Youth

Children at King’s Ely Acremont get closer to nature

A new conservation area and wildlife pond has been officially opened at King’s Ely Acremont.    The school’s budding Bill Oddies and Michaela Strachans are in their element using the pond dipping platform to search for tadpoles and water boatmen (all supervised of course!), hunting among the log piles for minibeasts and topping up the …

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An Evensong to remember for King’s Ely Junior’s Chamber Choir

King’s Ely Junior’s Chamber Choir is on a high after having the opportunity to sing Evensong at St Paul’s Cathedral, London. The 35-strong choir, made up of boys and girls from Years 5 to 8, travelled to the capital for the service on June 3rd. They sang Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Herbert Sumsion and …

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Recycling Project at Witchford Village College

Witchford Village College recently welcomed Jon Crisp from Amey, at Waterbeach. He held an assembly with our Year 8 students about recycling and reducing waste. He informed them about the waste that goes to landfill and how long it takes to break down. He then gave them information about recycling and waste reduction. Jon was …

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Choristers and Friends Complete Charity Cycle Ride in Sweltering Heat

A group of King’s Ely Junior pupils, including four Ely Cathedral choristers, used their pedal power to raise more than £1,000 for good causes. Four members of Ely Cathedral Boys’ Choir – Thomas Perceval-Maxwell, James Barbrook, Max Black and Theo Almond – who are all pupils at King’s Ely Junior, cycled from King’s Lynn, Norfolk, …

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Local Education Trust to Host Inaugural Performing Arts Celebration

Cambridge Meridian Academies Trust (CMAT) is bringing together eleven of its schools in a regional Performing Arts Festival, Evolve, showcase to celebrate the arts.   Over 360 pupils from eleven schools will be performing to friends, family and the community on Tuesday 2nd July at The Peterborough Theatre. Each school will perform a piece of …

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City of Ely Swimming Celebrate Four Regional Medals

As the Eastern Regional Swimming Championships drew to a close last weekend, head coach Elaine Hill was able to reflect on the Club’s best regional performance for many years.    Swimming against the top swimmers of their age from Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, the club celebrates three medal winners (pictured). Maximilian Veiga …

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Ely Cadet Appointed Lord Lieutenants Cadet for Cambridgeshire

Congratulations to Cadet Flight Sergeant Rory Donoghue from 1094 (City of Ely) Squadron Air Training Corps who last night at Waterbeach Barracks was appointed as Lord Lieutenants Cadet for Cambridgeshire by Her Majesties Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire Julie Spence OBE QPM. Also present and pictured below Wing Commander Anthony Kelly FCMI RAFAC Officer Commanding Beds & Cambs …

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Ely Junior Swimmers Wrap up 2019 Eastern Regional Champs with Gold

City of Ely Swimming Club’s 14 years and under qualifiers wrapped up the final weekend of the Eastern Regional Swimming Championships over the three days of the Bank Holiday weekend at the UEA Sportspark, Norwich.   Competing in the 11-12 years age category, Maximilian Veiga swam in 50m &100m Butterfly, 50m & 100m Backstroke, 50m …

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Hit band, The Tailormade, visit King’s Ely to share their skills with young musicians

Musicians from King’s Ely were in their element when The Tailormade –crowned the ‘Best buskers in London’ by former London Mayor Boris Johnson – paid them a visit. The hit band worked with Year 9 students who are studying GCSE Music next year, Year 10 GCSE Music students and Year 12 A Level Music students. …

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King’s Ely Junior swimmers to compete in National IAPS Finals

Seven King’s Ely Junior pupils have qualified for the finals of a fiercely-contested national swimming competition. The Independent Association of Prep Schools’ (IAPS) National Swimming Finals will see prep school-age swimmers from across the country battling it out at the London Aquatics Centre on June 8th. This year, King’s Ely Junior is delighted to have …

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King’s Ely students qualify for national finals of UK Team Maths Challenge

