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Wanted: adventure seekers who can crack a mystery

Wanted: adventure seekers who can crack a mystery

Wanted: adventure seekers who can crack a mystery

03 June 2019

Win tickets to the secret launch of The Hidden Tales - a children's book that contains clues to a treasure hunt around Cambridge


Madingley to remember the sacrifices made by American serviceman during the D-Day landings

Madingley to remember the sacrifices made by American serviceman during the D-Day landings

Madingley to remember the sacrifices made by American serviceman during the D-Day landings

26 May 2019

The cemetery to pay tribute on May 27 to those who gave their lives during the D-Day landings


Call for Shire Hall sale to be reversed after £6.8m data move costs revealed

Call for Shire Hall sale to be reversed after £6.8m data move costs revealed

Call for Shire Hall sale to be reversed after £6.8m data move costs revealed

22 May 2019

This cost is on top of the £20 million the council already projects for the move out of Shire Hall to the new headquarters in Alconbury Weald


'DNA genie left bottle with ancestry testing', says Wellcome ethics researcher

'DNA genie left bottle with ancestry testing', says Wellcome ethics researcher

'DNA genie left bottle with ancestry testing', says Wellcome ethics researcher

22 May 2019

Direct-to-consumer genomic tests need careful evaluation while industry-wide regulatory framework remains elusive


Extremely rare Roman coin found during A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade work

Extremely rare Roman coin found during A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade work

Extremely rare Roman coin found during A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade work

20 May 2019

It is the latest discovery to be made on Highways England’s £1.5billion project


Council announces future of Shire Hall - and promises access to Castle Mound

Council announces future of Shire Hall - and promises access to Castle Mound

Council announces future of Shire Hall - and promises access to Castle Mound

17 May 2019

The county council's historic Shire Hall headquarters is set to be developed by firm behind Cambridge North station area and CB1 site.


Big 100-year vision marked at Wicken Fen

Big 100-year vision marked at Wicken Fen

Big 100-year vision marked at Wicken Fen

11 May 2019

The first ever property owned by the National Trust celebrated its anniversary with a weekend of wildlife fun


Denny Abbey Farmland Museum celebrates 50 years

Denny Abbey Farmland Museum celebrates 50 years

Denny Abbey Farmland Museum celebrates 50 years

10 May 2019

The Farmland Museum at Denny Abbey celebrated a milestone birthday at the weekend


Cambridgeshire pub saved by the community is to open next month after finding new tenants

Cambridgeshire pub saved by the community is to open next month after finding new tenants

Cambridgeshire pub saved by the community is to open next month after finding new tenants

09 May 2019

Experienced tenants, Peter and Megan Friskey, will take charge of the Three Tuns in Guilden Morden


Cycling charity CamCycle will welcome riders of all ages on their bank holiday trip to Reach Fair

Cycling charity CamCycle will welcome riders of all ages on their bank holiday trip to Reach Fair

Cycling charity CamCycle will welcome riders of all ages on their bank holiday trip to Reach Fair

03 May 2019

Guided cycle ride to UK's oldest fair. Here's how to join in


Secrets of 13th-century Crusaders uncovered through DNA clues

Secrets of 13th-century Crusaders uncovered through DNA clues

Secrets of 13th-century Crusaders uncovered through DNA clues

25 April 2019

Wellcome Sanger Institute scientists sequence DNA of 13th-century skeletons found in Lebanon


'Could your DNA data be used for Facebook ads?' Wellcome genetics panel asked

'Could your DNA data be used for Facebook ads?' Wellcome genetics panel asked

'Could your DNA data be used for Facebook ads?' Wellcome genetics panel asked

25 April 2019

Public event hears that unregulated third party services are commercialising genomics - and NHS is our best hope


Iconic Red Arrows aerobatic display team to return to Duxford before American trip

Iconic Red Arrows aerobatic display team to return to Duxford before American trip

Iconic Red Arrows aerobatic display team to return to Duxford before American trip

18 April 2019

Channel 5 documentary has rekindled the team's popularity across the UK


Museum and escape rooms nearing completion down by the riverside in Cambridge

Museum and escape rooms nearing completion down by the riverside in Cambridge

Museum and escape rooms nearing completion down by the riverside in Cambridge

14 April 2019

Grand re-opening expected to take place in early June


Cambridge school strike protestors flood King's Parade

Cambridge school strike protestors flood King's Parade

Cambridge school strike protestors flood King's Parade

12 April 2019

'Die-in' as school-age campaigners organise disruption - and education - on international day of action

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Art deco bracelet expected to sell for around £30,000 at Cambridge auction house

Art deco bracelet expected to sell for around £30,000 at Cambridge auction house

Art deco bracelet expected to sell for around £30,000 at Cambridge auction house

29 March 2019

Art deco bracelet is just one of a number of items for sale at jewellery auction


Public inquiry looks set to decide on incinerator

Public inquiry looks set to decide on incinerator

Public inquiry looks set to decide on incinerator

28 March 2019

Campaigners prepare to fight the plan once more


One of the most important examples in British home computing history finds home in Cambridge

One of the most important examples in British home computing history finds home in Cambridge

One of the most important examples in British home computing history finds home in Cambridge

19 March 2019

Sinclair Spectrum computer is donated after lying in a cupboard since the early 1980s


Novelist to record history of barracks site

Novelist to record history of barracks site

Novelist to record history of barracks site

30 January 2019

A local novelist has been awarded a grant to document the history of a former barracks before its possible development into a new town


Proof of a new WWI truce discovered by an amateur researcher from Histon

Proof of a new WWI truce discovered by an amateur researcher from Histon

Proof of a new WWI truce discovered by an amateur researcher from Histon

17 January 2019

Revelations found on a taped interview with soldier Harry Christmas


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