Reading Mrs  DallowaySept 16 11am  Stapleford Granary
£90 / £75 students. Includes lunch Presented by Literature Cambridge

Mrs Dalloway (1925) is one of Woolf’s best-known novels.Three Woolf experts will lead us through the book, helping us to understand its ideas and its literary techniques more deeply. Susan Sellers is general editor of the Cambridge University Press editions of Virginia Woolf. Trudi Tate is a literary expert on Woolf and the First World War. Claire Nicholson is on the Executive Council of the Virginia Woolf Society and has published articles on Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group.

Further information: http://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/study-days/ 
 Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker & John Doyle Sept 22  Stapleford Granary
Four week Yoga beginners course Sept 25 6.15pm Jubilee Pavilion4-week beginners yoga course

My aim is to teach gentle classes in a friendly environment where everyone can participate, even if they are complete beginners. I'm fully trained (by Camyoga), and will be running a 4-week beginners course at Stapleford Pavilion on Monday evenings, 6:15-7:15 from 25 Sept.

Booking is online at:

advance booking required
bookwhen.com/jacquilinesyoga or email jgarget@gmail.com
Clare College Choir concert Sept 26  7pmSt Andrew's Church Tickets £12 including a glass of wine at www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/376063 or ring 840256
Costa Award Nominee, Guinevere Glasford will be talking about her novel, The Words in My Hand.  Sept 27 2pm Great Shelford library Costa Award Nominee, Guinevere Glasford will be talking about her novel, The Words in My Hand. 

Free event but tickets required – available from the library. 

Tea, coffee, biscuits available for a small donation 

Library Contact No. 0345 045 5225 

Please note that due to the increasing popularity of Engage, tickets will now be required for entrance. 

Numbers will be limited to 30. 

2G3S Green living afternoon 

Oct 1  2pm-4.30pm Jubilee Pavilion, Stapleford, Cambridge

As last year we shall feature the apple press, so do bring along your apples to be made into juice! As well as exhibition stands and talks, we shall also feature a mini ‘Repair Café’. The Repair bit will be a small number of repairers fixing things that people come with on the day .  

Details from greengroupssss@gmail.com

 Stapleford Village Cafe  Oct 8 2.30pm - 4.30pm Jubilee Pavilion staplefordvillagecafe@yahoo.com 
 Stapleford History Society talk -recent archaeology South CambridgeshireOct 10  7.45pm Jubilee Pavilion Talk by Richard Mortimer
www.history society.staplefordvillage.org.uk
 Stapleford Parish CouncilOct 11 7.30pm Jubilee Pavilion  staplefordparishclerk@gmail.com 
 Diamond : A Window into the Deep EarthOct 12 7.30pm Stapleford Granary www.staplefordgranary.org.uk  
 Stapleford Men's Fellowship Oct 12  
our Speaker on 12th October is James Litttlewood,
CEO of Cambridge Past, Present and Future - the title of his talk
"18,000 miles cycling around the world" - 

She'Koyokh  Oct 14 7.30pmStapleford Granary 
 Gary Ryan - Sunday Coffee ConcertOct 15 12 noon Stapleford Granary 
 The Wind in the Willows  Oct 207.30pm Stapleford Granary 
 Allegri String Quartet Nov 37.30pm Stapleford Granary 
Magog Singers concert  Nov 3 St Mary's Church, Great Shelford 

Stapleford Parish Council  Nov 8 7.30pmJubilee Pavilion staplefordparishclerk@gmail.com  
 Stapleford Men's Fellowship Nov 9  
 Phil Sharkey is the speaker

 Stapleford Village Cafe  Nov 12 2.30pm - 4.30pm Jubilee Pavilion staplefordvillagecafe@yahoo.com 
Ali Smith and Dame Gillian Beer: Reading and Conversation  Nov 122pm Stapleford Granary 



 Andy Sheppard - Beyond the DancingNov 14  7.30pm Stapleford Granary 

Part of the Cambridge International Jazz festival £25


 Imogen Cooper- Steinway recital  Nov 17 7.30pmStapleford Granary £25
Shelford and Stapleford Youth Initiative quiz  Nov 187.30pm  Great Shelford Memorial Hall
Stapleford Community School Christmas gift fair Nov 19 11am- 3pm  This year we are celebrating our 30th anniversary and preparations are in full swing for a very special gift fair. If you're interested in a stall at this year's fair, please email us at staplefordcraftfair@homail.com for details. Food stalls welcome! 
 Alex Hitchcock Quintet - Sunday Jazz Coffee Concert Nov 19 12 noon Stapleford Granary 

Cambridge International Jazz Festival 2017


 Magog Singers concertDec 2   St Andrew's Church, Stapleford

 Stapleford Village Cafe   Dec 102.30pm - 4.30pm Jubilee Pavilion staplefordvillagecafe@yahoo.com 
 Reiko Fujisawa - Sunday Steinway Coffee Concert  Dec 10  12 noonStapleford Granary  £12 
 Stapleford History society - cocktail shakers - a talk and a displayDec 12 7.45pm  Jubilee PavilionTalk by Nick Pett
www.history society.staplefordvillage.org.uk 
 Stapleford Parish Council Dec 137.30pm Jubilee Pavilion staplefordparishclerk@gmail.com  
 Prime Brass Family Christmas Concert  Dec 163pm and 5pm  Stapleford Granary 

15.00 & 17.00 £15 / £8 under 16 | Family ticket (for 4) £40

Stapleford History society - Bringing the cemetery alive  Jan 9 7.45pmJubilee Pavilion The American war cemetery at Madingly - talk by Arthur Broookes
www.history society.staplefordvillage.org.uk 
Stapleford History society - Cambridge Ghosts  March 137.45pm  Jubilee Pavilion Talk by Robert Halliday
www.history society.staplefordvillage.org.uk 
Stapleford History society - "I regret inform you" the first day of the Somme May 8 7.45pm Jubilee PavilionThe Somme through the yes of one Cambridge Man - talk by Mike Levy, lesley Ford and company
www.history society.staplefordvillage.org.uk  
Stapleford History society - Hideous Cambridge July 10 7.45pm Jubilee PavilionTalk by David Jones
www.history society.staplefordvillage.org.uk  
Stapleford Village Weekend 2018 June 21