Picnic Concerts at Audley End

The sun’s out. The days are getting longer. Sandals can now worn without the risk of frostbite. Summer is finally here. So what better time to plan a picnic. I don’t mean any ordinary picnic though. I’m talking about the fabulous English Heritage Picnic Concerts happening this Summer at Audley … Continue reading

Alternative Remedies for Hayfever

London Life Coach & Wellbeing Consultant Sloan Sheridan-Williams talks about hayfever. Follow Sloan Life Coach on Twitter @SloanSW_London and check out Sloan’s Life Coaching website www.sloansw.com I’m sorry to hear that your hayfever is impacting you to the point where your social life is compromised. You are not alone in … Continue reading

An Evening of Latin American Music and Dance

City Connect proudly announces the latest charity event organised by ACT – the registered charity for Cambridge University Hospitals, which includes Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Hospital. A pre-festival launch of the Cambridge Summer Music Festival, An Evening of Latin American Music and Dance on Sunday 10 July celebrating the … Continue reading

Innovative Disability Project Huntingdon

An innovative disability project in Huntingdon is holding a volunteer day on, Saturday 2 July, to encourage people to support and help make a huge difference to a disabled child’s life. The Inclusion Project Cambridgeshire, which is ran by leading charity Action for Children, is holding the event, from 10:30am to … Continue reading

Newmarket Racecourse Celebrates 25 Years of Newmarket Nights

Newmarket Nights began back in 1986 and from the very start this Cambridgeshire music event has gone from strength to strength. This year’s fantastic line-up includes Peter Andre, Tom Jones, Boyzone and Scissor Sisters. In the last 25 years, Newmarket Nights has entertained over 1.5 million music lovers and is … Continue reading

The Sick Children’s Trust Supports Mother Fighting for Her Child

City Connect  reports on a story about a family from Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk whose two year old daughter, Rhiannon, was diagnosed with croup and rushed to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. The charity, The Sick Children’s Trust, supported them when they were in need of accommodation to stay close by her bedside. … Continue reading

Question Time at Addenbrooke’s

Inspired by the BBC’s famed Question Time programme chaired by David Dimbleby, ACT presents an exciting debate at Addenbrooke’s Hospital on current affairs within the NHS to be chaired by Quentin Cooper, Science Journalist and current presenter of BBC Radio 4’s weekly Material World. ACT is the independent registered charity … Continue reading

Outspoken Delivery – Cargo Bikes for Cambridge

In answer to your question about eco-friendly couriers check out the innovative Cambridge cycle courier company below. Outspoken Delivery will be a leading partner in an EU sponsored initiative to develop and promote the movement of light goods by bike. The three year EU project, CYCLE Logistics, running from May 2011 to 2014 … Continue reading

Disability Etiquette – Wheelchair Users and Impaired Mobility

This is the first part in a series of articles which raises awareness of commonly encountered disabilities and offers advice on how to interact with people with disabilities. We open the series looking at the disability etiquette surrounding wheelchair users and those with impaired mobility. This series is based on … Continue reading