NHS Blood and Transplant warns it needs to build up blood stocks ahead of the critical festive period.
This official tribute act to Queen was created by Brian May and Roger Taylor.
One of the hottest acts in music right now, 2018 has been another monumental year for the Texas-based trio.
The multi-instrumentalist recently put out his ninth solo album, The Well Worn Path.
A near-packed Corn Exchange enjoyed surrealist flights of fancy into the Geordie comedian’s wild imagination.
The King’s College’s Cranmer Road site will provide new sustainable student accommodation – the first of its kind in Cambridge.
The Junction’s J1 was packed to witness the return of the West Country rock band.
It takes the charity fundraisers’ overall total to £107,000 raised in just four years.
Debbie Baxter, an artist known for painting trees, will have a five-minute slot on the programme this weekend.
Known for his beautiful and highly distinctive portraits, the Argentinian artist will be displaying his new collection, Pasion de Noche, at the Artique Gallery on Bridge Street this Saturday.
Based near Huntingdon, Simply Thatch provides advice, patching and repairs, right through to new ridges, extensive restorations and a complete thatch.
This new play by William Gaminara, which is actress Ruth Jones’ first stage role since 2006, runs until Saturday, November 17.
Roger Law, one of the creative minds behind Spitting Image – the satirical puppet-led series that was essential viewing in the 1980s and 90s – has handed over part of the programme’s archive to Cambridge University Library.
More volunteers are needed to join Cambridgeshire’s school admissions appeals panel.
The visit follows the restaurant’s success at both the Food Awards England and the English Curry Awards.
This maestro of the classical guitar, who first visited Cambridge in 2016, performed to a packed St Paul’s Church on Hills Road on Saturday, November 10.
The star of a number of popular television comedy series will be appearing at the Cambridge Arts Theatre in The Nightingales from Monday, November 12.
The new production about men and power, which discusses the rapidly changing landscape of Brexit Britain, will be on at J2 on Wednesday, November 21.
England cricketing legend David Gower recalled his warm-up matchers at Fenner’s as he returned to the city to speak at the Cambridge Sporting Club’s autumn luncheon.
It’s taken seven years and some huge challenges – including swimming the Channel – but Coton mother-of-two Anna Gomori-Woodcock has hit her fundraising target for pancreatic cancer.
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