We’ve teamed up with Cambridgeshire Community Foundation to raise £20,000.
Organised by The Galeria Moderna art gallery in the Grand Arcade, the winners were revealed at a private view and awards evening.
Voting closes tomorrow (Wednesday, December 20) and the winner will be announced on Thursday on the Radio 3 Breakfast Show.
Cambridge has two branches of the popular restaurant chain – one in Market Passage, the other at Cambridge Leisure Park.
An alumnus of Corpus Christi College, the well-travelled businessman was approached to join MI6 while studying at the university in the early 1980s.
Staged to raise money for charity and to promote good health, this year’s event was in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA).
Somebody Tell Her was released on Spotify and other platforms last Friday (December 8), under the band name Guild of Gold.
The Olympic cyclist joined the mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, Dr Nik Johnson, for a walking, e-biking, and public transport tour.
He joined the mayor of Cambridgeshire in supporting the Winter Wheelers campaign.
Every year, shops and traders in the city centre create festive displays designed to entice shoppers.
The East of England-based sextet have performed at numerous festivals, such as Glastonbury, C2C and the Long Road Festival.
The fourth Cambridge Invitational Art Contest is supported by the Cambridge Independent.
Told through folk music, jazz and some seasonal tunes, the piece was written by Martin Green, a member of English/Scottish folk band Lau.
The burger is also one of the options available on the Christmas set menu.
The garden’s first ever lights trail provides a beautiful way to celebrate the site’s landscape and plant collection.
Children were asked to design some festive art for the annual Kidsmas Lights competition – now in its third year.
The popular annual event was held along a 1,800m-long course on the River Cam.
The book is an honest and humorous account of the months leading up to the birth of Chris’s first child earlier this year.
Around 400 visitors enjoyed an atmosphere of fun and creativity and adults and children were invited to vote for their favourite trees.
Located on the edge of the village of Elsworth, old farm buildings have been converted into shops, a deli and café, a sourdough bakery and more.