Pre book now before they all go!
Saturday, 25th November 2017
St Pauls Church
Ceilidh Number 1 back in May (https://www.facebook.com/becks5000for50acresofrainforestchallenge/) was so much fun that we are having our 2nd one of the year! So get your dancing shoes on and join us on Saturday the 25th of November for another wonderful evening of country dancing, music and laughter at the beautiful St Pauls Church in Cambridge. (http://www.stpaulscambridge.org.uk/)
The doors will open at 7pm and the evening will begin with a complimentary sparkling drinks reception in the cobbled foyer.
Through the wooden doors, the grand
Main Hall awaits your arrival, where the evening’s events and dancing will take
place from 7.30pm onwards. We are proud to announce that the
fabulous Cambridge University Ceilidh Band will be playing for us again, whose
incredible music will keep you entertained all night long! (https://www.facebook.com/CUCeilidhBand/)
Throughout the evening itself, you can also take part in our raffle, quizzes, up-scaled treasure hunt and more! We have some fantastic prizes up for grabs kindly donated by our local and celebrity supporters and you could be one of the lucky winners (please see the raffle album on facebook for more details of these!). There will be light refreshments and a drinks bar where you can treat yourself to a drink (or two!) for a donation. There will also be some extra special surprises on the evening itself.
We look forward to seeing you there and dancing the evening away! :D
Facebook page: (https://www.facebook.com/worldlandtrustceilidhcambridge2/)
Starts: Saturday, November 25th 2017 at 7:00pm
Bookings close: November 25th 2017
St Pauls Postcode is: CB2 1JP.
How are you getting to the event?
By Car: There are a number of car parks in Cambridge City Centre close to St Pauls. The 2 closest are Queen Anne Terrace car park (CB1 1ND) and Grafton East Multi Storey Car Park (CB1 3NA).
By Bus: There are 5 park and rides all round the city- the last bus back to the P&R is between 7-9pm, so this would only work if you were staying the night in Cambridge. There are lots of other buses though- a list can be found here- http://www4.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/site/custom_scripts/bus_timetable_by_location.aspx?Loc=Cambridge
Bike: There is a small amount of bike parking at the Church. Otherwise, there is a large CyclePoint bike park at Cambridge Train Station. Once parked, it is a 0.5mile walk to the venue.
Train: The Cambridge Train Station is 0.5miles from the venue. Walk down station road and take a right on Hills Road, then you'll find the Church on your right.
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