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Cambridge Festival of Ideas heads out into the community The Ideas in the Community sessions, a collaboration between the University's Community Affairs Team and the City Council's Community Development Team, will take place at three locations on three separate Saturdays, beginning this Saturday. Like the Festival of Ideas, which takes place from 21st October to 1st November, they will encourage people to take a closer interest in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. The three days will include a line-up of free events with something for everyone in the community. - Experts from the Medical Research Centre will highlight the myths about good diet and answer questions on makes for a healthy diet - Professor Graham Virgo will explore the law of murder and why it is not as straightforward as it might seem - members of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology will lead hands-on activities in bead-making and cress crops marks, using cress to show how archaeologists spot where hidden artefacts are buried - Steve Elstub, gardener at Clare College, will lead a gardener’s question time. There will also be talks about the sometimes stormy 800-year history of town and gown relations in Cambridge and a session on using forensic fingerprinting techniques to solve crime. The three venues, each of which will host a different range of activities, are: September 26 - East Barnwell Community Centre, Newmarket Road where events include a talk from local historian Honor Ridout and gardener's question time with the Head Gardener at Newnham College. October 3 - Ross Street Community Centre, Ross Street where events include a debate on healthy eating. October 10 - Brown's Field Youth and Community Ce新一代管家婆特码彩图 ntre, 31a Green End Road where events include a singalong with the Faculty of Music and a discussion on the law of murder. Sue Long, organiser of Ideas in the Community, said: "We are really pleased to be extending the Festival of Ideas out into the community and hope the events will encourage exciting debates and ideas as well as make for a fun-packed day out." Events will run from 11am to 4pm and lunch is provided at a cost of £1 a head. For more information, visit www.cambridgefestivalofideas.org

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