Cambridgeshire Local Heritage, online talk, Friday 21st October, 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.  This talk features Jess Johnston, Cambridgeshire Local Heritage Lists project Officer who will talk about how buildings and architecture in Cambridgeshire have evolved through time.  For more information visit


Spruce up the orchard at Coton Countryside Reserve, Wednesday 19th October, 10.30am-2.30pm

Join the wardens at Coton for an assortment of orchard tasks; meadow raking, mulching, protecting, picking and pruning. For more information see https://visitsouthcambs.co.uk/events/spruce-up-our-orchard-at-coton-countryside-reserve


Cambridge City Council Cost of living support pop-ups, 19th October – 29th November, various locations

Cambridge City Council cost of living support popups will talk place this autumn at various locations across the city, offering a ‘one stop shop’ where you can get information, guidance and support to help you stay healthy through the winter. For dates, venues and more information please see https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/cost-of-living-support-popups


Climate Action in the Cambridge Community, Sunday October 16th, 11am – 1pm

This free event, including “mini talks” and stalls, will help you to find out how you can help to tackle climate change. This event is one of the many events taking place as part of the Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival 2022. For more information go to https://cambridgesustainablefood.org/events/2022/9/26/5w5pc1ad23070x3fkasv88qlyzxbkt. …


Growing together in Arbury, Saturday October 15th, 11am – 1pm

This free event celebrates plants, bees, nature and food and includes tips for pesticide free, urban gardening and hands on activities to learn to grow your own vegetables. For more information go to https://cambridgesustainablefood.org/events/2022/10/15/free-biodiverse-food-growing-day-arbury-court