Festival Events

Saturday 15 June at St Andrew’s Church

Cherish your churchyard working group, Flower festival ‘Benedicite’ and afternoon teas from 10am to 5pm

Friday 21 June at St Andrew’s Church

Friends of St Andrew’s Concert at 12.30pm. Songs of Nature, Love and Life with students of Ute Lepetit Clare

Saturday 22nd June Pye’s Rec, off Church Street

The 2019 Fun day will be on Pye’s Rec  from 1 – 5pm. We will kick off the event with a children’s procession that will take place around the green and finish in the arena. Dress up as a colour of the rainbow and dance along with a samba band! The procession will leave from the information point at 1.15pm. All are welcome.

Sunday 23 June at St George’s Vicarage and Church

Open Garden with refreshments at the Vicarage from 3 – 6pm

Songs of Praise at 6.30pm at St George’s Church,  Chesterfield Road, CB4  1LN

Monday 24 to Friday 28 June at Milton Road Library

At 10.30am every day, coffee morning with films and other attractions. Events for children and teenagers at 3pm each day. There will also be afternoon concerts by Chesterton Community College and Milton Road School, and a programme of evening talks and drama. For more details visit for more details

Friday 28 June – Wild West Comes to Brown’s Field

From 6 – 10pm you can join in a great evening of live music and comedy including Kev & Kelly, Stone Tigers and comedian Jason Stampe. There will be children’s activities and a variety of food and drink stalls including wood-fired pizza, curry and a bar. Free entry to the event – just turn up on the day. For more information please ring 01223 420309

Saturday 29 June at Milton Road Library

Garden Party from 2pm with local community organisations’ stalls and  opening by the Mayor of Cambridge at 3pm.

Chesterton Festival Photograph Competition

The TA Camera Club will be organising this year’s photograph competition again.  The subject chosen for 2019 is a time/date in history. It’s a big subject, covering anything from fashion, activity, buildings, to industry – let your imagination go wild! Most people have a favourite time in the past; let us know yours. You may enter up to 6 photographs. You must have taken the photograph(s) yourself and they must not have been entered into any other competition.

Email your entries to  with your name and contact details.






















The TA Camera Club will run its annual photographic competition on the theme of Still Life. The poster with details can be downloaded from the Downloads tab of this website.