A site to the south of the city is to feature in a new horror film from a director with Cantabrigian ties.
Mr Hill is the new man at Cambridge Summer Music (CSM) and as the director he has a tough task facing him in the festival’s 40th year.
A new volunteer scheme which provides help to families whose children have life-limiting conditions is now up and running.
All homes at the scheme provide modern, open-plan living and large expanses of glazing to fill the space with natural light.
After recent changes to the test, Adrian Peel travelled to the Marmalade car insurance centre for another go.
Cambridge: Unique Images from the Archives of Historic England by Simon McNeill-Ritchie puts one of England’s finest cities in the spotlight.
The talented mixologists at the popular establishment on Rose Crescent have been experimenting with ingredients and techniques in order to create unique flavours and tastes.
It’s that time of year again when choristers in Cambridgeshire have been busy rehearsing for their annual carol services – and not always where one would expect.
Head of residential sales at the estate agency, Mark Peck, reflects on 2017 and looks ahead to 2018.
Cameras rolled this week as the final day of filming in Cambridge for KGB spy thriller, Red Joan was held.
The legendary purveyors of reggae played a varied set drawing from nearly 40 years of hits.
The hotel on Station Road is celebrating the season of goodwill by offering guests a delicious limited edition Festive Afternoon Tea.
Detached Victorian home is in a semi-rural setting on Barton Road in Comberton.
The choristers of Jesus College have joined forces with award-winning prog rockers Big Big Train on a song full of seasonal cheer.
The cast and crew of the pantomime recently got together with special guests from Laragh Homes, the show’s headline sponsor.
Artist and quizmaster Frank Paul’s book, The Cryptic Pub Quiz, has been published in time for Christmas.
For the second year running, actress Holly Easterbrook will be starring in panto at the Cambridge Arts Theatre over the Christmas period.
Female folk artists Jess Morgan, Kitty MacFarlane and sister duo Doubleknot all performed strong sets.
The college’s chapel will host the event at 7.30pm on Tuesday, December 12.
The two folk singers from opposite sides of the country will appear in the venue above the Golden Hind pub on Milton Road.
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