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Jellies that don’t wobble create a stir in Histon and Impington

Jellies that don’t wobble create a stir in Histon and Impington

Jellies that don’t wobble create a stir in Histon and Impington

08 January 2021

A new art installation in Histon and Impington features six small-scale ‘jelly’ sculptures carved in stone and bronze.

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Norman Foster-designed Cambridgeshire museum given listed status

Norman Foster-designed Cambridgeshire museum given listed status

Norman Foster-designed Cambridgeshire museum given listed status

07 December 2020

The American Air Museum at IWM Duxford has been given Grade II*-listed status.


Carols from King’s to go ahead with no congregation

Carols from King’s to go ahead with no congregation

Carols from King’s to go ahead with no congregation

29 November 2020

‘Necessary precautions’ for ‘A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols’ on December 24


RAREfest20 to open windows into rare genetic disorders

RAREfest20 to open windows into rare genetic disorders

RAREfest20 to open windows into rare genetic disorders

27 November 2020

Last chance to register for Saturday’s virtual event


Cambridge University Library appeals for help in finding ‘stolen’ Charles Darwin notebooks worth millions

Cambridge University Library appeals for help in finding ‘stolen’ Charles Darwin notebooks worth millions

Cambridge University Library appeals for help in finding ‘stolen’ Charles Darwin notebooks worth millions

24 November 2020

A public appeal has been launched for help in locating two missing notebooks, one of which contains Charles Darwin’s ‘Tree of Life’ sketch.


Join our campaign to save Waterbeach village homes from demolition

Join our campaign to save Waterbeach village homes from demolition

Join our campaign to save Waterbeach village homes from demolition

04 November 2020

Family homes could be demolished in a Cambridgeshire village to make way for a new segregated busway. Sign our petition here to save them.

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Can you spot Cambridge’s ten quirkiest landmarks?

Can you spot Cambridge’s ten quirkiest landmarks?

Can you spot Cambridge’s ten quirkiest landmarks?

31 October 2020

Author Andrew Kersham, reveals some of the strange stories behind the city's most unusual landmarks in his new book, Walking Cambridge

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Classic Russian car seen on the streets of Cambridge

Classic Russian car seen on the streets of Cambridge

Classic Russian car seen on the streets of Cambridge

29 October 2020

The GAZ Volga M21 model III, made in 1969 and owned by Cambridge resident Kiril Vitanov, is believed to be the only car of its type in the city.


Discover the treasures of the Cambridge University Library

Discover the treasures of the Cambridge University Library

Discover the treasures of the Cambridge University Library

03 October 2020

Fragile documents from Isaac Newton's notebooks to an ancient handwritten bible and Shakespeare's First Folio are now on Google Arts and Culture.


Why the flag of the Bahamas is flying above St Catharine’s College

Why the flag of the Bahamas is flying above St Catharine’s College

Why the flag of the Bahamas is flying above St Catharine’s College

01 October 2020

And it will return on October 31.


Our understanding of Vikings has been rewritten by University of Cambridge DNA sequencing project

Our understanding of Vikings has been rewritten by University of Cambridge DNA sequencing project

Our understanding of Vikings has been rewritten by University of Cambridge DNA sequencing project

24 September 2020

The traditional view of Vikings as blonde-hair warriors from Scandinavia needs updating.


Time to comment on Flying Pig plans

Time to comment on Flying Pig plans

Time to comment on Flying Pig plans

02 September 2020

Campaigners hoping to save the Flying Pig pub when the plot it stands on is redeveloped have called for people to respond to the new plans.


Cambridge researchers uncover 500-year-old murder mystery in scrolls

Cambridge researchers uncover 500-year-old murder mystery in scrolls

Cambridge researchers uncover 500-year-old murder mystery in scrolls

29 August 2020

Buried within scrolls that record court cases of the 17th century is a story of a missing child, remains found in a pot and parents under suspicion.


Chocks away - Bottisham Airfield Museum is ready to relaunch

Chocks away - Bottisham Airfield Museum is ready to relaunch

Chocks away - Bottisham Airfield Museum is ready to relaunch

12 August 2020

Museum is set to reopen after a major project to restore the original buildings to their 1940s glory.


Humanity shows its face for Movement Against Racism on Parker’s Piece

Humanity shows its face for Movement Against Racism on Parker’s Piece

Humanity shows its face for Movement Against Racism on Parker’s Piece

02 August 2020

Minor incident fails to mar positivity at ‘Black Lives Matters-friendly’ event

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Roman and Bronze Age finds as archaeologists dig at Waterbeach Barracks

Roman and Bronze Age finds as archaeologists dig at Waterbeach Barracks

Roman and Bronze Age finds as archaeologists dig at Waterbeach Barracks

27 July 2020

Excavations are being carried out ahead of the building of 1,600 homes in the first phase of the Urban & Civic development.


Michael Rosen makes triumphant return to Twitter for ‘Beard of the Summer 2020’

Michael Rosen makes triumphant return to Twitter for ‘Beard of the Summer 2020’

Michael Rosen makes triumphant return to Twitter for ‘Beard of the Summer 2020’

22 June 2020

Much-loved author and poet on the mend

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Cambridge Judge study helps reimagine churches for today’s communities

Cambridge Judge study helps reimagine churches for today’s communities

Cambridge Judge study helps reimagine churches for today’s communities

17 June 2020

Dr Timur Alexandrov of Cambridge Judge Business School, and Geoffrey Hunter of the Diocese of Ely, lead project to expand role in daily life


‘I can’t breathe’ mural on Mill Road bridge ‘for victims of racism’

‘I can’t breathe’ mural on Mill Road bridge ‘for victims of racism’

‘I can’t breathe’ mural on Mill Road bridge ‘for victims of racism’

17 June 2020

Graffiti artist Kyle Warwick says: ‘We all have a lot of re-thinking to do’

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Victory for campaigners against waste incinerator

Victory for campaigners against waste incinerator

Victory for campaigners against waste incinerator

15 June 2020

Campaigners are celebrating after a planning inquiry decision to refuse permission for the 80m tall waste incinerator outside a Cambridgeshire village


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