Ringing for the Queen's 90th birthday took place at Histon, Oakington, Rampton, Oakington (again), Swaffham Prior, Willingham, and back in April on and around her actual birthday at Ely, Histon, Burwell, Over, Willingham (Millcroft), and Soham,
BBC Music Day was marked at Over with a quarter peal.
St George's day and the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death was marked at Over.
The marriage of Camilla Hagget to Johnathan Rhodes was marked by a quarter peal at Histon.
Daniel Stevens rang his first quarter inside at Swavesey on 6th March, and Malcolm Creese rang his first quarter inside on 21st February.
A quarter was rung at Bluntisham on Friday 5th Feb in thanksgiving for the life of Kim Ogden, husband of Ruth, on the day of his funeral
Roger Gooding rang his first quarter on a working bell at Landbeach
Well done to 4 Cottenham ringers on scoring their first peal recently: Emma Davies and James Miller and Matt Audsley and Ben Morgan -part of the First Peal 2015 initiative to mark the 300th anniversary of theh first ever peal.
The first quarter since the re-ordering of the rope circle at Swafham Bulbeck was rung on 22nd November
Well done to Simon Smith on scoring his first quarter of Stedman inside at Soham: .
Benjamin Edwards rang his first quarter away from cover at Isleham
The opening of the Stretham REC was marked by a quarter in a new methods called Stretham REC
David Waterhouse rang his first quarter at Landbeach.
, A peal of 22 Spliced S Minor was rung at Houghton on Saturday 18th July which included 4 Ely District ringers and was rung as a birthday compliment to Dave Garnett, husband of Janet
Congratuations to David Waterhouse on his first quarter peal at Landbeach on Sunday 19th July
Congratulations to Emily Harris on her first quarter, rung at Haddenham on Sunday 28th June
A quarter was rung at Millcroft Campanile to mark what would have been Janet Bailey's 69th birthday.
A quarter was rung at Burwell for the 200th Anniversay of the battle of Waterloo - the first in the refurbished ringing chamber.
The two horse chestnut trees in Burwell churchyard,
now 200 years old, planted for the Battle of Waterloo.
Ringing has taken place to mark the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta: at Soham (a first quarter for Cambridge District ringer James S Cooper), Histon and Over, and a half peal was rung at Cottenham
A District band rang for Walsoken's flower festival
A quarter peal was rung at Cottenham to mark the 200th anniversary later this month of the Battle of Waterloo
A quarter was rung at Histon for the Songs of Praise Evensong for VE day held at Impington, and two more VE day quarters were rung at Chatteris and Cottenham
A peal was rung in the district for the birth of Princess Charlotte at Rampton with four district ringers taking part
Congratulations to Daniel Stevens on his first quarter peal, rung at Swavesey on Sunday 3rd May
A quarter peal was rung at Isleham to mark the centenary of the death of Nick Carver's great uncle, Arthur Carver, killed in action during WWI. See separate news article
Belatedly (apologies for missing it) congratualtions to Malcolm Creese on his first quarter peal, rung at Swaffham Bulbeck on 12th April
A quarter peal was rung at Over for St George's Day
A quarter peal was rung at Landbeach to mark the former Rector's 80th birthday. This was the first away from cover for 2 of the band and was the first of Minimus by the local band; well done all.
A quarter peal was rung at Longstanton to celebrate Andy Marshall's 50th birthday
A quarter peal of Diamond Bob Triples was rung at Bluntisham on Friday 27th Feb as a diamond wedding anniversary compliment to Solly and Hilary Laredo, parents of Naomi.
The quarter peal at Longstanton on Friday Feb 20th was a belated birthday compliment to Phil Bailey (You don't look a day over 50, Phil...)
A few firsts for a couple of District ringers at Oakington on Ash Wednesday, 18th Feb.
Contgratulations to Peter Binns on ringing his first quarter inside at Fordham on Sunday Feb 15th
A quarter peal was rung at Burwell on Sept 14th in memory of Roger Smith.
Seven Ely District ringers rang a peal at Burwell, conducted by Paul Seaman to thank David Gillbert for his years as Tower Captain. It will also be the last peal on the bells before work on the clock and ringing chamber starts
Congratulations to Rachel Frost and Ben Edwards on ringing their first quarter peal (with a band of Young Ringers) at St Benets, Cambridge, on Sunday 24th August.
Full list is here.