, Hemingford Abbots, Huntingdon
Sat 18 Apr and Sun 19 Apr
Trinity’s Fellows’ Garden will open to the public as part of the National Garden Scheme (NGS). It is one of over 3,500 private gardens opened as part of the NGS, which raises funds for charity.
Trinity College, Fellows’ Garden, Queen’s Road, Cambridge
Sun 5 Apr
This is a fun and friendly Antiques Fair with around 50 dealers offering affordable quality antiques and vintage pieces including ceramics, glass, maps, small items of furniture, silver, china,
Burgess Hall (OneLeisure)
Sun 12 Apr and Mon 13 Apr
A lecture about spiritual healing and help through the teaching of Bruno Groening.
Through the absorption of the divine power, many people are experiencing the healing of illnesses and pain, that...
Friends Meeting House
The Aldren Wright Room (1st Floor)
12 Jesus Lane
Fri 24 Apr, Fri 15 May
Following Ballet Central’s sell-out performances of The Nutcracker in December 2019, the company is pleased to return to Cambridge with an exceptional range of repertoire, for three
ADC Theatre, Park Street, Cambridge
Fri 10 Apr and Sat 11 Apr
This Easter why not get active by joining our trail of challenges in the garden - with an Easter biscuit as a prize. Booking Not Needed. This trail is for children. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Peckover House and Garden, North Brink, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Today to Thu 9 Apr, Tue 14 Apr to Sun 19 Apr
Active Camps is a multi-activity holiday camp for children aged 3-14! Each of our Active Camps is run by a committed and enthusiastic team of Activity Leaders.
The Leys School, Cambridge
Mon 6 Apr to Fri 10 Apr, Mon 13 Apr to Fri 17 Apr
Discover the signs of spring in the mini nature trail. Join us this Easter to discover which spring bulbs have sprung up to celebrate spring. Booking Not Needed.
Houghton Mill and Waterclose Meadows, Houghton, near Huntingdon,
Sat 4 Apr to Sun 19 Apr
Invitation to an International Lecture.
More and more people search for solutions through holistic medicine. On this quest, many people rediscover a completely natural path.
Parkside Community College
Sun 19 Apr
2½ acres of choice plants in a series of enclosed gardens. Tulips and Judas trees. Opened for the NGS for more than 40yrs.
Sun 26 Apr
Come and join the fun with the whole family! Follow our fun village Easter trail, solve the clues and exchange for a chocolate prize.
Rampton Village Hall, 13 Church End, Rampton
Sun 5 Apr
St Neots Art Group Spring Exhibition
Our biggest exhibition of the year.
A diverse array of over 100 artworks by local artists will be on display for you to browse and/or purchase at an...
United Reformed Church
High Street, St Neots
Sat 25 Apr
Roy Ayers Ubiquity celebrate the 45th anniversary of their seminal 1975 album ‘Mystic Voyage’. Recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York, ‘Mystic Voyage’ has been sampled countless times in Hip...
Cambridge Junction, Clifton Way, Cambridge
Tue 14 Apr
Revolution Pro Wrestling smashes back into Commemoration Hall on Saturday, April 4th for a double-show for the afternoon and evening of high-impact, all-action, professional wrestling.
Commemoration Hall, 39 High Street, Huntingdon
Sat 4 Apr
Craft Market with lovely stalls cakes Jewellery wooden itiems handmade pens knitted items and more plus bacon rolls tea coffee and handmade cakes Every 4th Wednesday of the month
All Saints Church Market Square Huntingdon
Wed 22 Apr
The Brampton Mill is a beautiful riverside pub along the River Great Ouse.
We will meet here and the course begins with a short introduction on what to look for, our foraging code and a brief of the...
The Brampton Mill, Bromholme Lane, Huntingdon
Sun 26 Apr
Old Farm Cottage: flower garden surrounding thatched house (not open), with 3 acres of orchard, grassland, woodland and pond maintained for wildlife.
Staploe Gardens, St Neots
Sun 26 Apr, Sat 6 Jun, Sun 7 Jun
St Neots Art Group are delighted to welcome award winning artist Fraser Scarfe to give us a demonstration of acrylic art.
Roxton Village Hall, High Street, Roxton.
Wed 15 Apr
Things to do in Cambourne