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Ely Sinfonia present Something Old, New, Borrowed, Blue – 19th June 2015

Date:  Friday, 19 June 2015 – 8:00pm Ely Sinfonia present Something Old, New, Borrowed, Blue Ely Sinfonia will be playing in a midsummer concert as part of the Isle of Ely Arts Festival. The concert will be held in the Presbytery in Ely Cathedral on the theme of “ Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue “. Composers featured will include Haydn, Purcell, Vaughan-Williams, Charles Ives and Joe Zawinul with new arrangements by Rowan Marshall. Cost:  £15, Concessions £12 Tickets from Ely Cathedral Box Office – 01353 660349 (Mon-Sat 9.30am-4pm) or email:  box.office@elycathedral.org  or  BOOK ONLINE Contact:  Ely Cathedral Box Office Telephone:  01353 660349 Email:  publicity@elysinfonia.co.uk Website:  Ely Sinfonia Location Ely Cathedral The Gallery Ely CB7 4DL United Kingdom See map: Google Maps read more

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Ely Sinfonia present Something Old, New, Borrowed, Blue – 19th June 2015

Theonomics book launch – 23rd November 2014

Date:  Sunday, 23 November 2014 – 6:00pm Theonomics book launch Reconnecting Economics with virtue and integrity Peter Sill and Andrew Lightbrown (editors) launch their new book 'Theonomics'. In a world of reckless banking and financial scandal, which resulted in the worldwide recession, this book seeks to reconnect Economics with Virtue and Integrity at the heart of the Benedictine way of life. It contains contributions from Alan Hargrave, the Bishop of Buckingham and those working in the field of business and finance. Signed copies of the book will be available for purchase. Cost:  All welcome.  Free admission. Website:  Ely Cathedral Location Ely Cathedral The Gallery Ely CB7 4DL United Kingdom See map: Google Maps read more

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Theonomics book launch – 23rd November 2014

Transition Ely online video club – March 2009

There’s a whole bunch of good video clips for us to watch this month. Matt Harvey on Transition Towns Poet, funny man and broadcaster Matt Harvey takes a look at the Transition Town movement. He talks to Transition people in Totnes, Stroud and Brixton. Interview with Dmitry Orlov Dimitry Orlov is the author of ‘ Reinventing Collapse ‘.  In his book, Orlov examines the  the demise of the Soviet Union, comparing it to today’s United States and offers insights into how we might prepare for coming events. His blog is well worth reading, this recent post in particular . To finish on a more hopeful note… Natural World — A Farm for the Future Recently shown on BBC2, this is a wonderful programme on energy, food and agriculture Any thoughts, comments, suggestions?

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Transition Ely online video club – March 2009