Things to do in June In and around Huntingdon
June 1, 2024

Barbecue Time – Lakeside Lodge, Pidley – Sunday 2nd June. 11am – 3pm

Enjoy a delicious barbecue on the terrace and have a look around at the facilities that Lakeside Lodge has on offer. Full bar and clubhouse menu also available.

Lakeside Lodge Golf & Country Club, Fen Road, Pidley. PE28 3DF.

Tickets: No booking necessary.

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – St Peter’s Church, Offord Darcy – Thursday 6th June 7pm to 8.30pm Doors open 6.30pm

This fantastic production, performed by This Is My Theatre, a popular touring group of professional young actors, is a family-friendly offering packed with music, magic and puppetry, which are sure to delight all ages.

St Peter’s Church is a wonderful and atmospheric building which lends itself to theatrical productions.

Refreshments/bar. Free parking.

St Peter’s Church, High Street, Offord Darcy, St Neots PE19 5RH

Tickets: General admission £15/concessions £10. www.ticketoffice.stpeters@gmail.com

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St Neots Model Railway Exhibition – The Priory Centre, St Neots – Saturday 15th June, 10am to 4:30pm

Discover ten captivating model railway layouts showcasing the possibilities across popular scales. Explore seven trade stands offering essential railway modeling supplies, featuring renowned brands like Squires Craft and Hobby Supplies. Let kids unleash their creativity on a G scale track and witness a live demonstration on enhancing off-the-shelf stock with authentic weathering techniques.

Don’t miss the St Neots Model Railway club stand. Who also meet at Buckden Village Community Centre 7pm 10pm every Wednesday

Priory Centre, St Neots, PE19 2BH

www.stneotsmrc.com

Find St Neots Model Railway Club Exhibition page on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ stneotsmodelrailwayclubexhibition

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The Anglia Comedy Allstars – The Burgess Hall, St Ives – Saturday 15th June

Enjoy a night of laughter and celebration as The Anglia Comedy Allstars return to where it all began, The Burgess Hall in St Ives. Featuring the comedic talents of Milton Jones, Geoff Norcott, Felicity Ward, and Scott Bennett, it’s sure to be an unforgettable evening of hilarity and fun.

Doors 7.00 pm/show starts 8.00pm Tickets are available from £22

www.angliacomedy.com/aca.html

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Broughton Flower Festival and Wonderful Open Gardens – Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June.

Take a wander through the village and visit over 20 gardens that have opened their gates to welcome you and to show off their special, and each one unique, gardens. There will be a dazzling display of flowers in the Church where the theme will be “Reasons to Celebrate”.

Look around the Classic cars assembled on the Village Green and enjoy listening to the Street Organ playing popular tunes. Visit the Art Exhibition in the Village Hall to admire (and perhaps buy) works of art by The Warboys Art Group and don’t forget to visit The Old Rectory where you can buy a homemade cake and satisfy your inner needs with a Cream Tea in the lovely walled garden. You will also find a plant stall here.

And where is Broughton I hear you ask – Hidden in a valley 1 mile off the A141, 6 miles north of Huntingdon, just before Oldhurst. Post Code PE28 3A

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Classic Vehicle Night with Pig-Cassos, The Crystal Ship Café and Bar, Earith – Wednesday 19th June

Got a classic? Bring it down? Like classics? Come down and have a look around a beer and some great food with friends Pig-Cassos catering for the evening.

32-33 Earith Business Park, Meadow Drove, Earith, Huntingdon

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Lulu’s Outdoor Cinema, The Crown Inn – Pretty Woman (15), all tickets £5, Friday 21st June

Enjoy a captivating cinema screening of this beloved romantic comedy. Relive the enchanting tale of love and transformation in a vibrant atmosphere filled with laughter and heartwarming moments.

The Crown Inn, Broughton, Huntingdon

www.lulusoutdoorcinema.com

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Paint, Sip & Relax Night, Club Tropicana at Hare on the Green, Brampton, Monday 24th June – 6:30pm

Welcome to The Social Canvas – these art events are not formal fine art classes but alternative fun art social experiences. A different kind of night out where you get to create a one-of-a-kind painting unique to you, guided along step-by-step by our artist. All art supplies included and you get to take your finished masterpiece home to hang on your wall with pride.

Hare on the Green, 40 The Green, Huntingdon, PE28 4RH

www.thesocialcanvas.co.uk

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Offord Goes Wild, St Peter’s Church, Offord Darcy – Saturday 29th June 11am – 4pm

An Open day in the churchyard for all local residents and children to visit the churchyard to see the progress made on the rewilding project.

There will be a: A Discovery trail; Bird spotting; Wildlife rubbings; Crafts and fun for the children; a plant sale; Cambridgeshire Beekeepers Association; Cambridgeshire Mammals Group findings; Refreshments – including tea and cakes.

Free Entry. All are welcome.

St Peter’s Church, High Street, Offord Darcy, St Neots, PE19 5RH

www.stpetersofforddarcy.co.uk