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Surviving Winter Appeal: Join our campaign with Cambridgeshire Community Foundation to raise £20,000

Surviving Winter Appeal: Join our campaign with Cambridgeshire Community Foundation to raise £20,000

Surviving Winter Appeal: Join our campaign with Cambridgeshire Community Foundation to raise £20,000

30 November 2023

Can you help those worst hit by the effects of fuel poverty and the cost of living crisis?


Tributes follow death of ‘talented’ teacher Sue Berridge, who helped to save Coleridge Community College

Tributes follow death of ‘talented’ teacher Sue Berridge, who helped to save Coleridge Community College

Tributes follow death of ‘talented’ teacher Sue Berridge, who helped to save Coleridge Community College

26 November 2023

She spent 19 years leading drama teaching at the Cambridge school.


‘Meet Local Authors’ showcase due at Cambridge Central Library

‘Meet Local Authors’ showcase due at Cambridge Central Library

‘Meet Local Authors’ showcase due at Cambridge Central Library

22 November 2023

Lion Yard event highlights range and diversity of city’s writers.


Heartbroken family pay tribute to much-loved 20-year-old Jack Bayford

Heartbroken family pay tribute to much-loved 20-year-old Jack Bayford

Heartbroken family pay tribute to much-loved 20-year-old Jack Bayford

20 November 2023

Jack Bayford, 20, died following a collision on the A428.

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Vigil for Gaza healthcare workers outside Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Vigil for Gaza healthcare workers outside Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Vigil for Gaza healthcare workers outside Addenbrooke’s Hospital

18 November 2023

‘Hospitals should be treated like places of worship’, says Gaza medic at Cambridge event.


Family of Sian Hammond pay tribute to her as ‘friendliest person’ as husband is remanded in custody charged with murder

Family of Sian Hammond pay tribute to her as ‘friendliest person’ as husband is remanded in custody charged with murder

Family of Sian Hammond pay tribute to her as ‘friendliest person’ as husband is remanded in custody charged with murder

17 November 2023

46-year-old mortgage broker was found dead at her home in Histon.


Michael Rosen, ‘our very own Lazarus’, in Cambridge poetry masterclass

Michael Rosen, ‘our very own Lazarus’, in Cambridge poetry masterclass

Michael Rosen, ‘our very own Lazarus’, in Cambridge poetry masterclass

16 November 2023

Huge welcome for acclaimed writer and educator at Coleridge Community College.

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Ed Sheeran donates 450 items - including his underwear - to East Anglia's Children's Hospices

Ed Sheeran donates 450 items - including his underwear - to East Anglia's Children's Hospices

Ed Sheeran donates 450 items - including his underwear - to East Anglia's Children's Hospices

13 November 2023

The singer has been an ambassador for the charity since 2014.


Empty-nesters called on to consider fostering vulnerable young people in Cambridgeshire

Empty-nesters called on to consider fostering vulnerable young people in Cambridgeshire

Empty-nesters called on to consider fostering vulnerable young people in Cambridgeshire

12 November 2023

There are more than 400 young people aged 12-18 unable to live with birth families in the county.


Addenbrooke’s becomes first NHS hospital to use AI-enhanced superhot needle treatment for cancer patients

Addenbrooke’s becomes first NHS hospital to use AI-enhanced superhot needle treatment for cancer patients

Addenbrooke’s becomes first NHS hospital to use AI-enhanced superhot needle treatment for cancer patients

11 November 2023

It can can pinpoint and destroy life-threatening tumours.


Remembrance Day 2023: Our guide to events in Cambridge, Ely and across South Cambridgeshire

Remembrance Day 2023: Our guide to events in Cambridge, Ely and across South Cambridgeshire

Remembrance Day 2023: Our guide to events in Cambridge, Ely and across South Cambridgeshire

10 November 2023

Events to remember the fallen will be held across Cambridgeshire


Lucy Hawking helps to nurture ‘Thriving Minds’ at symposium

Lucy Hawking helps to nurture ‘Thriving Minds’ at symposium

Lucy Hawking helps to nurture ‘Thriving Minds’ at symposium

09 November 2023

The daughter of the late Prof Stephen Hawking hosted the Thriving Minds Symposium at Sancton Wood Senior School in Cambridge.


Tribe Training Cambridge to take on challenge in memory of member who died in base jump tragedy

Tribe Training Cambridge to take on challenge in memory of member who died in base jump tragedy

Tribe Training Cambridge to take on challenge in memory of member who died in base jump tragedy

08 November 2023

Dilip Marcus Sundhod’s parachute failed to open properly during jump in Turkey.


In pictures: Bears, snakes and adventure as Daniel Clark from Comberton takes on 2,200-mile Appalachian Trail

In pictures: Bears, snakes and adventure as Daniel Clark from Comberton takes on 2,200-mile Appalachian Trail

In pictures: Bears, snakes and adventure as Daniel Clark from Comberton takes on 2,200-mile Appalachian Trail

06 November 2023

The official distance for the trail is 2,198.4 miles and it is considered the world’s longest continuous footpath.


Fourth Cambridge weekend protest is ‘a march of sorrow, solidarity and love’ calling for Gaza ceasefire

Fourth Cambridge weekend protest is ‘a march of sorrow, solidarity and love’ calling for Gaza ceasefire

Fourth Cambridge weekend protest is ‘a march of sorrow, solidarity and love’ calling for Gaza ceasefire

05 November 2023

Labour city councillors have joined the peace calls.


Baby died because Cambridge hospital failed to administer routine vitamin K jab

Baby died because Cambridge hospital failed to administer routine vitamin K jab

Baby died because Cambridge hospital failed to administer routine vitamin K jab

04 November 2023

Parents of William Moris-Patto tell of their heartache and drive to raise awareness.


Arthur Rank reopens Regent Street shop after refurbishment

Arthur Rank reopens Regent Street shop after refurbishment

Arthur Rank reopens Regent Street shop after refurbishment

02 November 2023

A ceremonial ribbon-cutting by Cllr Jenny Gawthrope Wood, the mayor of Cambridge, took place on Tuesday (October 31).


Council boss blasts ‘broken system’ after authority spent £85,000-a-week for one child social care place

Council boss blasts ‘broken system’ after authority spent £85,000-a-week for one child social care place

Council boss blasts ‘broken system’ after authority spent £85,000-a-week for one child social care place

01 November 2023

Council chief executive Stephen Moir said the children’s social care market was ‘broken’.

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Opinion: Ending poverty in Cambridge – it’s going to take all of us

Opinion: Ending poverty in Cambridge – it’s going to take all of us

Opinion: Ending poverty in Cambridge – it’s going to take all of us

31 October 2023

Kate McIntosh, local organiser for Cambridge City Foodbank, writes for the Cambridge Independent


Opinion: Heidi Allen on the Cambridge housing crisis and why we need more social housing

Opinion: Heidi Allen on the Cambridge housing crisis and why we need more social housing

Opinion: Heidi Allen on the Cambridge housing crisis and why we need more social housing

30 October 2023

The former MP and CHS Group board member writes for the Cambridge Independent.

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