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Find out about some of the exciting events taking place across Huntingdonshire.

If you would like to add an event to this page, please get in touch via welcomeback@huntingdonshire.gov.uk.

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May

Since its debut in 2013, Yaxley Festival has become one of Huntingdonshire’s most popular and well attended festivals.

This year visitors can expect live music throughout the weekend with 36 local bands and artists performing on 2 stages.

Other entertainment includes a fun fair, crafters and traders, food court, and a host of family friendly activities. New for this year is a health and wellbeing zone led by local charity Boxing Futures and a performing arts zone led by the recently launched Young Technicians Academy.

The region’s arts scene is represented by Nyces, a local artist who has gone viral on more than one occasion with his spectacular murals and Korpfest, an event that brings together the very best street artists.

Location: Yaxley

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Time: 11am - 4pm

Location: Ramsey Rural Museum, Ramsey, PE26 2XD

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Great street food from visiting vendors, drinks available from local pubs, and a wonderful atmosphere, all of which can be enjoyed on the tables and chairs on the Great Whyte!

Time: 5pm - 9pm

Location: Great Whyte, Ramsey, PE26 1HG

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Yaxley Festival Car Show returns with over 200 vehicles on display.

Joining our regular event patrons to open the festival are Dr Nik Johnson, mayor of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough and Stephen Ferguson, Chair of Cambridgeshire County Council.

Yaxfest founder Stewart Howe is excited to see the event return after a 3 year hiatus, saying "It seems like a lifetime ago since the last festival, but we are ready and energised to deliver an event that celebrates the resiliency of our community and its enormous potential."

Location: Yaxley

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June

Come and help the Sherriff of Nottingham capture Robin Hood and his Merry Men. The Outlaws are hiding throughout the woods at Hinchingbrooke Country Park, come along and join our interactive trail.

Time: 11am - 4pm

Location: Hinchingbrooke Country Park, Huntingdon, PE29 6DB

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Directed by Steph Hamer. 

21 June to 2 July 2022 (no performance Sunday 26 June).

Stagetext Captioned Performance, supported by Dame Evelyn Glynnie, Thursday 23 June.

Westside Story Comes to Huntingdon!

Not a pair of tights in sight!!

This production promises to be a rock-n-roll party full of original 1950s music especially written for the production.

Lively, fast-moving, colourful interpretation to excite and move you. The story of Romeo and Juliet deals with current issues such as teenage suicide, gang warfare, knife crime, parental control and epidemics, all of which bring Shakespeare’s play right up-to-date.

No need to be wary of the Shakespearean language – this production will sweep you along with modern energy and panache.

Time: 7.30pm

Location: The George Hotel, Huntingdon

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Great street food from visiting vendors, drinks available from local pubs, and a wonderful atmosphere, all of which can be enjoyed on the tables and chairs on the Great Whyte!

Time: 5pm - 9pm

Location: Great Whyte, Ramsey, PE26 1HG

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July

Time: 2pm - 5pm

Location: Great Whyte Ramsey, PE26 1HG

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Great street food from visiting vendors, drinks available from local pubs, and a wonderful atmosphere, all of which can be enjoyed on the tables and chairs on the Great Whyte!

Time: 5pm - 9pm

Location: Great Whyte, Ramsey, PE26 1HG

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