Top 10 things to do in Cambridgeshire this bank holiday weekend

WONDERING what to do in Cambridgeshire this bank holiday? Here are our top 10 tips: (a lot of it free entry) FRIDAY May 22 and SATURDAY May 23: ST NEOTS: Dad s Army at The Priory Centre presented by St Neots Players. INFORMATION: 7.45pm. Saturday matine

WONDERING what to do in Cambridgeshire this bank holiday?

Here are our top 10 tips: (a lot of it free entry)

FRIDAY May 22 and SATURDAY May 23: ST NEOTS: Dad's Army at The Priory Centre presented by St Neots Players. INFORMATION: 7.45pm. Saturday matinee 2.30pm. Tickets �12/�10. www.stneotsplayers.co.uk

FRIDAY May 22 and SATURDAY May 23: CAMBRIDGE: The BFG at The Arts Theatre. 10.30am and 7pm on Friday and 11am and 6pm on Saturday. Tickets: �10 -�35. 01223 503333 or www.cambridgeartstheatre.com


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SATURDAY May 23: ST NEOTS: Family treasure trail round the town. Collect quiz sheets from St Neots Museum, The Old Court, New Street, St Neots.

INFORMATION: 10.30am to 4.30pm. �1 per family. Runs until May 30.

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SATURDAY May 23- Until MONDAY, May 25: TILBROOK: Beer festival at The White Horse in the High Street. Proceeds to the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Features 12 real ales, including Croak and Stagger. Live music: Split Whiskers, The Ouse Valley Jazz Band, Joker and Midlife Crisis, plus Rod Argent from The Zombies.

INFORMATION: Free entry. Noon-11pm. See www.thewhitehorsetilbrook.co.uk or 01480 860764.

SATURDAY May 23 - Until July 31: ST IVES: Norris Museum, St Ives, Exhibition called Councils of Perfection of items used by local authorities and the police from the 19th century through to the 1960s. Includes decorated truncheons.

INFORMATION: Free entry. Open Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 2pm-5pm, including bank holidays.

SATURDAY May 23: CAMBRIDGE: at The Corner House, Newmarket Road, The Winter Kings, Eureka Stockade and musicians from The Lunar Pilots and Dear Old Blighty in a fundraiser for playwright Paul Richard's Edinburgh Fringe show.

INFORMATION: 7.30pm. Free entry. Donations welcome.

SATURDAY May 23: ST NEOTS: A Big Bands Night with St Neots Concert Band playing pieces by Holst and Eric Coates. At St Mary's Church, Church Street. Part of St Neots Ascensiontide Festival.

INFORMATION: 7.30pm. Tickets �3- �8 from The church office, Waterstones, St Neots Museum or 01480 472297.

SUNDAY May 24: ST NEOTS: St Neots Sinfonia and St Neots Choral Society present a Last Night of the Proms at St Mary's Church, Church Street. Part of St Neots Ascensiontide Festival.

INFORMATION: 7.30pm. Tickets �3- �8 from The church office, Waterstones, St Neots Museum or 01480 472297.

SUNDAY May 24: ST IVES: Tribute Football Match: St Ives Football Club, Westwood Road, St Ives. In memory of Huntingdonshire sportsman, Andrew Parker who died in April. Proceeds to the Child Bereavement Charity.

INFORMATION: From noon until late with charity auction, barbecue, children's entertainment. Entry free. Donations.

SUNDAY May 24: HUNTINGDON: Tumbledown Dick, an exhibition at The Cromwell Museum about the rise and rapid fall of Richard Cromwell, Oliver Cromwell's son.

INFORMATION: Entry Free. The museum is in Grammar School Walk off the High Street. Open Tuesday to Sunday 10.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 4pm. Exhibition runs through the summer.

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