Stapleford, Cambridge eventDateTimeVenueDetails
Cambridge South railway station consultation event  Jan 30 1pm-5pmJubilee Pavilion Stapleford 

 Cambridge Chamber AcademyFeb 2 7.30pm  Stapleford Granary£15  
 Green and blue bin collection day Feb 4   
 Wine tasting Feb 77pm Stapleford Granary Noel Young is also hosting a tasting at, and in partnership with the wonderful Stapleford Granary Friday 7thFebruary 6.30pm for 7.00pm start
Noel will be presenting a selectin of French classic wines, nothing orange or oxidised just some absolutely delicious wines that have been popular for centuries.
For bookings please contact Stapleford Granary directly. 
Hyungi Lee coffee concert 

 Feb 9 NoonStapleford Granary £12  
Heating your home with less carbon Feb 9 Noon-1pm53 Bury Road, Stapleford Bill & Valerie Powell modernised their 1957 'semi' at 53 Bury Road Stapleford ten years ago. It has no boiler. Yet it became number 70 on the Sustainable Energy Academy list of 'SuperHomes', homes which achieve at least 60% CO2 reduction. You are invited to come and see how their unusual techniques keep them very comfortable, either from 12 noon - 1 pm on Sunday 9th February or from 6:30 - 7:30 pm on Monday 17th February. Ring Bill for further information on 01223 843415, or just come.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT EVENT ON THE BABRAHAM RESEARCH CAMPUS Feb 12  NoonMEETING ON THE RIVER BRIDGE, where the public footpath crosses the estate access road. 
Join a member of the Estates team to help our tree plantations on site, by helping to remove tree guards from established trees. We may carry out a litter pick along the river bank as well. Gloves will be provided, please wear stout footwear.

If you are unable to attend, don’t worry – this activity will be repeated on the 11th of March, same time, same place.

Please contact for further details.
Stapleford Parish Council meeting Feb 12 7.30pm  Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford 

Feb 14  7.30pm Stapleford Granary£20  
 Evelyn Nallen and the Zero Gravity BandFeb 16 Noon  Stapleford Granary£12  
 Imogen Cooper

Feb 21 7.30pm Stapleford Granary £20  
Photo: Sim Canetty Clarke
 Beethoven sonatas for violin and piano

 Feb 22 1pm and 7.30pmStapleford Granary Afternoon concert £12 Evening concert £15  
Photo Kaupo Kikkas
 Hansel and Gretel family concert Feb 23 NoonStapleford Granary £12  
 2G3S conversation evening - Eco-friendly gardening at a time of climate change’.Feb 24  8pmCox’s Close Community Centre, StaplefordOur next Conversation Evening will be on the theme of ‘Eco-friendly gardening at a time of climate change’. Come and share tips on how to modify your gardening practice to protect wildlife and adjust to a probably drier and warmer future.  
 Local author Helen Harwood will be enchanting us with Tales from the Wood. Feb 262pm Great Shelford library Tickets available from the library or by calling 0345 045 5225 


Suggested £1.00 donation for refreshments 
 Kairos 4tet featuring Emilia Martensson

Feb 28 7.30pm Stapleford Granary £18  
 Shelford Swish/ Repair cafeFeb 29 2.30pm (Swish) Great Shelford Free Church 
Shelford Swish

Feel you have nothing to wear despite a wardrobe stuffed with clothes? Want to exchange clothes that don’t fit for ones that do? Keen not to add to the fast fashion problem and your global footprint? If the answer is yes, then Shelford’s Swish, to be held at Great Shelford Free Church (opposite the coop) is for you. We are taking women’s, men’s and children’s clothes, shoes and accessories. Bring along and take as much as you like. Items must be clean and in good condition. Whilst the team are sorting clothes you can enjoy homemade cake at Cara Coffee next door and catch up on other environmental activities.

At the Free Church we are delighted to be teaming up with 2G3S (Green Groups in the Shelfords, Stapleford and Sawston)and Romsey Mill to organise this event, which will run concurrently with the Repair Cafe also at the Free Church.

