RE-DECLARING THE RIGHTS OF THE RIVER CAM
Please come and join us on 21st June in a repeat of our celebration on midsummer day last year when we were the first in the UK to declare the rights of our river as church bells rang around Cambridge. You can see the film here. Bring and share a picnic. Enjoy live music and three choirs, including the Save Honey Hill choir singing
their protest song: “It’s Crap”. Bring your own music. Meet James Boyce, author of “Imperial Mud: The Fight for the Fens” who is coming from Tasmania with a message about the continued fight to restore the land. Write a poem or come with one that links you to nature and the river is about the dangers to our environment and your feelings about it. There will be art activities for children. Bring your friends and relations.