Mathematicians from King’s Ely have reached the national finals of a fiercely-contested competition.   King’s Ely Senior students Elliot Bord and Ben Collier and King’s Ely Junior pupils John Lau and James MacGillivray are one of only 88 school teams to qualify for the national finals of the UK Team Maths Challenge. More than 1,700 …

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Daniel ends long distance juniors Regional drought

Congratulations to Daniel Kendall from City of Ely Swimming Club who became the first junior from the club to compete at Swim England’s East Region Long Course Distance Championships since 2009. At the long distance championships swimmers aged 14 years and under achieving the required Eastern Region qualifying times, compete at 800m and 1,500m Freestyle. …

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Newly announced Heads of School win King’s Ely Hoop Trundle 2019

It was certainly an afternoon to remember for Sol Boon and Lottie Wilkinson, who were formally announced as being King’s Ely’s new Heads of School for 2019/20 before then going on to win the school’s annual Hoop Trundle. Crowds of students, staff, families, dignitaries and friends of King’s Ely gathered around the East Lawn of …

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10is Academy’s Team Tennis clinches 7 wins out of 8 after dominant weekend

The rain did something this weekend that not many opponents could slow down 10is Academy’s players. The 10is Academy players had a busy weekend with 8 matches to be played over the weekend. It all started on Saturday with the 8U playing at David Lloyd (DL) Cambridge against Peterborough and DL Cambridge. The 10is players …

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Waitrose Supply GCSE Breakfasts at WVC

Waitrose, Ely are generously backing Witchford Village College’s initiative and will be supplying healthy breakfasts to our Year 11 students through their GCSE exams. The initiative was piloted in November, for mock exams, proving to be very successful in ensuring all students had a wholesome breakfast before going into an exam. Debbie Walker, Head of …

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King’s Ely students pick up design award at RoboCon 2019

King’s Ely Senior students competed in RoboCon for the first ever time this year – and won the Best Engineering Design award for one of their robots. Two teams of Year 9 pupils entered the competition, which took place in Cambridge during the Easter holidays. RoboCon is a robotics competition aimed at students in Years …

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Hearing and visually impaired pupils’ samba rhythms to get crowds into the groove at Eel Festival

Young people with visual and hearing impairments, as well as dozens of others from local schools, will be bringing the sounds of a Rio Carnival to Ely’s Eel Day celebrations this weekend with a live samba performance. About 150 young people, some of whom have difficulties hearing or seeing, will be leading the festival-opening Eel …

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Ely Squadron NCO’s recently visited USAF Air Base in Germany

Here’s a report from one of Ely’s Air Cadets, Sergeant Luca Chadwick who along with two other Ely Squadron NCO’s recently visited USAF Air Base Ramstein in Germany for an overseas Easter camp. “On the 31st March, myself and Corporals Leah and West left for a 12 day camp at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The …

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Beds and Cambs Cadets Presented with Army Cadet Force Awards

Ely Squadron’s senior cadet, Flight Sergeant Rory Donoghue has returned home after a week away with the Army Cadets on The Saint Martins Plain Army Training Ground. Flight Sergeant Donoghue was joined by four other Air Cadets from Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing:Cpl Hope (Spalding) SquadronCdt Paszka (Holbeach) SquadronCpl Fletcher (Cranfield) Squadron and Sgt Keenan (Linton) …

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King’s Ely Students head to Portugal for Easter Rowing Camp

A group of King’s Ely rowers spent the first week of their Easter break improving their skills on the waters in Western Portugal. The climate and weather conditions were far from exotic however, as the students faced strong winds and heavy rain every day during their trip, which saw 26 students from Years 9-13 at …

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Sixth Form Photography students in running for national prizes

Five A Level Photography students from King’s Ely have been shortlisted for prizes in two prestigious competitions. Luna Guo, 18, has been shortlisted for top prize in this year’s UK ILFORD PHOTO Student Competition, entitled ‘Reading between the Lines’, which celebrates students using black and white film. Orla Simpson, 18, Charlie Watson, 17, Fiona Fung, …

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Ely College students return to Kenya’s Rift Valley to volunteer with their partner schools in the Nakuru slums

