Have you ever wondered if a fair globalisation is possible? Or even questioned the validity of globalisation in our changing societies? This Transition cafe evening wishes to explore our collective visions for the future, addressing the pros and cons of globalisation, and sharing ideas on how to evolve locally and beyond
Chesterton Festival is annual community festival run by volunteers from the local community.
There’ll be plenty of stalls to browse, including crafts and handmade goodies, local groups and charities, cakes, ice cream, face painting and more, and fun entertainment for the whole family with live music, dance performances, games and crafts.
Join us for our fun Disco Soup as part of the Eddington Discovery Day! Get chopping and peeling surplus food to create a healthy free meal, while a DJ provides some great music!
Interested in finding out more about what developments are taking place in the food industry? Join this public event hosted by Cambridge Global Food Security and hear experts from academia, industry and a start-up company discuss their experiences and what the future of food may hold for us.
Join the Linking Environment And Farming (LEAF) Open Farm Sunday to see first-hand how your food is grown! This annual event started in 2006 and since then 1600 farmers have opened their gates and 2 million people have visited their farms to learn about where our food comes from.
This is the second of a series of Action Planning Workshops hosted by Cambridge Food Poverty Alliance in March and April to continue the citywide conversation on food poverty and to work on producing a collaborative Action Plan for the City.