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The next University of Cambridge Festival of Ideas will take place on 14-27 October 2019, with hundreds of free events around Cambridge
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Open Cambridge Jul 18
The programme is now available online !
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Semble Jul 14
Cambridge Veg Fest's upon with here to help the Cambridge folk embrace the sustainable life one veg at a time 🥕🍆🌽🍅 Get involved in the community celebrations 🎉🎉
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Cambridge Food Jul 12
Tomorrow is the first day of Veg Fest 2019! Whether you want to learn more about growing vegetables, discover the Cambridge surroundings, or just eat delicious AND plant-based food, click to see all the events happening this week.
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Open Cambridge Jun 18
We are working hard on the programme for Bookings open Monday 19 August from 11am !! The full programme of events will be available from Monday 22 July.
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Cambridge University Public Engagement Jun 14
Want to shape the future of ? We're hiring a new Public Engagement and Festival Manager, deadline 30 June:
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ARU Jun 12
Refugee Week 2019! 🙋‍♀️ Join us next Wedneday, 19 June, as alumna Hameeda Hussani shares the story of her journey from Afghanistan to the UK. For more information and to book, visit:
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ARU Jun 11
Refugee week 2019! 🙋‍♀️ Join us next Wednesday, 19 June, as alumnus Ghaith Aljalabneh shares his experience of working to support Syrian refugees within Jordan’s camps. For more information and to book, visit:
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Gates Cambridge Jun 7
Morgan Seag reports on a discussion in the on the importance of including female voices in work to counter -
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas Jun 1
TOMORROW – 2 June – 10AM Female voices on – with and Melody Clark Book for Cambridge Series here
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas Jun 1
TOMORROW – 2 JUNE – 10AM Female voices on - with , , and Melody Clark Book for Cambridge Series here
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas Jun 1
TOMORROW – 2 June – 10AM Female voices on – with and Melody Clark Book for Cambridge Series here
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas May 30
TOMORROW – 31 MAY – 7PM Reading in an age of digital distraction – with Book for Cambridge Series here
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas May 30
TOMORROW – 31 may – 5.30PM Apples or ice-cream? Who - or what - determines what we eat? – with Paul Fletcher Book for Cambridge Series here
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas May 30
TOMORROW – 31 MAY – 5.30PM Prof Paul Fletcher speaks on the decision-making processes that influence what we eat Book for Cambridge Series here
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas May 30
TOMORROW – 31 MAY – 7PM speaks about how affects our reading Book for Cambridge Series here
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Danika Parikh May 28
Are you looking for something to do in Cambridge this weekend? We have a few tickets left for our alternative and independent tour at ! Tickets are available through 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas May 28
TOMORROW – 29 MAY – 2.30PM Food security past and present: what archaeology tells us about the food we eat – with Martin Jones Book for Cambridge Series here
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas May 28
TOMORROW – 29 MAY – 1PM Where meets – with Book for Cambridge Series here
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas May 27
TOMORROW – 28 MAY – 4PM A path well-trodden - following the footprints of fearsome beasts from Britain's deep history – with and Neil Davies Book for Cambridge Series here
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Cambridge Festival of Ideas May 27
TOMORROW – 28 MAY – 1PM Rethinking decision making in a world – with Book for Cambridge Series here
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