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Growth of the Titan Arum at Cambridge Univeristy Botanic Garden is slowing - a sign that it will soon flower.

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Teaching children empathy and kindness can help them outside the classroom. The concept will be explored at the county’s first Festival of Education.

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John Milne has been with Visit Cambridge for 25 years - it’s his job to know Cambridge’s history, its quirks and its successes.

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Around 3,000 people went along to RMB Chivenor on saturday to help raise money for North Devon Hospice and military charities

Students from The King’s School swapped their uniform for gorgeous gowns and sharp suits to celebrate the end of exams.

Cranbrook Day – celebrating the cutting of the town’s first turf six years ago – was a great success with positive feedback, say its organisers.

The village of Welwyn was filled with noisy fun and colour at the weekend as ten days of celebration came to a triumphant climax.

People from all across Havering came to Romford on Saturday to celebrate and pay their respects to the men and women that fight to keep our country safe.

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