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Ralph Nimmann & Vitalija have moved to Hebden Bridge in Calderdale / West Yorkshire in September 2012
Ralph is still maintaining this Events page - if you mail your Cambridge event to rainbowralph[AT]gmail.com, it may be published here.
Helen is a Community Leader for this global organisation that helps and heals on the spiritual path. Many of the healings have been verified by medical doctors. The Circle of Friends meet in Cambridge every three weeks, see below for venue and schedule.
Contact: Helen Hart, yourfreedompath[AT]gmail.com - More: www.yourfreedompath.co.uk/#!bruno-groening
Venue: Centre at St Paul's, Hills Road, Cambridge
The Circle of Friends meet in Cambridge every three weeks. To attend a Community Meeting you must first be introduced,
We are now accepting bookings for stalls at the Faith Fair and receiving offers of speakers for the Celebration of Community. We envisage having ten or eleven speakers, of whom the first will be the Mayor of Cambridge, Councillor Gerri Bird. We have space for up to about twenty stalls. We hope to have a programme of speakers and stalls that reflect the spectrum of faiths in the local community.
The venue this year is the same as last year: Anglia Ruskin University, East Road, Cambridge CB1 1PT, Room LAB 005 in the Lord Ashcroft Building. The recommended entry to the Lord Ashcroft Building is from Broad Street, (the street which leads from East Road along the eastern boundary of the ARU campus).
There is no car parking available on the campus, except that disabled parking may be available if sufficient advance notice is given. There is on-street parking and public car parks within walking distance. Stallholders can deliver heavy items at the entrance to the Lord Ashcroft Building, before going away to park.
There will be no charge for entry to the event or for refreshments (tea/coffee and biscuits). This year we have not set a charge for having a stall at the Fair, but we would appreciate a contribution towards expenses of, say, £10 from groups who have funds available for this purpose. If a non-faith group wishes to have a stall, we will consider it, but we will expect to make a charge. The room is booked from 1.00 to 5.00 p.m. We envisage starting the talks that comprise the Celebration of Community at 2.00 p.m. The theme this year is “The origin of my faith.” Following the talks, people will be free to visit whatever stalls are of interest to them. We hope that stallholders will locate their stalls and do whatever is needed to set them out during the hour before 2.00 p.m. and that they will plan to stay until at least 4.30. The refreshments will be available when the speakers have finished. We plan to have the talks in room LAB 005 and the stalls in the foyer area immediately outside the door to the room, as in 2013.
We envisage that each speaker will have five minutes to tell the audience about “The origin of my faith.” In this way we can all learn more about the different faiths and their origins. After the talks we can go to the stalls to learn more by asking questions and looking at literature.
We would like to compile the lists of stalls and speakers well ahead of the event, and so an early response to this message would be appreciated, even if your response is only provisional at this stage. Please reply to me by e-mail or phone.
As soon as my computer is working correctly, I will send a message attaching a poster advertising the event. We would like as many people as possible to know about the event and so would appreciate any help you can give in publicizing it. This is particularly the case this year as we have not had financial support from the City Council and will have to rely a lot on people who wish to support the event making it known to those on their mailing lists who may be interested.
David Wilman (Chair and Secretary) - ddw[AT]aber.ac.uk - Cambridge 276912
LINKS to other events pages for Cambridge:
Cambs Community - FREE Events! www.cambscommunity.co.uk/
UKSpirituality www.ukspirituality.org (high quality spirituality programmes and events across the UK)
www.movingtone.com - all music events & networking in Cambridgeshire
What's On - by 'Local Secrets' (good listings with links): http://www.localsecrets.com/cambridge/whatson-things-to-do/this-week.cfm
"We're All Neighbours" - Cambridge Events listings www.wereallneighbours.co.uk
Britain's What's On Events Guide www.WhereCanWeGo.com
Community classifieds Cambridge Gumtree: http://cambridge.gumtree.com
University of Cambridge Events: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/news/events/index.cgi
Cambridge Online City => events www.colc.co.uk/about/events.html
Cambridge Evening News / Events: www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Whats-on/
Events @ Libra & Aries (spiritual / alternative Bookshop): http://www.libra-aries-books.co.uk/events/
Cambridge University student events (CUSU): www.cusu.cam.ac.uk/events
Cambridge Tourist Office - not only for Tourists: www.visitcambridge.org
Stress Management & Holistic Health Courses Seminars Workshops www.sunflower-health.com/workshops.htm
Spiritual Unfoldment Network: www.sunlodge.plus.com/Events.html
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