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Cambridge Open Studios - Kay SonnexJuly 11/12, July 18/19 and July 25/26 Window outside 86 High Street, Great Shelford
CB22 5EH, also at Fletchers Way, Great Shelford CB22 5HS

Great Shelford artist Kay Sonnex is taking part in the Cambridge Open Studios #OpenWindows2020 to share her #COSart2020 this July. 

The Covid-19 virus has seen an end to this year's annual art exhibitions.

But some artists including Kay, whose work can be seen below, are showing some of their work through windows at their home.

Her work will be on show on the original Open studios weekends: July 4th/5th, 11th/12th, 18th/19th, 25th/26th inclusively.

Usually, the details of each artist and their work is available in advance. For Open Windows participating artists will decorate their  houses with the Cambridge Open Studios yellow flag and it will become an art treasure hunt for the local neighbourhood.

Each participating artist  will display their name and the Cambridge Open Studios website address alongside their art in their window (each artist has their own page on this website) so people can find out more about each artist they have visited.


Cambridge Open Windows - Jackie LucasJuly 11/12, July 18/19 and July 25/26. Window at 6 High Street, Little ShelfordJackie Lucas is taking part in Cambridge open windows this year during all weekends in July instead of open studios!
All events have been cancelled for me until 

I may also have a gazebo in the front garden safely offering a small selection of jewellery items at safe distance for people to view if the weather permits!

Annie Brash - Cambridge Open studiosJuly 12July 11/12, July 18/19 and July 25/26.Window at 4 Church Street, Great Shelford

Little Shelford Parish Council meetingJuly 207.30pmVirtual 
Little Shelford Fun WeekendSept 11-13 Wale Recreation Ground, Little Shelford

Cancelled. It will next take place on either Sept 4 or 18 2021

Little Shelford Old Boys cricket matchSept 131.30pmWale Recreation Ground, Little Shelford Please join us for our Old Boys Game to close off season! This is always good fun, good cricket and a great social event and this year (due to Covid-19) will be part of the Village Fun Weekend. Refreshments will be available during and after the game. All are welcome to watch. This is also a perfect opportunity to learn about the LSCC Junior Section or playing Cricket as a Senior for LSCC. We are a very social, welcoming club playing in a beautiful location with an excellent Pavilion, Pitch and training facilities.

Information: David Jones, Chairman, LSCC davidjhjones@btinternet.com  847213 or www.littleshelford.play-cricket.com

Shelford Fun RunSept 20  Taking place virtually https://shelfordfunrun.co.uk
Little Shelford Parish Council meetingSept 217.30pmNorth Building, All Saints Church, Little Shelford

Wine and canapes for the Arthur Rank HospiceSept 27 Little Shelford Recreation ground 
SSYI Big BreakfastOct 38-11amLittle Shelford Memorial HallThe Shelford & Stapleford Youth Initiative BIG BREAKFAST


Now on Saturday 3rd October 2020

8-11am Little Shelford Memorial Hall

(Do put it in your diary)
But, join us for a “Virtual Big Breakfast” on Saturday 28th March which will seek to raise some funds to keep SSYI refurbishment of the Youth Centre on-track. Find more information on the “Virtual Big Breakfast” and SSYI activities during COVID-19 at: www.ssyi.club
The history of Royal Papworth HospitalNov 47.30pmLittle Shelford Memorial HallTalk by Becky Proctor
Little Shelford Parish Council meetingNov 237.30pmNorth Building, All Saints Church, Little Shelford 
Shelford FeastJuly 5-11 2021   
Little Shelford fun week-endSept 17-19 2021   

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