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Food and activities scheme on offer in Easter holidays for Cambridgeshire children receiving free school meals

Food and activities scheme on offer in Easter holidays for Cambridgeshire children receiving free school meals

Food and activities scheme on offer in Easter holidays for Cambridgeshire children receiving free school meals

10 March 2022

Meanwhile, the county council will continue to fund holiday food vouchers for the next year at a cost of £3.6m.


Love Cambridge Restaurant Week returns for third year

Love Cambridge Restaurant Week returns for third year

Love Cambridge Restaurant Week returns for third year

09 March 2022

Enjoy special offers at nearly 40 of the city’s best eateries.


International Women’s Day 2022: ‘Whether it’s war or climate change, women always have to fight for justice’

International Women’s Day 2022: ‘Whether it’s war or climate change, women always have to fight for justice’

International Women’s Day 2022: ‘Whether it’s war or climate change, women always have to fight for justice’

08 March 2022

‘Gender equality is vital if we are to have a sustainable tomorrow,’ says Antoinette Nestor.


First teams sign up for this year’s Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival

First teams sign up for this year’s Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival

First teams sign up for this year’s Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival

07 March 2022

The event, in aid of Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT), has become one of the biggest corporate team events in the regional calendar.

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Action Plan brings relief to millions for Rare Disease Day 2022

Action Plan brings relief to millions for Rare Disease Day 2022

Action Plan brings relief to millions for Rare Disease Day 2022

28 February 2022

Cambridge case study celebrates tenacity and compassion of rare disease families and sufferers


Emilie Silverwood-Cope: You’ve got to side with their right to paaaaarty!

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: You’ve got to side with their right to paaaaarty!

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: You’ve got to side with their right to paaaaarty!

16 February 2022

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


Tightening the knot: Cambridge church helps couples renew their vows for Valentine’s Day

Tightening the knot: Cambridge church helps couples renew their vows for Valentine’s Day

Tightening the knot: Cambridge church helps couples renew their vows for Valentine’s Day

12 February 2022

Sunday’s service at Great St Mary’s reflects the strain that the pandemic has put on couples.


Our pick of the events at Cambridge’s Twilight at the Museums

Our pick of the events at Cambridge’s Twilight at the Museums

Our pick of the events at Cambridge’s Twilight at the Museums

11 February 2022

This half-term the University of Cambridge’s museums have put together a host of activities children can try out at home.


Trumpington Meadows celebrates Chinese new year with dancing and family festivities

Trumpington Meadows celebrates Chinese new year with dancing and family festivities

Trumpington Meadows celebrates Chinese new year with dancing and family festivities

11 February 2022

Calligraphy, dumpling-making and a market marked the Year of the Tiger.


Head for a half-term adventure at Clip ’N Climb Cambridge

Head for a half-term adventure at Clip ’N Climb Cambridge

Head for a half-term adventure at Clip ’N Climb Cambridge

10 February 2022

Sponsored feature | The activity venue is where climbing centre meets theme park.


£930,000 in grants awarded to Cambridge community groups and charities

£930,000 in grants awarded to Cambridge community groups and charities

£930,000 in grants awarded to Cambridge community groups and charities

10 February 2022

Cambridge City Council approved the funding to help tackle social and economic inequalities.


Tread Lightly: The value of country walks - and switching your phone off

Tread Lightly: The value of country walks - and switching your phone off

Tread Lightly: The value of country walks - and switching your phone off

01 February 2022

Allie Birley discusses mental wellbeing and suggests some places to head for a winter walk.


Revamped Histon library opens its doors

Revamped Histon library opens its doors

Revamped Histon library opens its doors

29 January 2022

The building, which closed in May 2020, was reopened on Thursday, January 20, after being enhanced by the county council.


Emilie Silverwood-Cope: How to avoid going completely bananas

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: How to avoid going completely bananas

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: How to avoid going completely bananas

18 January 2022

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


Enjoy the last few days of Cambridge’s North Pole

Enjoy the last few days of Cambridge’s North Pole

Enjoy the last few days of Cambridge’s North Pole

31 December 2021

The site on Parker’s Piece, home to fairground-style rides, an ice rink, a big wheel and the UK’s biggest ice slide, will close on January 3.


More than 22,000 enjoy Anglesey Abbey’s annual Winter Lights

More than 22,000 enjoy Anglesey Abbey’s annual Winter Lights

More than 22,000 enjoy Anglesey Abbey’s annual Winter Lights

30 December 2021

The popular event marked its 10th year in 2021, raising £250,000.


Colourful Christmas lights display at two Cambridgeshire homes raise money for charity

Colourful Christmas lights display at two Cambridgeshire homes raise money for charity

Colourful Christmas lights display at two Cambridgeshire homes raise money for charity

25 December 2021

Some homeowners, including a couple in Cambridge and a couple in Soham, are going the extra mile to decorate their homes this year.


Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Christmas on easy street

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Christmas on easy street

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Christmas on easy street

21 December 2021

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


Children aged six to 15 sought for 12-month study into slowing progression of short-sightedness by Anglia Ruskin University

Children aged six to 15 sought for 12-month study into slowing progression of short-sightedness by Anglia Ruskin University

Children aged six to 15 sought for 12-month study into slowing progression of short-sightedness by Anglia Ruskin University

20 December 2021

Sponsored feature | Appointments are available before Christmas and in early January.


‘Rabies risk’ of imported pups

‘Rabies risk’ of imported pups

‘Rabies risk’ of imported pups

20 December 2021

Trading Standards has raised an alert over pets bought from abroad for Christmas as they will be too young to have had their vaccinations.


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