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In pictures: Music fans up and dancing on final day of Cambridge Folk Festival 2022

In pictures: Music fans up and dancing on final day of Cambridge Folk Festival 2022

In pictures: Music fans up and dancing on final day of Cambridge Folk Festival 2022

01 August 2022

The Gipsy Kings featuring Nicolas Reyes and St Paul and the Broken Bones certainly saw to that, while we also said goodbye to Clannad.


Decision due over plan from University of Cambridge’s King’s College to install Alan Turing sculpture in its grounds

Decision due over plan from University of Cambridge’s King’s College to install Alan Turing sculpture in its grounds

Decision due over plan from University of Cambridge’s King’s College to install Alan Turing sculpture in its grounds

01 August 2022

Officers have recommended that permission be granted as the “significant public benefit” of the sculpture “would outweigh that harm”.

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Bin crews in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire consider improved pay offer after threatening strike action

Bin crews in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire consider improved pay offer after threatening strike action

Bin crews in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire consider improved pay offer after threatening strike action

01 August 2022

The revised offer will now be put to members.

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Driver, 20, from Cambridge left with life-threatening injuries after crash in Stow-cum-Quy

Driver, 20, from Cambridge left with life-threatening injuries after crash in Stow-cum-Quy

Driver, 20, from Cambridge left with life-threatening injuries after crash in Stow-cum-Quy

01 August 2022

A silver Vauxhall Astra was travelling on Little Wilbraham Road in the direction of Six Mile Bottom when it struck a concrete bridge and set alight.

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New Allia business centre in Cambridge’s Guildhall to offer space for start-ups and community enterprises

New Allia business centre in Cambridge’s Guildhall to offer space for start-ups and community enterprises

New Allia business centre in Cambridge’s Guildhall to offer space for start-ups and community enterprises

01 August 2022

The workspace will be let to start-ups, charities and enterprises and will feature a range of private offices, a co-working suite and meeting rooms.


Pioneering former LMB scientist and Trinity College lecturer Dr Andrew McLachlan dies at 87

Pioneering former LMB scientist and Trinity College lecturer Dr Andrew McLachlan dies at 87

Pioneering former LMB scientist and Trinity College lecturer Dr Andrew McLachlan dies at 87

01 August 2022

He ‘crossed the borders between chemistry, physics, and molecular biology’.


England’s victory over Germany in Euro 2022 hailed by the Queen as ‘an inspiration for girls and women across the nation’

England’s victory over Germany in Euro 2022 hailed by the Queen as ‘an inspiration for girls and women across the nation’

England’s victory over Germany in Euro 2022 hailed by the Queen as ‘an inspiration for girls and women across the nation’

31 July 2022

They are the first England team to win any major tournament since 1966.


Cambridgeshire’s chief fire officer warns extreme weather puts immediate emergency response at risk

Cambridgeshire’s chief fire officer warns extreme weather puts immediate emergency response at risk

Cambridgeshire’s chief fire officer warns extreme weather puts immediate emergency response at risk

31 July 2022

Fire crews in Cambridgeshire tackled 92 incidents in one day - and there are concerns climate change will put increasing pressure on services.

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Cambridge City Council acquires children’s nursery at Timberworks development

Cambridge City Council acquires children’s nursery at Timberworks development

Cambridge City Council acquires children’s nursery at Timberworks development

31 July 2022

The nursery is in one of the residential blocks being built at Timberworks on Cromwell Road by Cambridge Investment Partnership (CIP).


Welcome return as Cambridge Folk Festival becomes one big highlight

Welcome return as Cambridge Folk Festival becomes one big highlight

Welcome return as Cambridge Folk Festival becomes one big highlight

30 July 2022

Music is back in style as hugely popular event gets under way

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Residents invited to have a say on plans to regenerate East Barnwell

Residents invited to have a say on plans to regenerate East Barnwell

Residents invited to have a say on plans to regenerate East Barnwell

30 July 2022

The plans also include improved public open spaces, new housing and better walking and cycling routes.


Top tips to help parents of autistic children to navigate the summer holidays

Top tips to help parents of autistic children to navigate the summer holidays

Top tips to help parents of autistic children to navigate the summer holidays

30 July 2022

Deputy headteacher at The Cavendish School, Stephanie Smith, shares her advice about the move from term-time to summer break.


Former councillor to be sentenced for indecent image charges

Former councillor to be sentenced for indecent image charges

Former councillor to be sentenced for indecent image charges

29 July 2022

Alan Cox, 46, of Byron Square, Trumpington, Cambridge, had been due to be sentenced at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court yesterday (Thursday, July 28).


A guide to Our Place in Space solar system art trail in Cambridge - with map, events and a chance to meet a NASA astronaut

A guide to Our Place in Space solar system art trail in Cambridge - with map, events and a chance to meet a NASA astronaut

A guide to Our Place in Space solar system art trail in Cambridge - with map, events and a chance to meet a NASA astronaut

29 July 2022

This 8.5km sculpture trail of the solar system was designed by artist Oliver Jeffers, with astrophysicist Professor Stephen Smartt.

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Cherry Hinton Brook repair work shows value of protecting chalk streams

Cherry Hinton Brook repair work shows value of protecting chalk streams

Cherry Hinton Brook repair work shows value of protecting chalk streams

29 July 2022

Organisations and volunteers work together to protect network crucial to water wellbeing in Cambridge

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East West Rail plans ‘are unachievable’ says government body as lobbying letters revealed

East West Rail plans ‘are unachievable’ says government body as lobbying letters revealed

East West Rail plans ‘are unachievable’ says government body as lobbying letters revealed

29 July 2022

Infrastructure body delivers verdict on £5bn scheme, while letters show political, business and academic support for line.

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Cambridgeshire’s mayor praises GPs who ‘stepped up their care’ during pandemic

Cambridgeshire’s mayor praises GPs who ‘stepped up their care’ during pandemic

Cambridgeshire’s mayor praises GPs who ‘stepped up their care’ during pandemic

28 July 2022

Dr Nik Johnson has praised the county’s GPs and general practice staff for their “immense hard work and selflessness” during the pandemic.


Rishi Sunak visits Sawston on leadership campaign trail as he pledges to safeguard the economy and protect Green Belt

Rishi Sunak visits Sawston on leadership campaign trail as he pledges to safeguard the economy and protect Green Belt

Rishi Sunak visits Sawston on leadership campaign trail as he pledges to safeguard the economy and protect Green Belt

28 July 2022

Liz Truss, his opponent in the race to be the next PM, is also due to talk to Conservative members in the Cambridge region.

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Our guide to Cambridge Folk Festival 2022 - and what we’re most looking forward to

Our guide to Cambridge Folk Festival 2022 - and what we’re most looking forward to

Our guide to Cambridge Folk Festival 2022 - and what we’re most looking forward to

28 July 2022

After two Covid-affected years away, the much-loved events returns to Cherry Hinton Hall from today (Thursday, July 28).


Illustrator Jackie Morris will have ‘best seat in the house’ at Cambridge Folk Festival

Illustrator Jackie Morris will have ‘best seat in the house’ at Cambridge Folk Festival

Illustrator Jackie Morris will have ‘best seat in the house’ at Cambridge Folk Festival

28 July 2022

The acclaimed artist will be joining folk supergroup Spell Songs live on stage at Cherry Hinton Hall this Saturday (July 30).


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