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Cambridge University Botanic Garden wins approval for improved new ticket office and shop

Cambridge University Botanic Garden wins approval for improved new ticket office and shop

Cambridge University Botanic Garden wins approval for improved new ticket office and shop

24 February 2024

It will also feature public toilets and a buggy store.


Cambridge’s new cargo e-bike brings wheel benefits, says MP

Cambridge’s new cargo e-bike brings wheel benefits, says MP

Cambridge’s new cargo e-bike brings wheel benefits, says MP

17 February 2024

Four-wheel transport mode suitable for urban delivery and multi-person rides.

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Revealed: £2 visitor levy proposed for those staying overnight in Cambridge to boost investment

Revealed: £2 visitor levy proposed for those staying overnight in Cambridge to boost investment

Revealed: £2 visitor levy proposed for those staying overnight in Cambridge to boost investment

16 February 2024

The city could be one of the first in the UK to impose a ‘tourist tax’ style charge.

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UK in recession: Government ‘has no coherent policy to grow economy’ says Cambridge expert

UK in recession: Government ‘has no coherent policy to grow economy’ says Cambridge expert

UK in recession: Government ‘has no coherent policy to grow economy’ says Cambridge expert

15 February 2024

But we can expect some tax-cutting to appease voters, he says.

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Council offers consultant £1.25m to ‘reimagine’ Cambridge’s civic quarter

Council offers consultant £1.25m to ‘reimagine’ Cambridge’s civic quarter

Council offers consultant £1.25m to ‘reimagine’ Cambridge’s civic quarter

15 February 2024

But campaigners are concerned that the public has not been properly consulted on the plans before they go to a design stage.

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The Body Shop appoints administrator: Cambridge store stays open

The Body Shop appoints administrator: Cambridge store stays open

The Body Shop appoints administrator: Cambridge store stays open

14 February 2024

Turnaround strategy awaited for beauty products retailer.

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Revealed: What will be on offer as a winter wonderland finally returns to Parker’s Piece in Cambridge in 2024

Revealed: What will be on offer as a winter wonderland finally returns to Parker’s Piece in Cambridge in 2024

Revealed: What will be on offer as a winter wonderland finally returns to Parker’s Piece in Cambridge in 2024

01 February 2024

It follows two years without a festive attraction in the city.


Could Brexit scupper red roses for Valentine’s Day? Cambridge MP warns of new border controls ‘disaster’ on imports

Could Brexit scupper red roses for Valentine’s Day? Cambridge MP warns of new border controls ‘disaster’ on imports

Could Brexit scupper red roses for Valentine’s Day? Cambridge MP warns of new border controls ‘disaster’ on imports

31 January 2024

Daniel Zeichner warns impact could include imports of red Valentine’s Day roses.

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Darwin Green residents fear impact of dust, noise and vibration with demolition of new homes resuming

Darwin Green residents fear impact of dust, noise and vibration with demolition of new homes resuming

Darwin Green residents fear impact of dust, noise and vibration with demolition of new homes resuming

26 January 2024

It’s been described as a ‘construction disaster’.

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Scheme will see drivers hit with fines for parking illegally in South Cambridgeshire

Scheme will see drivers hit with fines for parking illegally in South Cambridgeshire

Scheme will see drivers hit with fines for parking illegally in South Cambridgeshire

24 January 2024

Civil parking enforcement will go live next week.

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Ed Sheeran’s underwear helps raise more than £27,000

Ed Sheeran’s underwear helps raise more than £27,000

Ed Sheeran’s underwear helps raise more than £27,000

13 January 2024

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices benefit from singer’s donated items.


Sook founder ‘devastated’ after lack of investment forces closure

Sook founder ‘devastated’ after lack of investment forces closure

Sook founder ‘devastated’ after lack of investment forces closure

11 January 2024

...But pop-up retail era kickstarted by John Hoyle lives on.


Train passengers face ‘another unwelcome price hike’ as season ticket from Cambridge could rise by £265

Train passengers face ‘another unwelcome price hike’ as season ticket from Cambridge could rise by £265

Train passengers face ‘another unwelcome price hike’ as season ticket from Cambridge could rise by £265

30 December 2023

The Department for Transport announced that regulated fares in England will increase by up to 4.9% on March 3 next year.

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Voi e-scooters in Cambridge to shut down on New Year’s Eve

Voi e-scooters in Cambridge to shut down on New Year’s Eve

Voi e-scooters in Cambridge to shut down on New Year’s Eve

28 December 2023

Voi is advising riders that its e-scooters will be temporarily unavailable


Millions of Anglian Water customers could be entitled to compensation if legal action succeeds

Millions of Anglian Water customers could be entitled to compensation if legal action succeeds

Millions of Anglian Water customers could be entitled to compensation if legal action succeeds

28 December 2023

An environmental consultant is taking action against six companies.


Waterbeach Post Office reopens after two-month closure

Waterbeach Post Office reopens after two-month closure

Waterbeach Post Office reopens after two-month closure

21 December 2023

The move has been welcomed by the area’s MP.


New Co-op launches in city to serve Marleigh community

New Co-op launches in city to serve Marleigh community

New Co-op launches in city to serve Marleigh community

18 December 2023

The shop includes an in-store bakery, hot food, a Costa coffee express machine and a free cash machine.

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Pocket Watch & Petticoats’ shop window comes out on top in Cambridge BID competition

Pocket Watch & Petticoats’ shop window comes out on top in Cambridge BID competition

Pocket Watch & Petticoats’ shop window comes out on top in Cambridge BID competition

13 December 2023

Every year, shops and traders in the city centre create festive displays designed to entice shoppers.


Cambridge City Council needs to make ‘substantial savings’ over coming years

Cambridge City Council needs to make ‘substantial savings’ over coming years

Cambridge City Council needs to make ‘substantial savings’ over coming years

05 December 2023

The council predicts that it will need to save around £6million in the next three years, and £11.1m in new savings by 2029.

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Change to access at Royston and Thriplow recycling centres

Change to access at Royston and Thriplow recycling centres

Change to access at Royston and Thriplow recycling centres

02 December 2023

Cambridgeshire residents will now need to apply for a digital permit to use Royston Household Recycling Centre.

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