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Christmas is saved! Drive-in panto will bring Horrible Histories to Cambridgeshire

Christmas is saved! Drive-in panto will bring Horrible Histories to Cambridgeshire

Christmas is saved! Drive-in panto will bring Horrible Histories to Cambridgeshire

01 October 2020

IWM Duxford will host Horrible Christmas this December as part of a national tour


Life on the road after lockdown: A Cambridge family's France adventure

Life on the road after lockdown: A Cambridge family's France adventure

Life on the road after lockdown: A Cambridge family's France adventure

23 September 2020

Sarah Gibson Yates writes about how she and her family took the opportunity to safely live their road trip dream.


North Pole returning to Cambridge promising ‘gold standard’ Covid measures

North Pole returning to Cambridge promising ‘gold standard’ Covid measures

North Pole returning to Cambridge promising ‘gold standard’ Covid measures

21 September 2020

And this year there will be a Ferris wheel and 30m-long ice slide to add to the attractions.


What to enjoy at online Open Cambridge 2020

What to enjoy at online Open Cambridge 2020

What to enjoy at online Open Cambridge 2020

11 September 2020

It runs from September 11-13.


There’s still time to take part in treasure hunt-style Bridge the Gap 2020 charity walk in Cambridge

There’s still time to take part in treasure hunt-style Bridge the Gap 2020 charity walk in Cambridge

There’s still time to take part in treasure hunt-style Bridge the Gap 2020 charity walk in Cambridge

10 September 2020

The reformatted event is raising money for Arthur Rank Hospice and Romsey Mill.


‘You’ time is back - six ways to indulge yourself in Cambridge

‘You’ time is back - six ways to indulge yourself in Cambridge

‘You’ time is back - six ways to indulge yourself in Cambridge

09 September 2020

A sponsored feature in association with Cambridge BID, packed with ideas of things to do in Cambridge.


20-plus Cambridge restaurants and pubs offering Eat Out to Help Out-style discounts in September

20-plus Cambridge restaurants and pubs offering Eat Out to Help Out-style discounts in September

20-plus Cambridge restaurants and pubs offering Eat Out to Help Out-style discounts in September

09 September 2020

Try our interactive map - and get some advice on going out safely with Cambridge BID.


Cambridge Assessment ranked among top 30 family-friendly employers by Working Families

Cambridge Assessment ranked among top 30 family-friendly employers by Working Families

Cambridge Assessment ranked among top 30 family-friendly employers by Working Families

08 September 2020

The University of Cambridge’s exams arm says it has embraced flexible working.


Has your teenager got a forgotten £250-£1,000 in a government Child Trust Fund to claim?

Has your teenager got a forgotten £250-£1,000 in a government Child Trust Fund to claim?

Has your teenager got a forgotten £250-£1,000 in a government Child Trust Fund to claim?

31 August 2020

Those turning 18 in September can claim government cash - but many are unaware. Here’s how to claim it.


Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey reopens with free entry, thanks to lottery grant

Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey reopens with free entry, thanks to lottery grant

Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey reopens with free entry, thanks to lottery grant

27 August 2020

It offers a great place to take the family.


Cambridge Science Centre back with a bang as Bloodhound hits the trail

Cambridge Science Centre back with a bang as Bloodhound hits the trail

Cambridge Science Centre back with a bang as Bloodhound hits the trail

27 August 2020

The science centre enjoyed a jet-powered reopening with an exhibition on the Bloodhound LSR car.


Marvellous Maisie, 8, fundraises from her Cambridge hospital bed

Marvellous Maisie, 8, fundraises from her Cambridge hospital bed

Marvellous Maisie, 8, fundraises from her Cambridge hospital bed

25 August 2020

The Cambridge Brownie, who has cystic fibrosis, has been making keyrings during a stay at Addenbrooke's


Rediscover Cambridge this summer: How to make your visit special

Rediscover Cambridge this summer: How to make your visit special

Rediscover Cambridge this summer: How to make your visit special

20 August 2020

Cambridge BID CEO Ian Sandison explains the safety measures in place and has some great ideas on how to treat yourself and others | Sponsored feature


The science of piggybacks: Cambridge’s professor of play suggests playtime with dad helps children control emotions

The science of piggybacks: Cambridge’s professor of play suggests playtime with dad helps children control emotions

The science of piggybacks: Cambridge’s professor of play suggests playtime with dad helps children control emotions

28 July 2020

It can help them regulate behaviour when they grow older, University of Cambridge study finds.


Bridge the Gap charity walk in Cambridge to take place with a difference in 2020

Bridge the Gap charity walk in Cambridge to take place with a difference in 2020

Bridge the Gap charity walk in Cambridge to take place with a difference in 2020

24 July 2020

The reimagined event is supported by the Cambridge Independent and will raise money for The Cambridge Building Society and Romsey Mill.


Wanted - locked down households to act in radio plays

Wanted - locked down households to act in radio plays

Wanted - locked down households to act in radio plays

17 June 2020

A Cambridge theatre company has created a series of radio plays that they would like you – the public – to record.


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


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.


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


How to host a children’s party during lockdown

How to host a children’s party during lockdown

How to host a children’s party during lockdown

08 May 2020

Follow our top tips to make the most of their big day while we’re social distancing


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