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Nov

Opportunities for Young Entrepreneurs in Ramsey

by Discover Ramsey

Want to be an entrepreneur? Do you have a side hustle or dream of owning your own business? We’ve been following the Shifties’ work in Cambridgeshire (a networking group of small business owners) to inspire young people to start their own business! So, we thought we’d do our bit to help young people in Ramsey Read more >

21

Oct

Halloween Crochet Decorations

by Discover Ramsey

Spooky Crochet Ideas If you’re decorating your home for Halloween, how about using up some of your wool stash with some spooky crochet decorations? Here are three great ideas that we’ve collated for you. Don’t forget to share photos of your crafty creations with Discover Ramsey! Chain Spider’s Web Capture the beauty of an early Read more >

17

Oct

Sew your own Halloween Pumpkins Tutorial

by Discover Ramsey

Fabric Pumpkins Tutorial Sew your own Halloween decorations with this simple pumpkin tutorial. It’s easy enough for children to make with some help, and you can make them in all sizes and patterns to make a seasonal display! Step 1 Make a rectangle pattern as big as you want your pumpkin. This is a baby Read more >

10

Oct

Haunted Ramsey?

by Discover Ramsey

October is a chance to celebrate Halloween. Its origins are Celtic, and at this time of the year, the Celts believed the barrier between the spirit world and ours was penetrable, so they would scare them away during the festival of Samhain. Lingering Spirits in Ramsey? The abbey in Ramsey was founded in 985 and Read more >

24

Sep

Preserving Heritage Apple Species in Ramsey, Cambridgeshire

by Discover Ramsey

How many varieties of apple can you name? Golden Delicious, Pink Lady, Granny Smith? These are the varieties we most often see on our supermarket shelves, but this is just a sweet, or sometimes sour, taster of the range of apples on offer in Ramsey’s Walled Garden. Its extensive collection of heritage apple trees all Read more >

15

Sep

Great Whyte Artisan Market – Sunday 19th September 2021

by Discover Ramsey

The Great Whyte in Ramsey is one of the widest streets in the East of England with a breadth of over 25 metres. For hundreds of years, it was not the road we see today, but a waterway. The Bury brook was the main waterway for the Abbey in Medieval times, bringing everything the Monks Read more >

07

Mar

Poppies for rememberance

by Ann Cuthbert

Please find here four patterns for poppies so that you can join in the planned remembrance of the fallen from the First World War one hundred years after the war ended. Please knit or crochet red poppies with black centres and then drop them in to Ramsey Library where they will join the growing pile! You Read more >

02

Jan

Evaluation of Promoting Ramsey 2015-2017

by Ann Cuthbert

Up-date January 2018 Ramsey Town Council and Ramsey Million have decided to continue promoting Ramsey by funding a two day a week post for one year from February 2018 and the Heritage Groups in Ramsey are continuing to look for funding to support attracting visitors to the area. PROJECT EVALUATION After two years of a Big Read more >

14

Nov

Yo Ho Ho & a Bottle of Rum!

by Ann Cuthbert

  Ramsey hosts a family show with live music based on Treasure Island   A professional production of Treasure Island, inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, produced by Peterborough based -theatre  company,  Lamphouse Theatre, will be playing at the Drill Hall in Ramsey on Friday December 2nd at 6pm. The company are keen to perform Read more >

26

Jan

What community space do we need in Ramsey?

by Val Fendley

Community Indoor Space Following our community consultation there appeared to be a need for additional ‘indoor space’ for certain activities/groups. These included… A central social/drop-in space for young people A central social/drop-in space for families with young children Groups requiring permanent bases (not space they have to hire by the hour) Equipment storage Since the Read more >

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