Teenagers and staff from Ely College have recently returned from another life-changing experience, volunteering their February half term to help disadvantaged children at the Jubilee and Ungana Academies in Kenya. Over the last several years, students from Ely College have developed a close connection with two schools in the slums of Nakuru, Kenya’s fourth largest …

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King’s Ely Junior flautists to star in British Suzuki Institute Celebration Concerts

Flautists from King’s Ely are to perform in this year’s British Suzuki Institute Celebration Concerts. King’s Ely Junior’s nine-strong Flute Choir has been selected to feature in one of the concerts after its teacher, Liz Hargest, submitted a recording of the students performing ‘You’ve got to pick a pocket or two’ by writer and composer …

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Cathedral Chorister’s Big Pancake Party for Charity

Ely Choristers will be holding their traditional Pancake Race on Shrove Tuesday, 5th March. This is long standing custom at Ely Cathedral sees the choristers, and occasionally members of staff and the clergy, race down the Cathedral’s spectacularly long nave tossing pancakes as they go. As in previous years Ely Cathedral are teaming up with …

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King’s Ely rider Adele qualifies for National Championships

King’s Ely Junior rider Adele Shaw has qualified for the National Schools Equestrian Association’s (NSEA) National Championships. Adele, 12, represented the school at the NSEA Arena Eventing Jumping with Style competition, held at Bury Farm Equestrian Village in Bedfordshire on February 9th. Manager of the King’s Ely Equestrian Team, Sue Cameron, said: “The competition was …

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Cabaret evening raises £600 for King’s Ely charities

A Cabaret evening hosted by Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir has raised £600 for charity. People of all ages packed into King’s Ely’s Hayward Theatre for ‘Etheldreda Entertains’ – a fun-filled evening featuring some of the girls’ favourites songs, including many hits from musicals such as Oliver, Mamma Mia and the Wizard of Oz. Entry to …

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Ely College students take the ‘Time to Talk’ about making healthy choices today, for a brighter future tomorrow

Various workshops at Ely College this week, allowed students to explore their personal wellbeing, encouraging discussion about making health choices so that each and every young person aims to reach their fullest potential. Working with outside partners, PLEDGES and Futures Day coincided perfectly with the #TimeToTalk national mental health campaign. PLEDGES and Futures Day is …

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East Cambridgeshire Schools Art Competition Winners Announced

Babylon ARTS & Ely Hereward Rotary Club announced the winners of the East Cambridgeshire Schools Art Competition at the exhibition launch at the Babylon Gallery on Ely’s Riverside on Friday 4th January. The exhibition continues until Sunday 13th January – open daily from 12-4pm and entry is free. Awards were made in five categories for young people aged …

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King’s Ely crowned Isle of Ely District Cross Country Champions

King’s Ely was delighted to both host and win the Isle of Ely District Cross Country Championships. Students from Ely College, Witchford Village College, Littleport and East Cambs Academy, Cromwell Community College, Neale-Wade Academy and Wisbech Grammar School travelled to King’s Ely to compete in the event on November 15th. King’s Ely came first, Wisbech …

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Skills Fair Returns to Ely Cathedral For Fifth Year

Back by popular demand, East Cambs Careers & Skills Fair is returning to Ely Cathedral on Tuesday 9th October. Now in its fifth year, the fair has continued to grow and draw attention from local schools and businesses alike. Last year’s event saw 800 students from schools and colleges throughout the district visit and for the first …

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Calling all budding Girl Choristers!

Calling all budding Girl Choristers! The annual Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir Taster Day is taking place on Sat 20 Oct. ‘Be A Girl Chorister For A Day’ is free and for girls with a love of music and singing, who are in years 5-8. For more info contact Jane Formston on 01353 660707

Ely College students get a ‘rocking opportunity’!

Starting this term, a group of lucky Year 7 Ely College students will be benefitting from the generosity of THE LLOYD-REASON FOUNDATION. A talented delivery team of tutors will work with four selected students in Year 7 who have shown the potential and willingness to develop their interest in learning and playing a musical instrument. …

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Cathedral Choristers set off on Music Tour of Estonia.

