Looking for something a bit different? Want to be a superhero? Get down to the Supertunes Stage!
House. Techno. Nice People.
Welcome the Supertunes stage with a fresh new vibe for Strawberry Fair 2018. The Strawberry Supertunes DJs will be taking you on a sweeping, eclectic journey of the best house and techno in Cambridge. Celebrate life. Have fun. Dance!
We will be screening a variety of short films about everyday heroes and social justice warriors, encouraging everyone to be get involved in and give back to the communities they find themselves in...including the Supertunes audience, where we hope you will meet new friends and likeminded people, whilst getting down to some seriously funky beats.
The Fair is free to enter and entertainments and activities are free so let yourself and the legend of Strawberry Fair just be. Get down to the Supertunes stage to free your feet, free your sight, free your mind and free your kind. Let the journey help you grow and the growth help you journey.
How To Be A Superhero
We're Superproud to be representing the Strawberry Fair hero theme and will be bringing you the latest in how to be a Superhero. Taking a visual trip via our giant screen, join the collective Superspecies of the future...reduce your carbon footprint and have a positive impact on the planet. You and I together can make a MASSIVE difference. We support Strawberry Fair's focus on active community involvement so be a Superhero by reaching out to those in need and doing what you can to help. Everything you see around you at the Supertunes stage has been used before. We tried to avoid purchasing anything new because there is already enough stuff in the world.
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Be A Supertunes Superhero
Here are some links to local Cambridge groups as well as international organisations who are working to make our world a better place. We hope they are a useful starting point for you to get involved in helping in whatever way you can - thanks for being a Supertunes superhero! We've divided the organisations by category and put in a brief description of each one's work.
Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum - racial equality
ActionAid - global inequality
Cambridge City Council - discrimination and harassment
Stand Up To Racism - anti-racism
Cambridge Rape Crisis - sexual violence
Feedback - food waste
Cambridge Sustainable Food - local sustainable food
Food Cycle - surplus food community meals
Jimmy's Cambridge - homelessness community support
Emmaus Cambridge - homelessness services
Winter Comfort - homelessness shelter
Amnesty International - Human Rights Campaigning
Cambridge Convoy Refugee Action Group - Refugee Support
MIND Cambridge - Mental Health Charity
NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough - Mental Health Services
Campaign Against Arms Trade - Arms Trade Campaigning
CND - Nuclear Disarmament Campaigning
5 Gyres Institute - Fighting plastic pollution
British Plastics Federation - Plastics recycling
Friends of the Earth - Alternatives to plastic
Street Child - Education
World Food Programme - Famine
Oxfam - Poverty
Action Against Hunger - Hunger
Cambridge Central Aid Society - local poverty
Social and Political News
Open Democracy - social and political news
Greenpeace - Environment
Cambridge Cycling Campaign - Cycling
Cool Earth - Deforestation
United Nations Climate Change - Climate Change
National Geographic - Conservation
Cambridge Carbon Footprint - Low-carbon living
World Wildlife Fund - Sustainability
Recycle Now - Recycling
CVS Cambridge - Volunteering