Repair Café*: Great Shelford Free Church, Saturday 29 February, 2 – 5 pm

Our latest Repair Café where we shall repair electrical, electronic and mechanical items, bikes, textiles, jewellery, and general bits & bobs. Watch the repairers work on your item and get their advice; have a cuppa and piece of cake while you wait. All free; donations welcome. You can just turn up with your item, but you may have to wait; it’s better to book it in. Bookings will be open from 3 – 27 February inclusive – go to and follow the links. This time we are immensely grateful to the District Council who have offered to fill in the online booking form for those who have no access to a computer: ring Emma Dyer on 01954 713344.

Please drop off your clothes on Saturday February 29th at 2:00 for a Swish that will start at 2:30 and end at 3:30 pm. Entry is free but donations to Romsey Mill are very welcome. If you have queries, please email: 
 Green and blue bin collection dayMarch 3    
 An evening with the Rev Richard Coles

 March 57.30pm Stapleford Granary £20  
Photo: BBC
Drawn from nature in partnership with ecological consultancy MKA Ecology
 March 6 exhibition open then runs til March 2710am-5pm Stapleford Granary Free  
The History Mackays Shop and engineering firm - Stapleford History Society talkMarch 10  7.45pm Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford  Stapleford History Society talky Duncan Mackay
Stapleford Parish Council meeting March 11 7.30pm Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford  
 St Catharine's College Choir and tenor madness March 14 7.30pm Stapleford Granary£15  
 Cann Twins March 15Noon  Stapleford Granary£12  
 Yorkston Thorne Khan

 March 19 7.30pmStapleford Granary £15  
Yorkston Thorne Khan -  © Pulkit Sharma

 Shelford and Stapleford Youth Initiative big breakfastMarch 28 8-11amLittle Shelford Memorial Hall 
 Philip Clouts Quartet

April 5  NoonStapleford Granary £12  
Stapleford Parish Council meeting  April 8 7.30pmJubilee Pavilion, Stapleford  
 Julian Meredith

 Exhibition opens May 1 and runs weekdays until July 310am-5pm  Stapleford GranaryFree  
Adam Heron Trio
May 10 Noon Stapleford Granary £12  
 Cambridgeshire Calendar customs - Stapleford History Society talk May 127.45pm  Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford Stapleford History Society talk by Dr Maureen James
 Annual Parish Meeting May 13 7.30pmJubilee Pavilion, Stapleford  

May 14  7.30pmStapleford Granary £15 
Folk band of the year at the BBC2 Folk Awards 2017 
Branwen with Michael Harvey and Pauline Don presented by the Cambridge Storytellers
 May 297.30pm  Stapleford Granary£12  
 Anna Szakucka

June 7 Noon Stapleford Granary £12  

Anna Szalucka -  © Paulina Sobczak

 Stapleford Parish Council meetingJune 10  7.30pmJubilee Pavilion, Stapleford  
Acoustic Triangle
June 12 7.30pm Stapleford Granary £20  
Stapleford Village Week-end June 18-21    
 Lucy Cavendish Singers

 June 21Noon Stapleford Granary £12  
Boo Hewerdine and the Phoenix Chorale 

June 27 7.30pm Stapleford Granary £15  
Boo Hewerdine -  © Westenberg

 Martin Roscoe and members of the Allegri Quartet

July 2   7,30pm Stapleford Granary£25  
Photo Eric Richmond
 Hoagy! The music of Hoagy Carmichael presented by the Chris Ingham Quartet

 July 3 7.30pm Stapleford Granary£15  
 Stapleford Parish Council meetingJuly 8 7.30pmJubilee Pavilion, Stapleford  
Wise women or witches -what was a midwife?  Stapleford History Society talkJuly 14 7.45pm  Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford Stapleford History Society talk by Gillian Pett
 Stapleford Parish Council meetingSept 9 7.30pm Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford  
 Stapleford Parish Council meetingOct 14 7.30pm Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford 
 Stapleford Parish Council meetingNov 117.30pm Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford  
 Stapleford Parish Council meetingDec 97.30pm Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford