Cambridge set includes full version of ‘Hard Rain’
Here is a fine selection of places to go to see in 2018 in style.
Former home of 1st Lord Fairhaven will no longer shut between October and March
A record number of people will be heading to the beautiful setting of Anglesey Abbey this December for an evening of stunning effects and innovative designs at the sixth annual winter lights event.
The popular venue on Newmarket Road in Stow-cum-Quy presents a night of electronic music and fireworks in a superb outdoor location.
‘Nobel Prize factory’ offers activities, talks and demonstrations on Saturday June 17
Join Cambridge Past, Present and Future and get free tickets to Shepreth Wildlife Park.
A weekend of events start on Friday, March 10.
The Cambridgeshire zoo is giving a chance to meet the lemurs for £25 on Valentine’s Day.
RSPB hides overlooking artificial nesting banks for kingfishers.
A large wetland reserve with reedbeds, grazing marshes and poplar woods.
A true birders’ site - wading birds, wildfowl, birds of prey and owls.
Grassland, open water and the biggest reedbed in the UK.
Reedbeds, pools, woodland and a clear chalk stream.
Steeped in history, and a signiture ale to boot.
Heritage steam and diesel train journeys from Nene Valley Station out to Yarwell.
A global garden in the middle of the city.
Although the furthest of Cambridge’s Colleges from the city centre, Girton is worth the visit and is the favorite Cambridge University college of many visitors.
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