Afternoon tea for the Jubilee

A huge thank you and well done to everyone who was involved in our Jubilee afternoon tea party. It was wonderful to open our doors to friends, family and the general public for such a special occasion. We even had a visit from the Cambridge Mayor, Cllr Mark Ashton. Who enjoyed a spot of tea and cake with students, staff and volunteers. 

With special jubilee activities taking place in the studios, a musical performance and the premiere of ‘The Queen who came to tea’, there was a little something for everyone to get involved in. You can now watch the full ‘The Queen who came to tea’ film below!

Thank you to the Arts Council’s Let’s Create Jubilee Fund by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation for the funding to support this wonderful event. 

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