17 boy choristers from Ely Cathedral’s highly regarded choir will perform a series of choral music concerts in Estonia. This is the Choir’s first ever visit to Estonia and includes a very busy schedule of five performances in venues across a number of cities including Tallinn, Haapsalu and Parnu. The tour will culminate in a …

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Witchford Village College Inter House Games Day

The whole College took part in an Inter House Games Day on Friday based upon the World Cup. This was no ordinary sports day, the emphasis was definitely on everyone taking part and choosing both a curriculum-based activity and a sport. Students competed in their Houses (Lords, Twickenham, Wembley and Wimbledon) for the House Cup. The day …

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PSHE Day at Witchford Village College

Wednesday was our third and biggest Personal, Social and Health Education day of the College year. We had many outside agencies attending. They delivered interesting and informative talks to help our young people make the right life choices. The Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service gave an invaluable presentation about Water Safety, which was well-received by our …

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Ely Children Walking Miles for Whales to Bring Smiles

Local charity marks its 10th year of taking school children to walk the Jurassic Coast, raising more than £150,000 to help people recover from cancer The Malcolm Whales Foundation, a charity established in 2008 by former Ely College-teacher Damien Whales in memory of his father, is preparing for its 10th annual Dorset Walk along the …

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Little Downham Youth Theatre “Youth Acts UP” Presents The Dracula Rock Show

Little Downham Youth Theatre “Youth Acts UP” Presents :- The Dracula Rock Show The Dracula Rock Show, with a cast of all children from 7yrs – 16 yrs, directed by Becky Green, you will be sure to dig the show. The Zombies and Vampires are unhappy with their life underground, and summon Count Dracula, their master. …

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Members of the Cambs Youth Consultation Panel attended the House of Commons

Seven members of the Cambs Youth Consultation Panel attended the House of Commons with Sergeant Phil Priestley on Wednesday 20th June for a meeting with Lucy Frazer QC MP to discuss knife crime and youth violence. Parliament was an absolute hive of activity with the Brexit debate heavily underway. Sgt Priestley said “Parliament was absolutely …

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Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir concert raises £400 for charity

Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir’s Charity Concert raised £400 for the Pulmonary Hypertension Association. People of all ages came together inside Ely Cathedral for the event on May 25th, which featured solo songs and duets by Mozart, Grieg, Pergolesi, Britten, Abba, Tom Lehrer, and Lakme’s famous Flower Duet, as well as a special new arrangement of …

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East Cambs youth invite US school shooting survivors to Ely

A local youth group is fundraising to bring survivors of one of America’s deadliest high school shootings to Ely. During an exclusive interview with Spotted in Ely yesterday, members of the East Cambs Youth Consultation Panel revealed they needed to raise at least £10,000 to bring eight students and two chaperones over in October. They’re …

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King’s Ely riders qualify for Royal Windsor Horse Show

King’s Ely’s Equestrian Team has qualified for one of the UK’s largest horse shows. Four members of the team – George Hearn, Emily Gredley, Adele Shaw and Ryan De Sousa – travelled to The Jays Equestrian Centre in Bury St Edmunds earlier this month to compete in the show jumping qualifiers for this year’s Royal …

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Medals for budding Judo stars at King’s Ely Junior

King’s Ely Junior pupils won a haul of awards at the Littleport Low Grade 4’s Judo Tournament. Oliver Loveday, Mienke Putter, Nicholas Marshall, Lucas Hilcenko and Joseph Sibson were among over 120 young people who entered the competition on February 25th. Oliver won a Bronze medal in the under 11 years old/less than 34 kg …

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Hundreds of socks donated to the homeless by generous King’s Ely community

Students, staff and parents at King’s Ely have rallied round to support the homeless this winter. The school went all out to donate as many pairs of new socks as possible to the Socks and Chocs initiative again this year. The charitable scheme aims to relieve hardship and distress among homeless people and those living …

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King’s Ely students get creative with global fashion designer

