Podcast: What’s on in Cambridge – July 2019

I’ve just published a quick podcast, talking about a few of the events you’ll find in my What’s on in July listing.  Have a listen here or search your usual podcast platform for New in Cambridge.

All the links for these events are in the listing and on the podcast but to make life easy, here they are again!

Cambridge Open Studios    http://www.camopenstudios.co.uk

Sounds Green    http://www.botanic.cam.ac.uk

Cambridge Shakespeare Festival    http://www.cambridgeshakespeare.com

It’s a busy month in the city and there’s lots going on so do take a look at the full What’s on in July listing for more.

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Podcast: Eco Living and Zero Waste in Cambridge

I’ve made another podcast!  In this episode, I chat to some of the people who are at the forefront of the eco living and zero waste movements in Cambridge and who have lots of ideas to help us tread a little more lightly on this planet.   Just search for New in Cambridge on Spotify or your favourite podcast platform.

The podcast chats are necessarily quite brief so to find out more, take a look at my guests’ websites:

Full Circle Shop    http://www.fullcircleshop.co.uk

Cambridge Food Hub    http://www.cambridgefoodhub.org

Cambridge Cookery School and Cafe    http://www.cambridgecookery.com

Eco Living Festival Cambridge    http://www.cambridgeecolivingfestival.uk

My thanks to Johanna, Alice and Tine for giving their time to make this podcast.

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Podcast: What’s on in Cambridge, June 2019

I made a podcast! I’ve been thinking about doing this for a while but it’s all very new to me and I’m still getting to grips with the technology …..

In this episode, I’m talking about art, music, celebrations and outdoor swimming in Cambridge.

You can find this podcast episode on Spotify and on the main podcast listening platforms.  Just search for New in Cambridge.

Please have a listen and do get in touch through my Contact page if you’d like to suggest topics for future podcasts.

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