Keeping Cambridge Special – NOW FULLY BOOKED

01 Oct 20169.00am to 1.00pmParticipants will be asked to donate a minimum of £5 to help cover expenses.
Other local eventConservationEducation and learningMeetingPlanning

Cambridge is changing fast.
Come and tell us what you think makes it special and how should we look after it.

0900 Registration and coffee
0930 Welcome by meeting chair – Ros Aveling (chair of CambridgePPF)
0940 Introductory talks
Community concerns – Wendy Blythe (Federation of Cambridge Residents Associations)
A college view – Nicky Padfield (Master of Fitzwilliam College)
The role of the architect – Tom Foggin (Cambridge Association of Architects)
The business view – David Cleevely (Cambridge Ahead)
1050 Coffee
1110 Breakout groups – your views on what you have heard
What did you like?
What didn’t you like?
What actions need taking?
1220 Report back and discussion – led by Lewis Herbert (Leader of Cambridge City Council)
1300 End

Admission by ticket only, book here.

Participants will be asked to donate a minimum of £5 to help cover expenses.

Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge. CB3 0WA

 

 

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