Archive for July, 2013

International Remembrance Day

International Remembrance Day

[ 0 ] July 23, 2013

On Sunday 21st July our friends at Cambridge Link-Up organised a service in the beautiful Memorial Garden that has been created at 222 Victoria Road to mark International Remembrance Day.  Held in many cities and countries around the world the day allows us to remember with love and respect friends who have lost their lives […]

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Internationally renowned artist meets Jimmy’s guests

Internationally renowned artist meets Jimmy’s guests

[ 0 ] July 12, 2013

In July, the controversial ‘guerilla’ artist Giles Walker brought his artworks to Cambridge. With Jimmy’s, an exhibition was set up in the Changing Spaces gallery on King Street for an exhibition running from 13-27 July. Centrepiece of the exhibition is ‘The Last Supper’ which drew gasps and applause at the private evening laid on for […]

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Rag raisers

Rag raisers

[ 0 ] July 12, 2013

    An amazing £6500 was donated to Jimmy’s, proceeds of all the hard work that went into this year’s Cambridge Rag events. Among the many challenges organised were Lost and Jailbreak. Pictured are Wei-Ying and Alice, winners of this year’s Jailbreak: the pair managed an incredible 10,000 trip from the centre of Cambridge to […]

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Who ate all the cakes?

Who ate all the cakes?

[ 0 ] July 12, 2013

Cambridge Cookery School recently held a cake baking and decorating contest – the Cambridge Bake Off –  for which Jimmy’s was invited to help with the judging.  Once cakes had been viewed and sampled, and the winners declared, Tine from the School and the competitors, very kindly donated the cakes to Jimmy’s for the gastronomic […]

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Fun at the car wash

Fun at the car wash

[ 0 ] July 12, 2013

    To celebrate the company’s 30th birthday, Quality Care Cleaning undertook its 30/30 Charity Challenge in which they held, rather appropriately, 30 fundraising events for 30 charities. One of the events was a day of car washing at Cambridge’s Science, Babraham and Granta Parks. Hundreds of cars were brought in by people that worked […]

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