June news from Eddington
Posted Thursday 25th June 2020
UPDATES FROM EDDINGTON
LIFE AT EDDINGTON
As more people return to Eddington for school, nursery and work, many of Eddington's facilities remain closed in accordance with the current UK government and/or University of Cambridge guidelines in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
The teams at Eddington are undertaking works in communal and public areas, in line with current government guidance around working. All staff are following strict protocols to protect themselves and others in line with government guidance.
We are continuing to review this situation as government guidance changes, and we will update you if there are any further changes.
FOODPARK OPENS AT EDDINGTON
foodPark will be arriving at Eddington's Market Square from 1 July.
Some of Cambridge’s finest independent street food traders will be opening their hatches and serving great food to the local community on Wednesday evenings and Saturday lunchtimes for the summer months.
foodPark will be operating with measures in place to encourage social distancing including contactless payment, contactless food collection, online ordering system, hand sanitiser at vans, distance markers, as well as extended serving hours.
EDDINGTON ARTSCAPERS LAUNCH NEW PUBLICATION
Eddington's ArtScapers programme, which connects local children with art and creativity, has launched a new publication to encourage schools to engage with art and exploration.
Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination, a Cambridge arts and well-being charity, has released ArtScapers: being and becoming creative.
The free publication aims to challenge educational thinking and practice and demonstrate what happens for a school when they invite children and artists to adventure together in the world around them.
Eddington Number features in June blog
Learn more about the Eddington Number cycling and walking campaign and other cycle initiatives in this month's blog post.
Eddington housing reaches RIBA East 2020 shortlist
Accommodation designed by Stanton Williams, is on the shortlist for the RIBA East Regional Awards for outstanding design and sustainability.