What’s On… in Royston and Beyond The Listing What’s On guide is the most comprehensive guide in the area, helping you to plan how to spend your free time. Our online diary and printed pages are reserved for one-off events, rather than reoccurring events, meetings and classes. Click here to visit our online organisation directory for more information on our local clubs and societies.
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Hinxton Watermill, Mill Lane, Hinxton, CB10 1RD.
An opportunity to explore and learn the history of this impressive 17th century working watermill on the River Cam. Children can take part in the ‘Where’s Ratty?’ contest for the chance to win a prize!
Contact: 01223 243830 extension 207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Broadway Cinema, Eastcheap, Letchworth, SG6 3DD.
The Dead Sea Scrolls in Context: An introduction to Palestine in the time of Christ.
Enjoy a captivating lecture from Neil Faulkner about one of the most turbulent provinces of the Roman Empire, Palestine.
Tickets are £7 each, for more information, visit: www.theartssocietynorthherts.org.uk
Leper Chapel opposite Cambridge United, CB5 8JJ.
A rare opportunity to see inside of one of Cambridge’s oldest complete surviving buildings, which is not usually open to the public. Originally built as the chapel of an isolation hospital for leprosy suffers, the building has 900 years of fascinating history to be shared with you.
Please park nearby as there is no parking or facilities at the chapel itself.
Free event, but donations are welcome.
Bourn Windmill off Caxton Road, CB23 2SU.
A chance to be guided round and learn the history of one of the oldest mills in the country, and even turn the whole mill on its post!
Contact: 01223 243830 extension 207, or email email@example.com
Grantchester Village Hall, CB3 9NF
This is an ideal opportunity for visitors to buy original art from local professional and amateur artists, in a variety of subjects and media including oils, acrylics, watercolours, mixed media and pastels.
For more information, visit sites.google.com/site/cambridgedistrictartcircle/