Fen skating will go under the spotlight at Fenland History on Friday meeting

PUBLISHED: 10:19 11 November 2016 | UPDATED: 10:19 11 November 2016

Fen Skating Scrapbook 1897-1989.

Fen Skating Scrapbook 1897-1989.

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Fen skating will come under the spotlight on Friday November 25 when Davie Smith shares his expert knowledge at the Fenland History on Friday meeting.

The meeting will take place at Ely Methodist Church from 10.30am to noon. Coffee will be served beforehand.

To download free skating stories from a Cambridgeshire scrapbook visit bit.ly/CambsCollection

Admission costs £3 on the door; all are welcome.

The group is also hosting another event, on Friday November 18, where will people will be able to track down information on Cambridgeshire’s past. New Sources for Old Cambridgeshire, the Library on Your Laptop, will be the topic.

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