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The grand reopening: Independents’ day for Cambridge traders

The grand reopening: Independents’ day for Cambridge traders

The grand reopening: Independents’ day for Cambridge traders

03 July 2020

Group of city centre businesses to open doors on Saturday (July 4)


The grand reopening: Cambridgeshire hotel adapts to ensure guests’ safety

The grand reopening: Cambridgeshire hotel adapts to ensure guests’ safety

The grand reopening: Cambridgeshire hotel adapts to ensure guests’ safety

03 July 2020

Safety provisions makes sure stays are guest focused


Tuning into the bird song on a ramble in Wilbraham Fen

Tuning into the bird song on a ramble in Wilbraham Fen

Tuning into the bird song on a ramble in Wilbraham Fen

02 July 2020

Nature notes: Martin Walters gets to hear from an elusive species that can be frustratingly hard to see.


Cambridge Open Studios 2020: Your guide to the city's window art discovery trail

Cambridge Open Studios 2020: Your guide to the city's window art discovery trail

Cambridge Open Studios 2020: Your guide to the city's window art discovery trail

02 July 2020

Cambridge Open Windows – an art trail around the city and nearby villages – will take place every weekend in July. Our map shows where to find them.


Your guide to visiting Cambridge - and staying safe - as lockdown eases

Your guide to visiting Cambridge - and staying safe - as lockdown eases

Your guide to visiting Cambridge - and staying safe - as lockdown eases

02 July 2020

All the information you need about travel, queuing, social distancing and booking ahead, including where the toilets are, when heading to Cambridge


Where is Cambridge's new drive-in cinema?

Where is Cambridge's new drive-in cinema?

Where is Cambridge's new drive-in cinema?

24 June 2020

Discover how to get tickets for Cambridge's new drive-in cinema and a series of drive-in concerts announced this week

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Punting is back in business in Cambridge - but only on the upper River Cam

Punting is back in business in Cambridge - but only on the upper River Cam

Punting is back in business in Cambridge - but only on the upper River Cam

15 June 2020

Scudmore's is back on the River Cam with a new booking system and safety measures for customers


What are the new rules for shopping in Cambridge?

What are the new rules for shopping in Cambridge?

What are the new rules for shopping in Cambridge?

12 June 2020

Managers of The Grafton, Lion Yard and Grand Arcade urge patience with new rules including one-way systems and hands-free browsing.


Could this be Cambridge’s first drive-in cinema?

Could this be Cambridge’s first drive-in cinema?

Could this be Cambridge’s first drive-in cinema?

10 June 2020

Film lovers who are missing their trips to the movies, take heart – a season of outdoor cinema looks set to take place in Cambridge this summer.

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Shepreth Wildlife Park must stay shut even when shops reopen

 Shepreth Wildlife Park must stay shut even when shops reopen

Shepreth Wildlife Park must stay shut even when shops reopen

09 June 2020

Director Rebecca Willers says it is unfair that Shepreth’s outside attraction must remain closed when non-essential shops can open.


Cambridge Grand Arcade shopping centre to reopen

Cambridge Grand Arcade shopping centre to reopen

Cambridge Grand Arcade shopping centre to reopen

08 June 2020

Shoppers will be asked to follow a one-way system throughout all levels to help keep everyone safely distanced


How city’s artists are turning to street art exhibitions

How city’s artists are turning to street art exhibitions

How city’s artists are turning to street art exhibitions

25 May 2020

With lockdown preventing visits to artists' homes, Cambridge Open Studios is offering an artist treasure hunt on your daily walk


Discover the new Dinky Door that appeared in a Cambridge park this weekend

Discover the new Dinky Door that appeared in a Cambridge park this weekend

Discover the new Dinky Door that appeared in a Cambridge park this weekend

25 May 2020

The miniature gateway in the shape of an ancient, leather-bound book is said to lead to the lair of the Knight Rider


Brighten up that work Zoom call - with an aardvark

Brighten up that work Zoom call - with an aardvark

Brighten up that work Zoom call - with an aardvark

13 May 2020

After weeks in lockdown everyone is a bit jaded with the morning Zoom call from work – but what if you could invite an aardvark to the meeting?


Time to get revved up for a whizz in a soapbox at the UK home of horseracing

Time to get revved up for a whizz in a soapbox at the UK home of horseracing

Time to get revved up for a whizz in a soapbox at the UK home of horseracing

23 April 2020

Crowds at the famous flat racing course will be roaring on a a different kind of horsepower this summer


How to become a backyard astronomer

How to become a backyard astronomer

How to become a backyard astronomer

10 April 2020

It’s never been a better time to turn your gaze heavenwards as the pollution clears from the skies making the view crystal clear


Fighting for future of Shepreth Wildlife Park during Covid-19 crisis

Fighting for future of Shepreth Wildlife Park during Covid-19 crisis

Fighting for future of Shepreth Wildlife Park during Covid-19 crisis

03 April 2020

The zoo's future may be hanging in the balance, with costs of almost £3,000 a day to look after the animals and no income from visitors


Hotel launches 'experience vouchers'

Hotel launches 'experience vouchers'

Hotel launches 'experience vouchers'

27 March 2020

The Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge has launched experience vouchers, that allow individuals to send a gift to a loved one they can’t see.


Searching for a rare silhouette during a trip to Breckland

Searching for a rare silhouette during a trip to Breckland

Searching for a rare silhouette during a trip to Breckland

19 March 2020

Martin Walters goes in search of a rare bird... and finds it over the border in Norfolk.


Cambridge Science Festival cancelled over coronavirus risk

Cambridge Science Festival cancelled over coronavirus risk

Cambridge Science Festival cancelled over coronavirus risk

13 March 2020

Organisers have cancelled the remainder of the programme to avoid inadvertently exposing visitors and staff to the risk of coronavirus.


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