Events

Caxton Swing Band

Date: 19 August 18

- Time: 2:30-4:30pm

Location: Riverside Park

Caxton Swing Band

Enjoy this free open air concert brought to you by St Neots Town Council. Bands perform 2.30pm-4.30pm in Riverside Park (near the Ambiance Cafe). Attendees are welcome to bring picnics, chairs and blankets. Refreshments are available to purchase from the nearby Ambiance Cafe. Pay and display parking and public convenience facilities are available in Riverside Car Park.

Please note as concerts are open air, they are occasionally cancelled at short notice due to inclement weather.

The story of St Neots – a walk through history

Date: 22 August 18

- Time: 19:30-21:00

Location: St Neots Museum

The story of St Neots – a walk through history

Enjoy a guided walk around St Neots town centre. Step back in time and discover the people and places that shaped the town. Walks start at the Museum in New Street at 7.30pm and last approximately 90 minutes, Tickets £6.00 per person. Walks will go ahead in all weather.

Inland Waterways Festival of Water

Start date: 25 August 18

until 27 August 18

- Time: 10:30-18:00

Location: Regatta Meadow, St Neots

Inland Waterways Festival of Water

The Inland Waterways Association, who look after 6,500 miles of the country’s canals and rivers are bringing their annual IWA Festival of Water to St Neots in August 2018, with support from Huntingdonshire District Council and St Neots Town Council.

The IWA Festival of Water brings a free family day out offering attractions both on and off the water. Many boats attend, including leisure, trade, heritage and working narrow boats and a wide range of craft stalls, music, entertainment and activities for children ensure fun is had by all. There will also be a market and fundraising stalls so if you are interested in having a stall contact the Inland Waterways Association.

Highlights of the Festival weekend will include a live entertainment marquee with performances taking place all weekend plus an illuminated boat parade and fireworks display in the evening on Sunday 26 August.

A full programme for the event will be available shortly.

Royston Town Band

Date: 2 September 18

- Time: 2:30-4:30pm

Location: Riverside Park

Royston Town Band

Enjoy this free open air concert brought to you by St Neots Town Council. Bands perform 2.30pm-4.30pm in Riverside Park (near the Ambiance Cafe). Attendees are welcome to bring picnics, chairs and blankets. Refreshments are available to purchase from the nearby Ambiance Cafe. Pay and display parking and public convenience facilities are available in Riverside Car Park.

Please note as concerts are open air, they are occasionally cancelled at short notice due to inclement weather.

Inns & Pubs of St Neots – guided walk

Date: 13 September 18

- Time: 19:30-21:00

Location: St Neots Museum

Inns & Pubs of St Neots – guided walk

Enjoy a guided walk around St Neots town centre. Discover the secret stories of the town’s local pubs from Half Moons to White Lyons. Walk starts at the Museum in New Street at 7.30pm and last approximately 90 minutes, Tickets £6.00 per person. Walks will go ahead whatever the weather.

The story of St Neots – a walk through history

Date: 19 September 18

- Time: 19:30-21:00

Location: St Neots Museum

The story of St Neots – a walk through history

Enjoy a guided walk around St Neots town centre. Step back in time and discover the people and places that shaped the town. Walks start at the Museum in New Street at 7.30pm and last approximately 90 minutes, Tickets £6.00 per person. Walks will go ahead in all weather.

Italian & Farmers Market

Date: 22 September 18

- Time: 08:00-16:00

Location: St Neots Market Square

Italian & Farmers Market

On Saturday 22 September St Neots Farmers Market will be complimented by visiting continental market Italia in Piazza. Open 8am-4pm

Visitors can expect to see the usual Farmers Market traders selling locally produced goods including meat, poultry, game, pies, cheese, bread and baked goods, condiments, vegetables, salad, plants and flowers. Plus visit the array of authentic Italian producers selling:

  • Freshly baked pizze, focacce and calzoni
  • Freshly made panini, with italian sausages and various fillings
  • Freshly made arancini (rice balls with various stuffings)
  • On demand made panini with cured meats and cheeses
  • Large selection of the finest italian cheeses
  • Selection of cured meats, hams and salami
  • Extra virgin olive oils, both plain and flavoured (chili, truffle, etc)
  • Aged balsamic vinegars and balsamic glazes
  • Selection of olives and preserved vegetables
  • Vaste range of pastas
  • Herbs and spices
  • Large selection of artisan made soft nougat
  • Large selection of sweet pastries, biscuits and treats