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City pub The Ship set to open doors after two years

City pub The Ship set to open doors after two years

City pub The Ship set to open doors after two years

08 September 2022

The Ship in Northfield Avenue shut its doors in April 2020 but is set to reopen under new management.


In pictures: Soaring, galloping and prancing – Victorian horses return to Audley End

In pictures: Soaring, galloping and prancing – Victorian horses return to Audley End

In pictures: Soaring, galloping and prancing – Victorian horses return to Audley End

01 September 2022

Taking place at the English Heritage site near Saffron Walden, the displays drew the crowds to the house’s beautiful grounds.


Madeleine Peyroux: If it’s not beautiful, it’s not interesting

Madeleine Peyroux: If it’s not beautiful, it’s not interesting

Madeleine Peyroux: If it’s not beautiful, it’s not interesting

01 September 2022

The popular New York City-based singer will soon be heading to Cambridge.


Medieval Stourbridge Fair reenactment due at Leper Chapel

Medieval Stourbridge Fair reenactment due at Leper Chapel

Medieval Stourbridge Fair reenactment due at Leper Chapel

29 August 2022

Event dates from 1211 and Barnwell site recreation began in 2004


Rare Star Wars toys to go under the hammer at Willingham Auctions

Rare Star Wars toys to go under the hammer at Willingham Auctions

Rare Star Wars toys to go under the hammer at Willingham Auctions

26 August 2022

The collection, which filled around 80 boxes, will be up for sale this weekend.


Our guide to Cambridge Folk Festival 2022 - and what we’re most looking forward to

Our guide to Cambridge Folk Festival 2022 - and what we’re most looking forward to

Our guide to Cambridge Folk Festival 2022 - and what we’re most looking forward to

28 July 2022

After two Covid-affected years away, the much-loved events returns to Cherry Hinton Hall from today (Thursday, July 28).


Clannad’s special farewell at Cambridge Folk Festival

Clannad’s special farewell at Cambridge Folk Festival

Clannad’s special farewell at Cambridge Folk Festival

22 July 2022

Moya Brennan, singer with the much-loved Irish band which formed more than half a century ago, tells us about their farewell tour.


Artist recreates Bachelor of Hearts film at Cambridge railway station

Artist recreates Bachelor of Hearts film at Cambridge railway station

Artist recreates Bachelor of Hearts film at Cambridge railway station

24 June 2022

Richard DeDomenici and his team re-enact scenes from films and TV series in the places where they were originally shot, with his Redux Project.


In pictures: Flying high at IWM Duxford as air show returns

In pictures: Flying high at IWM Duxford as air show returns

In pictures: Flying high at IWM Duxford as air show returns

23 June 2022

The first air show of the season attracted sizeable crowds to the Imperial War Museum Duxford last weekend (June 18-19).


Top Gun replica aeroplane unveiled at Bottisham Airfield Museum

Top Gun replica aeroplane unveiled at Bottisham Airfield Museum

Top Gun replica aeroplane unveiled at Bottisham Airfield Museum

22 June 2022

The P51 Mustang has been painted in the colours of Col Jack Christian, who was killed in action in 1944.


Duxford Summer Air Show 2022 complete guide: Flight times, what to see and what to take

Duxford Summer Air Show 2022 complete guide: Flight times, what to see and what to take

Duxford Summer Air Show 2022 complete guide: Flight times, what to see and what to take

16 June 2022

Look out for, among other things, the Red Arrows, Spitfires and Hurricanes, as well as daring aerial acts from the Aerosuperbatic Wing Walkers.


Ronan Keating interview: ‘Private jets and Pavarotti – it was such a crazy time’

Ronan Keating interview: ‘Private jets and Pavarotti – it was such a crazy time’

Ronan Keating interview: ‘Private jets and Pavarotti – it was such a crazy time’

03 June 2022

The former Boyzone singer and solo star will soon be treating a Cambridge audience to many of his biggest hits.


HRH Princess Anne unveils 13-metre long oak table at Ely Cathedral

HRH Princess Anne unveils 13-metre long oak table at Ely Cathedral

HRH Princess Anne unveils 13-metre long oak table at Ely Cathedral

18 May 2022

The piece has been created from a 5,000-year-old fossilised black oak tree.

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Only remaining Victor aircraft of its kind to go on display at IWM Duxford

Only remaining Victor aircraft of its kind to go on display at IWM Duxford

Only remaining Victor aircraft of its kind to go on display at IWM Duxford

19 April 2022

The Handley Page Victor XH648, an historic jet-powered strategic bomber, has undergone a five-year restoration.

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Rock Choir founder Caroline Redman Lusher celebrates 10 years of the choir in Cambridgeshire

Rock Choir founder Caroline Redman Lusher celebrates 10 years of the choir in Cambridgeshire

Rock Choir founder Caroline Redman Lusher celebrates 10 years of the choir in Cambridgeshire

14 April 2022

Caroline will be taking the very first session back to term on Wednesday, April 27, in St Neots at the United Reformed Church.


Meet Spider-Man, Thor, Captain Marvel and Black Panther at Cambridge shopping centres

Meet Spider-Man, Thor, Captain Marvel and Black Panther at Cambridge shopping centres

Meet Spider-Man, Thor, Captain Marvel and Black Panther at Cambridge shopping centres

11 April 2022

The figures can be found at the Grand Arcade and Lion Yard Shopping Centre, where they form a free Superheroes Trail.


Boo Radleys interview: ‘Every time there’s a sunny morning, that song gets played’

Boo Radleys interview: ‘Every time there’s a sunny morning, that song gets played’

Boo Radleys interview: ‘Every time there’s a sunny morning, that song gets played’

11 April 2022

The band’s singer Simon ‘Sice’ Rowbottom spoke to the Cambridge Independent ahead of their gig later this month at The Portland Arms.


A host of events for children taking place at Waterstones in Cambridge

A host of events for children taking place at Waterstones in Cambridge

A host of events for children taking place at Waterstones in Cambridge

06 April 2022

There will be storytimes and activities, as well as themed parties and author signings.


True to Nature open-air painting in Europe exhibition to be held at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

True to Nature open-air painting in Europe exhibition to be held at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

True to Nature open-air painting in Europe exhibition to be held at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

04 April 2022

The exhibition reveals the evolution of plein air painting across Europe in the 19th century.


19 pictures of the Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair

19 pictures of the Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair

19 pictures of the Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair

27 March 2022

More than £70,000 was raised and around 10,000 people visited over the two days.


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