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The North Cambridge Community Partnership runs events for children and families in Arbury and King's Hedges. Their regular events include a toddler group, Lego Club and Science Club for children, and gardening and cooking clubs for people of all ages. Everyone is welcome.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- It’s a great way of meeting people, socialising and forming new friendships;
- You and your children can learn new skills, which may give you a confidence boost;
- It can help you feel more connected to your local community – and there are opportunities to volunteer.
How to contact
Where to go
North Cambridge Community Partnership
37 Lawrence Way
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Akeman Community Centre
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Nun's Way Pavilion
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Events and Activities
These are the regular activities organised by the North Cambridge Community Partnership. Activities are subject to change, and there are also one-off events throughout the year. The best way to stay up to date what what’s happening is to follow NCCP on Facebook or email [email protected].
NCCP also produce a newsletter twice a year. Visit the website to subscribe to the newsletter and read previous editions.
Lego Club runs twice a week (term-time only) on Mondays 3.45pm – 4.45pm at Akeman Street Community Centre and Thursdays 3.45pm – 4.45pm at Nun’s Way Pavilion.
All children aged 5 and above are welcome to come and play. No need to book, just turn up! They ask for a 50p donation per child.
Toddler Group Little Rainbows is a space for parents and toddlers to meet and play together. It runs on Tuesdays 10am -12pm at Nun’s Way Pavilion. There are toys, books and crafts for children to play with. Sessions are free and lunch and refreshments are provided.
Science Club for primary school children runs a few times per year, in collaboration with the Cambridge Science Centre. Sessions are held weekly (term-time only) on Wednesdays 4pm-5pm at Nun’s Way Pavilion. Sessions are free but they ask for a small (optional) donation. You need to book your place online, booking links are shared on the NCCP Facebook group. Check individual event descriptions for details.
CookFresh runs once a month on a Sunday at Nuns Way Pavilion. These are enjoyable cooking workshops for all the family. Join a group of people to learn a new recipe and have fun cooking it together.
Gardening Club runs on the 1st Saturday of every month from 11:30am to 1pm at 37 Lawrence Way. Adults and children of all ages are invited to help plant fruit and vegetables in the community garden. The gardening club will give you the opportunity to meet new people, learn and share skills.
The NCCP is a non-profit organisation run by and for the local community. They are always looking for volunteers to help at workshops and community events, distribute newsletters or the committee. Email [email protected] to arrange a chat and get involved!
Most of the events and activities run by NCCP are free of charge.
Some of the events and activities request a small donation from participants.