Rampton Relay – Sunday 30th April

Rampton '77 Committee are pleased to announce the return of the popular Rampton Relay event on Sunday 30th April. The course is exactly 1 Rampton mile in length. The 'race' can be run (or walked) by single runners or by teams of four in a relay of one lap of the course each. Relay teams of primary school aged...  Read More...

Rampton Grand Jumble Sale

Rampton '77 Committee Grand Jumble Sale will be held on Saturday 25th March 2017 in Rampton Village Hall. All donations welcome the evening before or before 09.30 on the day. Doors open at 10am. We look forward to seeing you there. Doors open at 10am. We look forward to seeing you there.  Doors open at 10am. We...  Read More...

Tithe Barn Trust awarded grant!

The Tithe Barn Trust at Landbeach is over the moon to announce that it has been supported by a grant from the Architectural Heritage Fund which promotes the conservation and sustainable re-use of historic buildings for the benefit of communities across the UK. Christine Taylor, Tithe Barn Trust Trustee and Treasurer, says “This is fantastic news as this grant will...  Read More...

A Christmas Consort – All Saints’ Church Cottenham

A charity concert in aid of the choir 'Sing to Remember', based in Landbeach run by Jan Payne, for those with various sorts of memory loss, and their carers. The Christmas concert will be held at All Saints Church Cottenham on Saturday 10 December at 7.30pm. Hot on the heels of our highly successful 'There is Sweet...  Read More...

Singing for Remembrance

Cottenham’s amazing Tyrannochorus choir, with its wide variety of ages, held a concert at All Saints’ Church on the Saturday after Armistice Day. Its purpose was remembrance, particularly of what happened in the Battle of the Somme in 1916, but also for all those who died in other wars of the 20th and 21st centuries. Siobhan Lihoreau’s choir is known...  Read More...

WOW – It’s the Wizard of Oz!

Wizard of Oz, the 1939 film starring Judy Garland, is regarded as one of the top 100 films of all time (Remember it? How it starts in black and white and turns dramatically to colour?). Suddenly the story has become popular in Cambridgeshire as a stage show as well. Cottenham Theatre Workshop is first out of the box with a...  Read More...

Fen Edge Festival 2017 – We need your votes!

To help us put on the Fen Edge Festival 2017 we have applied for a £1,000 grant from the Aviva Community Fund. The grant will be used to cover the costs of hiring the marquee, stage and sound system for THE VENUE, our setting for live music and performances throughout the weekend – all at no charge. This initiative...  Read More...

Brooks Williams at Rampton Village Hall

Brooks Williams returns for a fourth time to Rampton after his previous sell out appearances. The evening will be a feast of blues guitar, groove-laden songs and cheery banter.  A must for anyone who appreciates acoustic guitar playing at its best. Ranked one of the Top 100 Acoustic Guitarists, singer-songwriter Brooks Williams writes and delivers his songs with an easy-going vocal...  Read More...

Cottenham Fun Run helps Cottenham Primary School Learning Resource Centre

The Cottenham Fun Run, held in May, raised £700 and today the proceeds were presented by the Fen Edge Community Association to Cottenham Primary School.  At school assembly Mr James Kilsby, Headteacher, announced that the money would be used to buy new books and materials for the school’s Learning Resource Centre. The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) opened a year ago...  Read More...

Cottenham Community Centre presents a Halloween Magic Party

Cottenham Community Centre invites you to join us at a Halloween themed magic party. It promises to be a very special afternoon of spooky fun and mysterious magic with The Magical World of Mr Marvel, children’s entertainer. Dress up in your spookiest Halloween costume and prepare to be amazed! Sunday 30th October from 2pm – 4pm Tickets £3.50 includes a Kids’...  Read More...