Liz Cotton: Last Stand on Honey Hill, Saturday 19th November, 8pm, The Junction, Cambridge

With her children leaving home and marriage on the rocks, comic singer Liz Cotton writes saucy lyrics as a secret hobby to help her cope with life. But when a billion-pound private water company reveals its plans to put a sewage plant next door things go from bad to worse. Can Liz and two small Cambridgeshire villages harness the power of song to save their community - and her future?  For more…

A Fenland History Saver Shares All, online talk, Friday 18th November 7pm – 10pm

Fen Folks Fridays are free friendly monthly zoom meet-ups featuring speakers and topics for those who enjoy meeting others who love the fens. In this talk Mike Petty reflects on his 70 years of collecting and sharing Cambridgeshire local history. For more information go to

The Federation of Cambridge Residents Associations (FeCRA) AGM, online, Tuesday 15th November, 7pm – 8.30pm.

Includes a talk “Cambridge for Sale: who is buying?” by Ian Williams.  For more information about this free event go to

Environmental legislation post-Brexit: an environmental activist's guide, Wednesday 2nd November, 6.30pm

In this online talk Lisa Foster will look at key environmental legislation post-Brexit and what this means for the environment and environmental activists. For more information and to book a free place please go to

Food for the Planet Festival, Saturday 22nd October, 11am – 6pm, Cambridge Museum of Technology

A family and climate friendly free event, with stalls, children’s activities, films and more.  For more details visit