The Handlebards are back this year with their rendition of Romeo and Juliet.
The HandleBards are the world’s first cycling theatre company. Before touring their “seriously silly” production of Romeo and Juliet around the world, they pedalled it 1500 miles around the UK by bicycle, with all the necessary set, props and costume in tow. Now, the show is back by popular demand – and, in usual HandleBards style, you can expect riotous amounts of energy, a fair old whack of chaos, and a great deal of laughter.
Join the HandleBards’ all-female troupe at the Broadway Arts Festival for Romeo and Juliet as you’ve never seen it before!
And what’s the play about? Well – Romeo and Juliet fall in love, despite the fact that both their families hate each other. Hilarity ensues… Well, sort of!
Wednesday 18th July
At: Millennium Sports Facility, The Trundle, Somersham PE28 3JS
Adult – £15 in advance
(£17 on the day)
One free ticket can be claimed at the time of purchase for an under 16s with every standard ticket sold. Tickets are inclusive of VAT.
Tickets are purchasable from:
The Norwood Building, Parkhall Road, and the Libary, Church Street.
Here is our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community, reported to police during the period 9th to 15th November:
Holliday’s Road, Bluntisham – A house on Holliday’s Road, Bluntisham, wasbroken into and burgled at some time between Thursday 8th andSaturday 10th November, whilst the owners were absent. The intrudersentered by breaking the glass in a rear window, then carried out a verythorough and untidy search before leaving, having stolen items of jewellery.Investigations are continuing. (Ref 35/44085/18)
East Street, Colne – A detached garage at a house on East Street, Colne, was broken into and burgled at some time between Wednesday 7th and Tuesday 13th November. The intruders broke in by forcing a window at the back then carried out a very untidy search before leaving having stolen tools and other equipment. (Ref 35/44798/18)
High Street, Somersham – A car was damaged when it was driven into the back of another car that was parked on Somersham High Street, late on Thursday evening, 15th November. Fortunately, no-one was hurt, but a third car was also affected when the parked car was shunted into it by the impact. The road was blocked for a time until recovery services attended to tow the damaged car away. (Ref CC-15112018-0497)
To see details of Policing Summaries for neighbouring areas,
please click on the following link and scroll down the page to select areas of
Please be aware that these reports do not contain all details of all reported crime. We do not publish details of domestic related offences or anything which may put a person at risk if information regarding the crime was made public.
As always, if you have information relating to any offence, or
are concerned about any suspicious activities, please contact police by using
any of these methods:
- the ‘101’ non-emergency telephone number;
- the on-line web-chat tool on the new Cambridgeshire
Constabulary web-site – click on the green icon;
- Alternatively, you can use ‘Crimestoppers’ to make a report anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or by using their on-line contact form.
In an emergency, or if you witness a crime in progress, always use ‘999’.
Please note that on December 1st 2018 there will be a road closure on the High Street at 18:30-21:00
We would like to offer you an opportunity to shape the future of policing in the county at a series of events taking place over the coming weeks.
The pressures on forces have never been so complex, as we work hard to manage demand and deal with the challenges of modern day policing.
In coming years, Cambridgeshire, along with other forces, will strive to be as efficient and effective as possible while facing national, regional and local issues.
There will continue to be a strong focus on providing the public with the best service possible and it is really important to us that the public have the opportunity to play an active role in policing in the county.
Our focus is on making the most effective use of the resources we have and working closely with our partners. This will enable us to protect people, attack criminality and take every chance we have to prevent crime in the first place.
Local officers will also attend the meetings to talk about the challenges of local policing. Following introductions from us both there will be an opportunity for questions from the public.
The first meeting will take place on:
Tuesday 20 November, from 9.30am (for a 10am start) until noon and will be held in East Cambridgeshire District Council Chamber, The Grange, Nutholt Lane, Ely CB7 4EE.
Throughout the meeting there will be an opportunity to get involved online through @CambsCops Facebook and Twitter.
To book a place click here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/your-chance-to-influence-policing-in-the-county-tickets-52308448979
Chief Constable Nick Dean and Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite
Please find attached road closures information for w/c 29 October, in relation to the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme
Please find attached a Highway Events remembrance diary special highlighting all the events likely to impact the highway on Sunday 11th November 2018. With over 30 events taking place and although many of these events are short in duration they may have an impact on you if you are travelling or are undertaking works on the 11th November. Please take a moment to review the diary and contact me if you have any questions in regards to any of the events listed or if you are aware of any other events that are taking place that are not listed.
REMEMBRANCE DAY as of 25.10 – Excel document
All events can also be found on our webpage at https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/residents/travel-roads-and-parking/roads-and-pathways/highway-events/