What's on in Huntingdon and St Ives this weekend.
24th July 2016
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There is lots going on this weekend, for both adults and children. Check out what below to see what takes your fancy. 

Weekend Long Events


Join St Ives Market Square for their weekend long Beer Festival. Running from 11am Saturday until 9pm Sunday. Sample some craft ales, and cider with a wide range of hot food to try and some music on stage to relax to. 

Along with all of the weekend long events there are lots of great 1 day events taking place, so go and support your local community. 

Friday 29th July.

End your week by enjoying a relaxing cup of coffee at The A14 Networking at The Taproom, St Ives, and meet other local businesses.


After networking pop over to St Ives Corn Exchange, for the Country Marketfor a range of homemade, home grown local produce, or visit Huntingdon Town for their Farmers Market. 

Check out some amazing fossils with the Norris Museum at Huntingdon Library, at Fantastic Fossils. Learn about what they are and where they come from. 

Let the children get messy and enjoy playing with the mud at Wicken Fen as they host the first of 3 dates over the Summer Holidays of Mud Glorious Mudfrom 10.30am – 12.30pm or 2pm – 4pm. 


 Saturday 30th July.

Visit Huntingdon town for their bi-weekly market.

Car Boots today are at Huntingdon Racesource, or St Neots Common. 


Fancy yourself as a bit of a biker? Then check out this Time Trial event in Huntingdon in aid of Help For Heros. Just £1 donation fee see how long it takes you to cycle one mile and you could be in with a chance to win a 50day trail pass at One Leisure. 

Dance the night away at the ever popular Burgess Hall's, Boogie Night. The night kicks off at 8pm and carries on through until 1am! A great way to let your hair down and dance like no one is watching! 


Sunday 31st July.

You can visit Car Boot Sales today at Huntingdon Racecourse, Skylark Garden Centre and Crystal Lakes.  


Check out the dragonflies at Fen Drayton Lakes and see just how many there are living around the lake. Learn how to identify them and how to spot them.

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