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Everyone clubs together at Ely City Golf Club for Phoenix Trust

Everyone clubs together at Ely City Golf Club for Phoenix Trust

Everyone clubs together at Ely City Golf Club for Phoenix Trust

23 May 2022

The golf day was to raise money for the Milton-based charity.


Motorist who faced amputation walks home from Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Motorist who faced amputation walks home from Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Motorist who faced amputation walks home from Addenbrooke’s Hospital

22 May 2022

After more than five months of treatment, the 46-year-old was discharged from hospital.


Spitfire lost for almost 50 years will be back flying at IWM Duxford

Spitfire lost for almost 50 years will be back flying at IWM Duxford

Spitfire lost for almost 50 years will be back flying at IWM Duxford

19 May 2022

Built at Southampton in 1939, this Supermarine Spitfire Mark 1a was issued to No 19 Squadron at RAF Duxford in April 1940.


St Clement’s Church, one of the oldest churches in Cambridge, gets new set of bells

St Clement’s Church, one of the oldest churches in Cambridge, gets new set of bells

St Clement’s Church, one of the oldest churches in Cambridge, gets new set of bells

19 May 2022

Before arriving in Cambridge, the bells were cast in Italy and travelled to Somerset to be tuned and have all the fittings made.


The Overtones giving away free Cambridge concert tickets to refugees

The Overtones giving away free Cambridge concert tickets to refugees

The Overtones giving away free Cambridge concert tickets to refugees

18 May 2022

The vocal group are donating tickets to Ukrainian refugees in the UK and their host families.


Cambridge Junction receives £461,678 from Arts Council England’s Capital Investment Programme

Cambridge Junction receives £461,678 from Arts Council England’s Capital Investment Programme

Cambridge Junction receives £461,678 from Arts Council England’s Capital Investment Programme

11 May 2022

As part of these 2021-22 and 2022-23 grants, more than £22.7million has been awarded to 66 cultural organisations across the country.


‘My crazy 6,000-mile Baltic Sea Circle Rally adventure in £600 Porsche in memory of Jenny’

‘My crazy 6,000-mile Baltic Sea Circle Rally adventure in £600 Porsche in memory of Jenny’

‘My crazy 6,000-mile Baltic Sea Circle Rally adventure in £600 Porsche in memory of Jenny’

05 May 2022

Bereaved husband hopes to raise £50,000 for Arthur Rank Hospice.


First same-sex couple wed in British Antarctic Territory

First same-sex couple wed in British Antarctic Territory

First same-sex couple wed in British Antarctic Territory

25 April 2022

Stewards from the the UK’s new polar ship RRS Sir David Attenborough were wed by their captain.


Cambridge woman hits day 21 of hunger strike for Ukrainian refugees

Cambridge woman hits day 21 of hunger strike for Ukrainian refugees

Cambridge woman hits day 21 of hunger strike for Ukrainian refugees

21 April 2022

The former UN diplomat has lost 10kg and suffers nausea and vomiting as she continues her fast, aimed at highlighting the need to speed up visa system


‘My mum has trouble remembering me’ - Covid-19 pandemic takes its toll in Cambridgeshire care homes

‘My mum has trouble remembering me’ - Covid-19 pandemic takes its toll in Cambridgeshire care homes

‘My mum has trouble remembering me’ - Covid-19 pandemic takes its toll in Cambridgeshire care homes

18 April 2022

The isolation and loneliness of people living in care homes in Cambridgeshire during the Covid-19 pandemic has been laid bare in a new report.


Art installation at Histon Baptist Church depicts the Easter story using giant eggs

Art installation at Histon Baptist Church depicts the Easter story using giant eggs

Art installation at Histon Baptist Church depicts the Easter story using giant eggs

15 April 2022

The installation is the brainchild of Kate Farmer, wife of the church’s minister, Chris Farmer.


Bereaved mum takes on Pier to Pier walk for Each in memory of little Jacob

Bereaved mum takes on Pier to Pier walk for Each in memory of little Jacob

Bereaved mum takes on Pier to Pier walk for Each in memory of little Jacob

10 April 2022

The charity’s Milton hospice gave ‘incredible’ support, she said.


Missing Charles Darwin notebooks returned to Cambridge University Library in pink gift bag

Missing Charles Darwin notebooks returned to Cambridge University Library in pink gift bag

Missing Charles Darwin notebooks returned to Cambridge University Library in pink gift bag

05 April 2022

The small leather-bound books, one of which contains his iconic 1837 ‘Tree of Life’ sketch, were returned anonymously to the library.


Cambridge woman begins hunger strike over Ukrainian friend’s visa delays

Cambridge woman begins hunger strike over Ukrainian friend’s visa delays

Cambridge woman begins hunger strike over Ukrainian friend’s visa delays

01 April 2022

A charity worker has begun a hunger strike because her best friend, who is trapped in Ukraine, cannot get a visa to come to the UK.


Number of patients with Covid-19 in Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge more than trebles

Number of patients with Covid-19 in Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge more than trebles

Number of patients with Covid-19 in Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge more than trebles

31 March 2022

Data released today (Thursday, March 31) shows that Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (CUH) is currently caring for 103 patients with Covid-19.


Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

31 March 2022

Clare Shine, CEO and director at CISL said in a speech that he has always put “people and their needs at the very heart of design”.


Grain and Hop Store Cambridge goes head-to-head with rival pub in charity rowing challenge

Grain and Hop Store Cambridge goes head-to-head with rival pub in charity rowing challenge

Grain and Hop Store Cambridge goes head-to-head with rival pub in charity rowing challenge

30 March 2022

The pub in Regent Street is inviting people to come and put their rowing skills to the test to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.


Event celebrating 40 years of the University of the Third Age (U3A) held at Cambridge Union

Event celebrating 40 years of the University of the Third Age (U3A) held at Cambridge Union

Event celebrating 40 years of the University of the Third Age (U3A) held at Cambridge Union

25 March 2022

It was on March 22, 1982, that 80 people got together at St John’s College, Cambridge, to attend the first U3A classes.


Police urge parents to be alert to the dangers of cannabis edibles

Police urge parents to be alert to the dangers of cannabis edibles

Police urge parents to be alert to the dangers of cannabis edibles

22 March 2022

Parents are advised to be alert to signs of exploitation, as county lines gangs target children with cannabis disguised as sweets.


Schools and industry in Cambridge show the power of partnerships

Schools and industry in Cambridge show the power of partnerships

Schools and industry in Cambridge show the power of partnerships

18 March 2022

North Cambridge Academy, the Stephen Perse Foundation and Costello Medical are working together to tackle inequalities in the city.


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