The HI Film Club

As part of Feast Week, HICCA film club will be showing “Vanishing of the Bees” on the evening of Wednesday 4th July.

Vanishing of the Bees poster

Vanishing of the Bees poster

In addition to the film,  a representative from Cambridge Bee-keepers  will give a short presentation and answer any bee-related questions you’d like to ask.  Bee-based products will also be on sale.

Refreshments will be available – tea, coffee and soft drinks,  and home-made cakes !

The film starts at 7:30 – We look forward to seeing you there.


HICCA Film Club’s aim is to provide a monthly forum for discussing issues around Climate Change,  usually linked to a film screening focussing on a particular aspect of interest.  You are very welcome to join us at our meetings – usually at 8pm on the second Wednesday of the month.  We meet at the Stable Rooms,  St Andrew’s Church,  Histon, Cambridgeshire.

Poster for “One Degree Matters” – March 2012 screening

One Degree Matters

This film follows social and business leaders as they travel to Greenland and experience for themselves the dramatic effects of the melting of the ice cap. They come to understand the planetary effect of Climate Change and the impact this may have on mankind. With the latest scientific results from the Arctic, the film highlights how a further rise in global temperature of one degree really does matter.

Venue : The Stable Rooms, St Andrew’s Church, Histon
Wednesday 8th February, 8pm

The screening will be followed by an active discussion and review, with tea or coffee and cakes.  Free Admission
A European Environment Agency film. For more information visit : and


Turning Point Poster September 14HOME film screening Wednesday, 6 July, IVC


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