Award winning fashion designer José Hendo visited King’s Ely to share her skills and expertise with Sixth Form students. The exciting masterclass saw José working with A Level Fashion and Design students, helping them to create striking sculptural accessory designs using Barkcloth and Sinamay. The workshop proved an invaluable opportunity for the students to explore …

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King’s Ely Junior hosts second annual PowerHouse Games

There was an important message behind the fun and frolics at King’s Ely Junior’s annual PowerHouse Games. It is the second year running that King’s Ely Junior has hosted the PowerHouse Games, which are the initiative of local man John Willis, founder of the charity Power2Inspire and whose daughter was in King’s Ely Senior up …

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Victory for King’s Ely students at British Junior Rowing Championships

Two King’s Ely students were crowned British Champions at the prestigious British Junior Rowing Championships 2017. Holly Lancaster, 16, and Rebecca Garrett, 15, were among several King’s Ely students who competed in the Championships, held at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham from July 14th to 16th. Holly and Rebecca joined Olivia Morgan, from …

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Ely College students celebrate their final PLEDGES and Futures Day of the year

Ely College students celebrated their final PLEDGES and Futures Day of the year in style this week with over thirty external speakers and providers addressing students throughout the day. The day, which was the final of four PLEDGES and Futures days, focused on democracy and personal finance. A host of local speakers were in attendance …

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Expeditions put King’s Ely students’ stamina to the test

ADVENTUROUS King’s Ely students reached new heights during an action-packed half term break. Several expeditions were organised through the Ely Scheme, which is unique to King’s Ely, offering boundless opportunities for pupils to explore and learn through outdoor education. Year 9 students travelled to Yorkshire to take part in the annual Ely Scheme Yorkshire Three …

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Sew creative: young stitchers on the cutting edge of budget design win fabulous prizes!

Fabric-cadabra! Two girls are celebrating their sewing skills after winning a Summer Stitch competition, run by Sew Much to Do. Over the summer holidays, the Ely High Street Passage shop asked budding young stitchers to submit their sewing, knitting and crochet projects. Entries had to contain a summer theme and all material had to cost …

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Still time to enter Ely 501

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The creative writing challenge for East Cambridgeshire children up to the age of 13 has launched its 2016 competition and the organisers are hoping to top last year’s astonishing results. Well over seventy entries were received and the standard couldn’t have been higher. “It was truly amazing!” says Annabel Reddick from Burrows Bookshop. Along …

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Local Girl nominated for Young Person of the Year Award

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Local girl Charlotte Page has recently won the award of Fundraiser of the Year by Young Kennel Club to which she is very proud of achieving. This award now gives Charlotte the opportunity to win one extra award for which she needs the help of everyone around the Ely area. As well as Fundraiser of …

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Talented Kids host at BabylonArts

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A week long exhibition is currently underway at BabylonARTS down by the riverside highlighting the talented children from schools within East Cambridgeshire. There are over 100 piece of work on display and they rival most professional adult artists. in total there were 153 entries from 8 schools, Ely St Mary’s, Little Thetford, Sutton, Rackham, Soham Village …

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Soham Carnival – Yet Another Amazing Show

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Stretham Feast

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Sunday saw a lovely day on Stretham Village green. The winners of the float competitions were Stretham Primary School. Lots of entertainment was provided by Ely Military Band, Dog Show, Ely’s Starlet Majorette along with dozens of stalls including many charities, bell ringing lessons and a balloon artist. Although for many the highlight was the …

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Keeping the community entertained this summer!

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Viva is keeping the local community entertained this summer with not one, or two, but three summer shows. Tickets are now on sale for all three shows. Abigail’s Party will be performed at The Brook, Soham from Thursday 4th June to Saturday 6th June. Tickets are £10 / £8 and all three shows will …

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Project focusing on Street Life of East Cambridgeshire wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

Soham based Viva Arts and Community Group has received £77,500 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to deliver a community project that will combine oral history and research to create pop-up heritage experiences that will appear in each of the towns at public events, sheltered housing and schools. The project will be a bridge for …

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