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CADE are Hetas registered installers able to supply and fit Wood Burning and multifuel Stoves throughout Cambridgeshire and the surrounding towns of Cambridge, Newmarket, Littleport, Huntingdon, Soham, Sutton, Downham Market, Bury St Edmunds.
Established 18 years ago Cathedral House is the nearest B&B to Ely's magnificent medieval cathedral.
Whether your visit to Ely is for business or pleasure, a warm welcome awaits in this unique Grade II listed historic home.
There is a choice of traditional bed and breakfast in the house, or self-catering holiday accommodation in the Coach House - recently voted as one of The Guardian's 30 'cool' cottages. Also recommended by the Michelin Green Guide, Footprints Guide to East Anglia, Frommers, Lonely Planet, Fodors and Rough Guide.
Although only a stone's throw from the Cathedral and Cromwell's House - the Tourist Information Centre, restaurants, shops and main facilities it is a remarkably tranquil situation.
All rooms have en suite bathrooms and are individually furnished.
East Anglia Chamber Orchestra (EAChO)
Whilst being based around Cambridge, with regular concerts at the West Road Concert Hall, EAChO also perform concerts in other parts of East Anglia. The next season also sees visits to Ely Cathedral, The Apex @ Bury St Edmunds and Thaxted Parish Church. EAChO primarily focuses on Chamber and Chamber Orchestra scale works and most programmes contain an exciting mixture of the familiar and the less well known.
EAChO invites professional conductors to drive the highest possible standards. Recent regulars have included Tony Halstead, Stephen Cleobury, Andrew Watkinson & Jacques Cohen. Professional soloists are a regular feature. EAChO also provides a regular platform for the very best of local soloist talent including members of the orchestra. Our leader is Helen Medlock.
Recent programmes have included works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Britten, Copland, Dvorak, Elgar, Faure, Francaix, Haydn, Milhaud, Mozart, Shostakovich, Stravinsky & Vaughan Williams.
Ely Consort is a Chamber choir of about 30+ voices and originally formed in 1988. We perform music in a wide variety of styles in local concert venues.
Ely Consort can trace its history back to the late 1980s, when the need for a chamber-size choir in Ely was recognised by Aidan Fairlie, then a lay clerk at Ely Cathedral and director of the Ely Choral Society.
Ely Sinfonia was launched in November 1999 by ADeC (Arts Development in East Cambridgeshire) with generous awards from the Millennium Festival Fund and the Eastern Orchestral Board. The aim was to establish a quality community orchestra for East Cambridgeshire which would receive coaching and artistic direction from conductors and principal players from Britten Sinfonia, the Cambridge based professional chamber orchestra.
Ely Sinfonia is now completely independent and is run by its members. The Sinfonia does not meet on a weekly basis, but has established a successful formula of concentrated rehearsals during the fortnight leading up to each concert, backed up by regular technique workshops. The orchestra is made up of players of all ages and backgrounds, including school and college students, business professionals, retired individuals and a significant number of local music teachers for whom taking part in the orchestra is a highly desirable way to further their professional development. It is the first ever high quality ensemble to be based in Ely, which gives local players the chance to pursue their interest close to home, rather than having to travel to the amateur orchestras based in Cambridge and King’s Lynn.