You can view blog posts, films and other content from our previous events with local people:
On 19th November 2019, Cam Valley Forum and Cambridge Conservation Forum hosted a showing of the Waterlight film in Cambridge — with talks, poetry, river-related folk music and a panel discussion.
On 25th July 2019, we presented the first public screening of the Waterlight film at a crowded Community Hall in Melbourn.
On 13th June 2019, over fifty people crammed into the upper room at the Plough in Shepreth for a special invitation event, to watch the fitst showing of the Waterlight film.
On 8th March 2019, we were joined at the Hub in Melbourn by folk singers and musicians Penni Mclaren Walker and Bryan Causton, and poets and novelists Kate Swindlehurst and Jackie Watts in a special Waterlight concert to celebrate the river Mel in words and music.
On 23rd May 2018, poet Clare Crossman, local historian and conservationist Bruce Huett and filmmaker James Murray-White accompanied more than 30 Year 6 children from the local primary school, with their teacher, Mrs Willan. Together, we went for a walk along the river and some of the children made these films…
On 21st September 2018, Clare led a poetry writing workshop at the Hub in Melbourn. Here are some of the poems the participants wrote, inspired by the river Mel.
Launching our website!
On 10th October 2018, Clare Crossman, Bruce Huett and James Murray-White hosted a public launch of our project website.