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Land Marks – 12th September to 2nd October 2016

Date:  Monday, 12 September 2016 (All day) – Sunday, 2 October 2016 (All day) Tuesday 12 September to Sunday 2 October  Weekdays 12 – 4 pm  Weekends 10 – 4 pm An exhibition of paintings by 5 local artists. The title of the exhibition ‘Land Marks’ draws your attention to the marks in the landscape and the marks made by the artists as they explore and interpret the world around them in their own unique way. Location Babylon Gallery Waterside Ely CB7 4AU United Kingdom See map: Google Maps read more

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Land Marks – 12th September to 2nd October 2016

Students come up with ideas for Ely’s new park

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Tue, 12/23/2014
Year 8 Geography students from Ely College got the chance to influence the design of the new North Ely Park this month when they presented their ideas to local councillors.
 
Seven groups of students delivered presentations to Councillor Tony Cornell – Chairman of East Cambridgeshire District Council, Councillor Lis Every – Mayor of Ely, Councillor Mike Rouse – ward councillor for Ely North and Sheils Flynn – the landscape consultants who have been appointed to develop a plan for the Park.
 

The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Students come up with ideas for Ely’s new park

Archaeological Society talk: Must Farm Investigations – a Neolithic and Bronze Age Landscape – 16th March 2015

Date:  Monday, 16 March 2015 – 8:00pm Archaeological Society talk: Must Farm Investigations – a Neolithic and Bronze Age Landscape Ely & District Archaeological Society present a talk by Mark Knight One of the best preserved examples of prehistoric river life ever found in Britain has been unearthed at a Fenland Quarry – including six longboats some 3,000 years old. Held in the New Room, Methodist Church Cost:  Visitors £2.50, Members Free Contact:  Ely & District Archaeological Society Email:  enquiries@elyarchaeology.org.uk Website:  Ely & District Archaeological Society Location Methodist Church 13 – 15 Chapel Street Ely CB6 1AD United Kingdom See map: Google Maps

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Archaeological Society talk: Must Farm Investigations – a Neolithic and Bronze Age Landscape – 16th March 2015