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Prehistoric monster from the deep discovered on Cambridgeshire farmland - and it could be a new species

Prehistoric monster from the deep discovered on Cambridgeshire farmland - and it could be a new species

Prehistoric monster from the deep discovered on Cambridgeshire farmland - and it could be a new species

28 November 2021

Paleontologist Jamie Jordan was alerted by a metal detectorist.

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Campaigners launch website to raise £20,000 for temple carvings

Campaigners launch website to raise £20,000 for temple carvings

Campaigners launch website to raise £20,000 for temple carvings

26 November 2021

The money raised will go towards the cost of installing the archway in public space close to Mill Road.

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Pictures and video as Prince Charles visits Cambridge

Pictures and video as Prince Charles visits Cambridge

Pictures and video as Prince Charles visits Cambridge

23 November 2021

Our extensive gallery as the Prince of Wales visits Cambridge market, Homerton College and AstraZeneca’s new Discovery Centre.


Knitted poppies to adorn two Cambridgeshire war memorials

Knitted poppies to adorn two Cambridgeshire war memorials

Knitted poppies to adorn two Cambridgeshire war memorials

12 November 2021

Residents of Waterbeach and Landbeach spent the lockdowns knitting and crocheting 5,000 Remembrance poppies.


Anonymous donor brings 18th-century portrait home to Wimpole

Anonymous donor brings 18th-century portrait home to Wimpole

Anonymous donor brings 18th-century portrait home to Wimpole

12 November 2021

A secret investor has allowed the National Trust to buy an important 18th-century portrait just days before it was due to be sold at auction.


Guitar once owned by Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett fetches almost £20,000 at auction

Guitar once owned by Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett fetches almost £20,000 at auction

Guitar once owned by Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett fetches almost £20,000 at auction

28 October 2021

The 12-string acoustic Yamaha instrument fetched almost double its pre-sale estimate.


Conservators remodel upkeep of River Cam

Conservators remodel upkeep of River Cam

Conservators remodel upkeep of River Cam

21 October 2021

Maintenance outsourced as Cambridge river guardians look to improve service and stay afloat

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Jesus College Cambridge to return Benin artefact

Jesus College Cambridge to return Benin artefact

Jesus College Cambridge to return Benin artefact

15 October 2021

The college is to give back a Benin Bronze to Nigeria’s National Commission for Museums and Monuments on Wednesday, October 27.

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Girton Glebe School in Cambridgeshire celebrates swimming pool anniversary

Girton Glebe School in Cambridgeshire celebrates swimming pool anniversary

Girton Glebe School in Cambridgeshire celebrates swimming pool anniversary

07 October 2021

A plaque has been unveiled at the school to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the official opening of its swimming pool.


Cambridgeshire Regiment prisoners of war remembered at plaque unveiling

Cambridgeshire Regiment prisoners of war remembered at plaque unveiling

Cambridgeshire Regiment prisoners of war remembered at plaque unveiling

05 October 2021

Tribute was paid to the regiment’s WW II Far East Prisoners of War (FEPOWs) last Sunday (October 3) with a plaque dedicated to their Yasume Club.


Inside the refurbished Prince Regent pub in Cambridge

Inside the refurbished Prince Regent pub in Cambridge

Inside the refurbished Prince Regent pub in Cambridge

04 October 2021

The much-loved establishment on Regent Street is welcoming back guests following a six figure refurbishment.


What’s the pull of magnet fishing? A Cam regular explains the attraction...

What’s the pull of magnet fishing? A Cam regular explains the attraction...

What’s the pull of magnet fishing? A Cam regular explains the attraction...

02 October 2021

Popular activity helps river to breathe, explains Richard Leech, one of the original fans of the outdoor pursuit

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Push’s 400-mile walk to COP26 will carry message from Cambridge

Push’s 400-mile walk to COP26 will carry message from Cambridge

Push’s 400-mile walk to COP26 will carry message from Cambridge

01 October 2021

‘Activist walking’ sets off on Gandhi’ s birthday with appeal to find agreement at climate breakdown conference


Newly independent Martlet Capital starts £22m deeptech fund as Marshall launches Futureworx

Newly independent Martlet Capital starts £22m deeptech fund as Marshall launches Futureworx

Newly independent Martlet Capital starts £22m deeptech fund as Marshall launches Futureworx

29 September 2021

New accelerator for engineering, motors and aerospace group – while Robert Marshall announces MarQuity fund


30 pictures from IWM Duxford’s Battle of Britain Air Show

30 pictures from IWM Duxford’s Battle of Britain Air Show

30 pictures from IWM Duxford’s Battle of Britain Air Show

24 September 2021

Visitors to the event last weekend (September 18-19), many of whom came dressed in period costume, really got into the spirit of things.


9/11 artefacts on display at IWM Duxford in Cambridgeshire

9/11 artefacts on display at IWM Duxford in Cambridgeshire

9/11 artefacts on display at IWM Duxford in Cambridgeshire

11 September 2021

They include a large piece of twisted and rusted steelwork from the collapsed World Trade Center.


Lido Ladies enjoy visit to Jesus Green in Cambridge

Lido Ladies enjoy visit to Jesus Green in Cambridge

Lido Ladies enjoy visit to Jesus Green in Cambridge

03 September 2021

Jessica Walker and Nicola Foster, two ladies who love to swim in lidos, came to Cambridge last week to do just that at Jesus Green.

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Our guide to 25 highlights at Open Cambridge 2021

Our guide to 25 highlights at Open Cambridge 2021

Our guide to 25 highlights at Open Cambridge 2021

03 September 2021

The free heritage festival is packed with talks, guided walks and tours of sites behind usually closed doors.


New uses found for red telephone boxes in and around Cambridge

New uses found for red telephone boxes in and around Cambridge

New uses found for red telephone boxes in and around Cambridge

31 August 2021

In the city, for example, there are plans to turn one – currently used by a punting firm – into a coffee shop.


Saka artefacts from Kazakhstan to go on display at Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

Saka artefacts from Kazakhstan to go on display at Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

Saka artefacts from Kazakhstan to go on display at Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

09 August 2021

Golden artefacts unearthed from ancient burial mounds built by Saka warrior people in Kazakhstan will go on display next month.


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