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Parkland at Cambridgeshire's Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey to reopen

Parkland at Cambridgeshire's Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey to reopen

Parkland at Cambridgeshire's Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey to reopen

29 May 2020

Full details of all the National Trust parkland and gardens that are reopening and how to book online to visit.


£850m Cambridge tourism industry ‘won’t recover from Covid-19 pandemic for three years’

£850m Cambridge tourism industry ‘won’t recover from Covid-19 pandemic for three years’

£850m Cambridge tourism industry ‘won’t recover from Covid-19 pandemic for three years’

25 May 2020

With international travel stalled, tourism chiefs have set their sights on attracting more local visitors back into the city.

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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


Heritage society demands student flats site be turned into park

Heritage society demands student flats site be turned into park

Heritage society demands student flats site be turned into park

20 May 2020

Cambridge PPF has called for development at St Matthew’s Piece in Cambridge to stop and for the land to be made a public green space instead.

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Michael Rosen leaves intensive care after coronavirus bout

Michael Rosen leaves intensive care after coronavirus bout

Michael Rosen leaves intensive care after coronavirus bout

01 April 2020

Children adopt bear theme worldwide in windows and on walks as former children’s laureate battles on


Gill Hornby interview: the literary mystery that sparked a novel idea

Gill Hornby interview: the literary mystery that sparked a novel idea

Gill Hornby interview: the literary mystery that sparked a novel idea

30 March 2020

A stash of secret letters, a shadowy figure and one of England’s most famous authors inspired Gill Hornby’s new novel. Alex Spencer finds out more


City's chambers of secrets could be place for new bike parking

City's chambers of secrets could be place for new bike parking

City's chambers of secrets could be place for new bike parking

31 January 2020

Council to investigate basements underneath the cobbles to see if they can be repurposed


Private meeting to discuss ‘concept design’ of Cambridge market

Private meeting to discuss ‘concept design’ of Cambridge market

Private meeting to discuss ‘concept design’ of Cambridge market

16 January 2020

The future of the market square, including possible night-time use, is being discussed in two invitation-only workshops this week.

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Cambridgeshire’s new £5.3m archives set to open next month

Cambridgeshire’s new £5.3m archives set to open next month

Cambridgeshire’s new £5.3m archives set to open next month

25 November 2019

A total of 855 tons of historical records have moved from Shire Hall to Ely


Clubbers rocked as iconic Cambridge nightclub shuts

Clubbers rocked as iconic Cambridge nightclub shuts

Clubbers rocked as iconic Cambridge nightclub shuts

22 November 2019

Closure also leaves doubts over the future of one of the few LGBT+ nights in the city


Cambridge man sells Sooty's TV van for more than £1,000

Cambridge man sells Sooty's TV van for more than £1,000

Cambridge man sells Sooty's TV van for more than £1,000

21 November 2019

Matthew Corbett’s original TV Sooty Mobile, which spent 20 years in a garage, is sold at auction


Party planned in Cambridge market square for Grade II listing of historic cobbles

Party planned in Cambridge market square for Grade II listing of historic cobbles

Party planned in Cambridge market square for Grade II listing of historic cobbles

18 November 2019

Campaigners are inviting everyone to celebrate the market's cobbles being protected by Historic England


Home computer secures award win for Cambridge museum

Home computer secures award win for Cambridge museum

Home computer secures award win for Cambridge museum

16 November 2019

A prototype of the famous Sinclair ZX Spectrum computer helped the Centre for Computing History win Object of the Year


Cambridge man puts TV Sooty’s ‘rave mobile’ up for auction

Cambridge man puts TV Sooty’s ‘rave mobile’ up for auction

Cambridge man puts TV Sooty’s ‘rave mobile’ up for auction

15 November 2019

Matthew Corbett’s original TV Sooty Mobile has been unearthed from a garage after 20 years of gathering dust


‘Eyesore incinerator could be threat to health’ inquiry hears

‘Eyesore incinerator could be threat to health’ inquiry hears

‘Eyesore incinerator could be threat to health’ inquiry hears

07 November 2019

Campaigners have spoken out at a public inquiry about their fears if a massive waste incinerator is built on their doorstep

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Private investors could fund market redevelopment

Private investors could fund market redevelopment

Private investors could fund market redevelopment

30 October 2019

The city council could seek private investors to fund a redevelopment of Cambridge market square if designs are approved next year.


Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

28 October 2019

Girton College, Cambridge has celebrated its 150th anniversary.


Cambridge community hall re-opens thanks to refurbishment

Cambridge community hall re-opens thanks to refurbishment

Cambridge community hall re-opens thanks to refurbishment

05 October 2019

St John’s Community Centre on Hills Road was officially opened by the Bishop of Ely


Milton members urge National Trust to end relationship with Cadbury over palm oil

Milton members urge National Trust to end relationship with Cadbury over palm oil

Milton members urge National Trust to end relationship with Cadbury over palm oil

26 September 2019

Duo's resolution asks trust's 5½million members to sever contact with chocolate brand because of impact on rainforests.


Cambridge college presented with rare diary written by Shackleton's geologist

Cambridge college presented with rare diary written by Shackleton's geologist

Cambridge college presented with rare diary written by Shackleton's geologist

26 September 2019

A digitised version of the diary by Sir James Wordie will be available in the autumn


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