All the events cancelled across Cambridgeshire due to coronavirus
The spread of coronavirus has led to the cancellation or postponement of a number events in Cambridgeshire.
Cambridge Science Festival has cancelled all of its activities.
And the Cows about Cambridge art trail, due to launch on March 30, has been delayed as a precautionary measure.
Thriplow Daffodil Festival has been cancelled due to the risk of spreading the virus.
Local elections have also been postponed for a year. This affects Cambridge City Council and the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Police and Crime Commissioner on May 7.
Here is a list to which we will continue to add cancelled and postponed events.
Events cancelled or postponed so far
Thursday, May 7
Monday 27 April to Saturday May 2
Cambridge Camera Club annual exhibition has been postponed to autumn
Saturday, April 26
Virgin Money London Marathon postponed until October 4
Monday, March 30 to Saturday June 6
Sunday, March 29
The Boat Race has been cancelled for 2020
Saturday, March 28
Trinity Medics’ Association Dinner, Trinity College
Light Up Cambourne bingo event has been postponed to Saturday May 2
Friday March 27-Saturday March 28
Eddington Beer Garden event cancelled
Wednesday, March 25
Tuesday, March 24
Cambridge Climate Emergency Conference
Saturday, March 21
Cambridge’s second Sustainable Fashion Festival
Thursday, March 19
Digital marketing event Optimisey
Wednesday, March 18- Saturday April 4
All performances at ADC Theatre cancelled. Upcoming productions of Our Country’s Good and Bleak House have been cancelled, with the hope that they will be restaged in 2021. Our Day Out and Green Knight have also been cancelled. The theatre is processing refunds for those who have bookings. Any with questions can contact email@example.com or call 01223 359547.
Wednesday, March 18
ICAEW East Anglia Grand Debate at the Cambridge Union has been postponed until a date in September to be confirmed
Tuesday, March 17
The launch of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayor James Palmer’s £100 Homes initiative in Westminster has been postponed until later in the year.
From March 17 until further notice, all community bookings at Cambourne Village College have been cancelled.
From March 17 until further notice, Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery will be closed.
Tumble Tots sessions at Clay Farm Centre have been cancelled until further notice from March 17.
A public meeting about setting up a community association in Coleridge that was due to take place at Lichfield Community Hall has been cancelled.
Cambridge City Council Housing and Scrutiny Committee meeting cancelled.
The Banff Mountain Film Festival performance due to be held on March 17 has been postponed and a new date will be confirmed shortly.
Wednesday, March 18
Two Brexit4Business workshops which were due to be held in Cambridge on March 18 will now be held as free online webinars instead.
The Bootleg Beatles performance at Cambridge Corn Exchange has been postponed and a new date will be confirmed shortly.
Saturday March 14 to Friday April 3
Cambridge United football matches suspended along with all EFL games
Saturday, March 14
Der Fliegende Holländer at Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
Friday, March 13
School Strike for Climate moved online
Sunday, March 15
Silent Rebellion: All Extinction Rebellion public-facing campaigns have been suspended
Monday, March 9 to Sunday, March 22
Cambridge Science Festival - all remaining events were cancelled on Friday, March 13
Thursday March 5
Until further notice
Child health clinics in Cambourne, Linton and Sawston
The Cambridge Independent will continue to update the list of cancelled and postponed events, so please check back for the latest information.
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