Cambridge Rare Disease Day Rare-i-Tea Party


Cambridge Rare Disease Network (CRDN) invite you to join us for tea and cakes in celebration of this year's extra rare Rare Disease Day which falls in a leap year. We're delighted to be holding this friends and families event at the wonderful premises of Cambridge charity, Rowan Humberstone, who support adults with disabilities through art.

Dates Saturday, February 29, 2020 - Download as vCalendar
Event Times: 14:00 to 17:00
Venue Rowan Humberstone Ltd 40 Humberstone Road Cambridge CB4 1JG
Website Event website

Event details:

WHO IS THE EVENT FOR?

Everyone! This is a public event, open to all - children, families, those affected by rare disease and those working with them, students, company representatives, scientists, healthcare professionals, friends of CRDN. All welcome.

 

WHAT'S ON?

There will be tea, coffee, soft drinks and cakes for sale.

Children are invited to help us create a Rare Disease Day handprint collage in the art room or have their face painted!

Information stands and some fun science games

Rare Disease short films on a showreel

 

GETTING THERE & PARKING

Rowan Humberstone is set on a residential street sandwiched between Elizabeth Way Bridge and Chesterton Road. There is a residents parking scheme in the street but blue badge parking is fine and there is one disabled parking space outside the venue. At either end of Humberstone Rd there are metered parking places (metered until 5pm 50p per 30 mins). If cycling or walking from town, Rowan is just over the Cutter Ferry Bridge from Midsummer Common and there are cycle racks outside. There are buses every 10 mins along Chesterton Road, a short walk away. See the map below to get your bearings.

 

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Entrance is free although we encourage attendees to make an appropriate donation to help cover our venue and staffing costs. Refreshments will be on sale to please bring cash.

Cambridge Rare Disease Network links patients, professionals and industry working with rare diseases through our annual rare disease summit, educational events and regional patient group development.