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October 2020

Facebook Live: Brain Injuries and WW1 Live

7 October 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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On 7th October 7pm, join us for a talk with museum professional Claire Adler, who will be telling us about the fascinating discoveries made by the research that Headway Cambridgeshire Research Group, which links brain injury and WWI. Just tune in to our Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/museumofcambridge  

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Weaving Our Stories

18 October 2020, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
The Museum of Cambridge, 2-3 Castle Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 0AQ United Kingdom
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Welcome to the final event of Women Unity Strength. The exhibition at the Museum of Cambridge closed early due to Covid19. Come and reminisce about the past, examine the present and imagine the future, bring objects or words that you are happy to include in the final weaving. Artists Cathy Dunbar, Jane Hellings and Jill Eastland will be creating a live 3 dimensional weaving in the museum courtyard. Yarns will be woven new stories created and truths told Sunday 18th October 2020…

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Haunted Trail For Families

26 October 2020 - 1 November 2020
The Museum of Cambridge, 2-3 Castle Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 0AQ United Kingdom
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This Autumn Half Term, come to the Museum of Cambridge to be seriously spooked! This trail is included in your admission and full of fun activities which will take you and your family around the museum in a thrilling quest for mysterious objects. Bring your own pencil. Terror-ific costumes welcome!Opening hours during Autumn Half Term: Monday 26th Oct to Friday 30th Oct 1-5pm Saturday 31st Oct & Sunday 1st Nov 10am-5pm

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November 2020

Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour (November)

1 November 2020, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Round Church, Round Church, Bridge Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom
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Join us and explore Hidden Cambridge, taking in the streets, alleys, buildings and history of the people living in the area between St John's College and Quayside — the centre of trade that made the town a thriving inland port long before the first students arrived — before crossing the river to Castle Hill and the location of the Roman settlement of Duroliponte.

A walking tour for local residents who want to know more about the side streets and alleyways of the city as well as for visitors who want to discover more of Cambridge beyond King's Parade

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Online Exhibition: The Things We See

2 November 2020 - 13 December 2020
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A creative project by our volunteers, based on personal histories and the objects in our collection. Visit the Exhibition  

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Museum of Cambridge AGM 2020

26 November 2020, 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Zoom

Museum of Cambridge Annual General Meeting The Museum of Cambridge is pleased to invite you to our Annual General Meeting (AGM), to be held at 7.15pm on the evening of Thursday 26 November 2020. This year, under difficult circumstances, the Board has decided that an online AGM is the only practical option. These are exceptional times, not specified for in our Articles, and for the sake of transparency, good governance, and safety, the Board of Trustees have decided to hold a Zoom event, deeming that the 'place' shall be on Zoom, and 'being present' will be on Zoom…

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December 2020

Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour (December)

6 December 2020, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Round Church, Round Church, Bridge Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom
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Join us and explore Hidden Cambridge, taking in the streets, alleys, buildings and history of the people living in the area between St John's College and Quayside — the centre of trade that made the town a thriving inland port long before the first students arrived — before crossing the river to Castle Hill and the location of the Roman settlement of Duroliponte.

A walking tour for local residents who want to know more about the side streets and alleyways of the city as well as for visitors who want to discover more of Cambridge beyond King's Parade

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Black and white photograph of Saxon Street

Cambridge Talks: Telling Tales of Cambridge City

21 December 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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How much do you really know about the history of Cambridge? Join us to explore the little-known history of this famous city.

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Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour (30 December)

30 December 2020, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Round Church, Round Church, Bridge Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom
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Join us and explore Hidden Cambridge, taking in the streets, alleys, buildings and history of the people living in the area between St John's College and Quayside — the centre of trade that made the town a thriving inland port long before the first students arrived — before crossing the river to Castle Hill and the location of the Roman settlement of Duroliponte.

A walking tour for local residents who want to know more about the side streets and alleyways of the city as well as for visitors who want to discover more of Cambridge beyond King's Parade

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January 2021

Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour (January)

3 January, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Round Church, Round Church, Bridge Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom
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Join us and explore Hidden Cambridge, taking in the streets, alleys, buildings and history of the people living in the area between St John's College and Quayside — the centre of trade that made the town a thriving inland port long before the first students arrived — before crossing the river to Castle Hill and the location of the Roman settlement of Duroliponte.

A walking tour for local residents who want to know more about the side streets and alleyways of the city as well as for visitors who want to discover more of Cambridge beyond King's Parade

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