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Newcomers and Visiting Scholars

 
  • 29Feb

    Whether you are experienced in crochet, a long-time knitter, or trying it out for the first time, join our group on Thursdays from 10:00-12:00. Everyone is welcome, crochet or knitting is not essential. Most materials will be provided. 

  • 29Feb

    Would you like to discuss interesting topics from a multi-cultural perspective?  Come and join Gail for a lively discussion in a friendly and welcoming environment.  This is a unique opportunity to learn about different perspectives from around the world – and to discover that we are often more alike than different.

  • 01Mar

    Around the World with Women Writers is a participant-led lively and friendly international forum for those who are interested in women writers from around the world.

  • 03Mar

    Simone invites you to join her for a leisurely walk. The walks are during the weekend for about an hour and a half. These will be informal walks,  when pushchairs and children are welcome too: stroll along with new friends and enjoy the time together. The meeting point will be given with booking confirmation.

  • 04Mar

    UniCam Babies is a parent led group for NVS members and their young children.  A great opportunity to meet other mums and dads and share experiences, discuss child growth and development and of course enjoy songs, games and arts & craft.

    * THIS IS A PARENT LED GROUP

  • 04Mar

    Dr Tim Milner will give us a fascinating insight into the history of the Senate House and the Ceremonial year of the University. 

    Click HERE to book your tickets! Refer to the weekly newsletter or our Facebook page for the password.

  • 04Mar

    ome and join us for a visit to one of Cambridge's traditional pubs. There is no need to book, just meet Jonathan Collis outside Great St Mary’s Church, CB2 3PQ, near the Senate House at 17.00. This is a great opportunity to meet others. We look forward to seeing you there!

  • 05Mar

    Come and join us on Tuesday mornings for English conversation practice, where a whole range of different topics will be discussed. We split into small groups and chat informally about various subjects.

  • 05Mar

    Pamela Marshall Barrell’s artistic talents express in evocative watercolour originals, the scenes Trollope may have seen and remembered – images impressed on his own eyes – in many of the locations he occupied and the places he visited.

  • 05Mar

    Expert tour guides will be taking NVS members on a walking tour of Cambridge on selected dates. The walks will be on Tuesdays after the talk ends and last around an hour. Members will be told which dates and where to meet in the newsletter and our Facebook page.