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Former England cricketer Devon Malcolm to bowl over the crowd at charity cricket match

Former England cricketer Devon Malcolm to bowl over the crowd at charity cricket match

Former England cricketer Devon Malcolm to bowl over the crowd at charity cricket match

15 April 2024

Carter Jonas and COEL will once again be hosting a T20 charity cricket match at Fenner’s in June.


They’re back! Night climbers place Palestinian flags on iconic Cambridge buildings

They’re back! Night climbers place Palestinian flags on iconic Cambridge buildings

They’re back! Night climbers place Palestinian flags on iconic Cambridge buildings

14 April 2024

Stop The War coalition wants to ‘highlight the issue’ of funding Israel.


Michael Tanner, Corpus Christi’s ‘gleeful, withering, wonderful’ don extraordinaire

Michael Tanner, Corpus Christi’s ‘gleeful, withering, wonderful’ don extraordinaire

Michael Tanner, Corpus Christi’s ‘gleeful, withering, wonderful’ don extraordinaire

12 April 2024

A personal tribute to ‘one of the great College figures of the 20th century’, 1935-2024.


Mary Quant the subject of Sick Children’s Trust lunchtime talk

Mary Quant the subject of Sick Children’s Trust lunchtime talk

Mary Quant the subject of Sick Children’s Trust lunchtime talk

10 April 2024

Heather Tilbury Phillips gave the talk on her friend, the late fashion designer who died in 2023.


Addenbrooke’s security staff set to skydive for charitable trust

Addenbrooke’s security staff set to skydive for charitable trust

Addenbrooke’s security staff set to skydive for charitable trust

09 April 2024

Just over £3,000 has been raised so far for ACT.


‘He’ll be sorely missed’ - tribute to pilot who died in Duxford plane crash

‘He’ll be sorely missed’ - tribute to pilot who died in Duxford plane crash

‘He’ll be sorely missed’ - tribute to pilot who died in Duxford plane crash

08 April 2024

An inquest into his death opens on 11 April.


Reunion at Royal Papworth Hospital marks 40 years since Europe’s first successful heart-lung transplant

Reunion at Royal Papworth Hospital marks 40 years since Europe’s first successful heart-lung transplant

Reunion at Royal Papworth Hospital marks 40 years since Europe’s first successful heart-lung transplant

05 April 2024

Professor John Wallwork led the team of medics who carried out the pioneering surgery in 1984.


Philip Stott takes over at University of the Third Age in Cambridge

Philip Stott takes over at University of the Third Age in Cambridge

Philip Stott takes over at University of the Third Age in Cambridge

05 April 2024

The retired academic is the new chair of the educational charity for retired and semi-retired people.


New book tells the stories of ancient communities connected by the A14

New book tells the stories of ancient communities connected by the A14

New book tells the stories of ancient communities connected by the A14

04 April 2024

‘Unearthing the A14; 50 objects from one of Britain’s biggest digs’ explores finds from the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon excavations.


Domestic abuse subject of Anglia Ruskin University all-day event

Domestic abuse subject of Anglia Ruskin University all-day event

Domestic abuse subject of Anglia Ruskin University all-day event

02 April 2024

The day will also see the launch of the ARU staff and student domestic abuse policy.


Rotary Club of Cambridge member Gill lends a hand in raising funds for charity Lendwithcare

Rotary Club of Cambridge member Gill lends a hand in raising funds for charity Lendwithcare

Rotary Club of Cambridge member Gill lends a hand in raising funds for charity Lendwithcare

02 April 2024

Lendwithcare is a lending initiative which offers loans to entrepreneurs in developing countries.


Cambridge-based ex-policeman David Murray-Gilbertson’s new book explores the state of modern UK policing

Cambridge-based ex-policeman David Murray-Gilbertson’s new book explores the state of modern UK policing

Cambridge-based ex-policeman David Murray-Gilbertson’s new book explores the state of modern UK policing

01 April 2024

The book is titled ‘The Strange Death of Constable George Dixon: Why the Police have stopped policing and what we must do about it’.


Laughter yoga, music and more at Cambridge Biomedical Campus’s Day of Happiness

Laughter yoga, music and more at Cambridge Biomedical Campus’s Day of Happiness

Laughter yoga, music and more at Cambridge Biomedical Campus’s Day of Happiness

30 March 2024

There was also live music from local musician Chris Andrews, and stand-up comedy from professional comedian Gary Sansome.


The Imaginarium comes to life at King’s College

The Imaginarium comes to life at King’s College

The Imaginarium comes to life at King’s College

28 March 2024

All ages encouraged to rediscover our place in the natural world.


Cambridge business leader Billy Boyle to run seven marathons in seven days for charity

Cambridge business leader Billy Boyle to run seven marathons in seven days for charity

Cambridge business leader Billy Boyle to run seven marathons in seven days for charity

28 March 2024

He will tackle the gruelling 184-mile challenge to raise money for Cancer Research UK and Street Child.


New blue plaques tell the story of Cambridge’s Victorian residents

New blue plaques tell the story of Cambridge’s Victorian residents

New blue plaques tell the story of Cambridge’s Victorian residents

28 March 2024

Historian and Cambridge resident Helen Weinstein has organised the exhibition along Gwydir Street and Kingston Street.


‘Cornered’ Ekin Road resident speaks out against Abbey redevelopment plan

‘Cornered’ Ekin Road resident speaks out against Abbey redevelopment plan

‘Cornered’ Ekin Road resident speaks out against Abbey redevelopment plan

24 March 2024

‘When you get to the age of 83, you don’t want to move out’ says Paola Pugsley.


Princess of Wales tells of ‘huge shock’ after cancer diagnosis

Princess of Wales tells of ‘huge shock’ after cancer diagnosis

Princess of Wales tells of ‘huge shock’ after cancer diagnosis

22 March 2024

Kate tells other facing the disease: ‘You are not alone.’


Cambridgeshire composer Michael Lawson and the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra release Song for Ukraine

Cambridgeshire composer Michael Lawson and the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra release Song for Ukraine

Cambridgeshire composer Michael Lawson and the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra release Song for Ukraine

21 March 2024

The piece is raising funds for UNICEF’s Ukraine Children’s Appeal, and the Ukraine-based Hospice of Hope.


Concerns grow as community has its say on Abbey ward’s £100m redevelopment plan

Concerns grow as community has its say on Abbey ward’s £100m redevelopment plan

Concerns grow as community has its say on Abbey ward’s £100m redevelopment plan

21 March 2024

Meeting at Christ the Redeemer church hears council’s rehousing plan could start in autumn.


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