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Distant origin of cobbles at Cambridge’s Trinity College revealed

Distant origin of cobbles at Cambridge’s Trinity College revealed

Distant origin of cobbles at Cambridge’s Trinity College revealed

22 May 2022

New research has shown how the rare rock types in the University of Cambridge college's cobbles were brought here.


Widespread support for segregated cycle lanes in Greater Cambridge, report finds

Widespread support for segregated cycle lanes in Greater Cambridge, report finds

Widespread support for segregated cycle lanes in Greater Cambridge, report finds

22 May 2022

A new report produced by national walking and cycling charity Sustrans shows that participation in active travel is still high in Greater Cambridge.

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Newly-planted woodland and footpath in Cambridgeshire opened to public

Newly-planted woodland and footpath in Cambridgeshire opened to public

Newly-planted woodland and footpath in Cambridgeshire opened to public

21 May 2022

Cambridge Past, Present & Future was responsible for the planting.


Jesus Green water voles protected after council changes plans

Jesus Green water voles protected after council changes plans

Jesus Green water voles protected after council changes plans

21 May 2022

A plan to spruce up the river bank at Jesus Green has been shelved after TV presenter Chris Packham joined a campaign to save the water voles there

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Noisy neighbour has music equipment confiscated by Cambridge City Council

Noisy neighbour has music equipment confiscated by Cambridge City Council

Noisy neighbour has music equipment confiscated by Cambridge City Council

19 May 2022

Two stereos, a guitar and speakers have been seized from a resident who continued to disturb their neighbours by playing extremely loud music.


Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

17 May 2022

Campaigners at BP Institute say no energy transition is possible while investments continue

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World’s first zero-emissions cement developed in Cambridge

World’s first zero-emissions cement developed in Cambridge

World’s first zero-emissions cement developed in Cambridge

16 May 2022

Tedchnique uses existing methods differently rather than waiting for carbon storage or hydrogen options

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River Cam study finds ‘massively raised counts’ of faecal bacteria

River Cam study finds ‘massively raised counts’ of faecal bacteria

River Cam study finds ‘massively raised counts’ of faecal bacteria

15 May 2022

The research was carried out by the Cam Valley Forum.

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430-year-old oak tree in Eddington to form part of Ancient Canopy honouring Queen’s platinum jubilee

430-year-old oak tree in Eddington to form part of Ancient Canopy honouring Queen’s platinum jubilee

430-year-old oak tree in Eddington to form part of Ancient Canopy honouring Queen’s platinum jubilee

04 May 2022

It was probably planted or seeded in the reign of Elizabeth I.

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Tread Lightly: Face it - we need to make our cosmetics a little greener

Tread Lightly: Face it - we need to make our cosmetics a little greener

Tread Lightly: Face it - we need to make our cosmetics a little greener

03 May 2022

Allie Birley explains why we should consider what’s in the products we are popping into our shopping baskets.


No Mow May: County council joins in biodiversity initiative by pledging not to cut roadside verges this month

No Mow May: County council joins in biodiversity initiative by pledging not to cut roadside verges this month

No Mow May: County council joins in biodiversity initiative by pledging not to cut roadside verges this month

02 May 2022

Gardeners are encouraged to put the mower away and let their garden grow.

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Protesters raised a stink outside Anglian Water’s headquarters

Protesters raised a stink outside Anglian Water’s headquarters

Protesters raised a stink outside Anglian Water’s headquarters

30 April 2022

Sewage crisis must be solved, say Friends of the Cam, Little Blue Dot and Save Honey Hill


Political row over herbicide spraying in Cambridge deepens

Political row over herbicide spraying in Cambridge deepens

Political row over herbicide spraying in Cambridge deepens

28 April 2022

The Lib Dems and Labour have clashed over the issue.

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300 signatures for petition opposing gold River Cam artwork

300 signatures for petition opposing gold River Cam artwork

300 signatures for petition opposing gold River Cam artwork

28 April 2022

The leader of Cambridge City Council has promised the petition will be considered before the final piece of artwork is commissioned.

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Cambridge United win national environmental sustainability accolade at 2022 EFL Awards

Cambridge United win national environmental sustainability accolade at 2022 EFL Awards

Cambridge United win national environmental sustainability accolade at 2022 EFL Awards

25 April 2022

The U's were recognised for their work at the EFL Awards


Big Green Match: Donations to Cambridge PPF doubled this week to help it look after thousands of new trees

Big Green Match: Donations to Cambridge PPF doubled this week to help it look after thousands of new trees

Big Green Match: Donations to Cambridge PPF doubled this week to help it look after thousands of new trees

24 April 2022

The charity is expanding Wandlebury Country Park and Coton Countryside Reserve.

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Make a change for Earth Day says Cambridge cycling campaign Camcycle

Make a change for Earth Day says Cambridge cycling campaign Camcycle

Make a change for Earth Day says Cambridge cycling campaign Camcycle

22 April 2022

The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Independent Commission on Climate highlighted that the region is at high risk from the changing climate.

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Solar farm capable of generating power for 14,200 homes approved for South Cambridgeshire countryside

Solar farm capable of generating power for 14,200 homes approved for South Cambridgeshire countryside

Solar farm capable of generating power for 14,200 homes approved for South Cambridgeshire countryside

21 April 2022

Stargoose Solar Energy Farm will generate 50MW.

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Listen to the extraordinary song from village choir fighting new Honey Hill sewage plant

Listen to the extraordinary song from village choir fighting new Honey Hill sewage plant

Listen to the extraordinary song from village choir fighting new Honey Hill sewage plant

20 April 2022

The Save Honey Hill campaigners have released a comedy song expressing their feelings about a new sewage works planned for their doorstep.


Griff Rhys Jones caught making hay in a loud shirt in a rural area

Griff Rhys Jones caught making hay in a loud shirt in a rural area

Griff Rhys Jones caught making hay in a loud shirt in a rural area

17 April 2022

Comedian and campaigner charms long-time fan in a field near Stapleford


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