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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.


Lord’s Prayer board’s fall from grace forces closure of church

Lord’s Prayer board’s fall from grace forces closure of church

Lord’s Prayer board’s fall from grace forces closure of church

25 April 2022

The ancient St John’s Church has had to close temporarily after a 200-year-old prayer board fell from its lofty position.


Anzac Remembrance Service at Cambridge City Cemetery is poignant reminder of war losses

Anzac Remembrance Service at Cambridge City Cemetery is poignant reminder of war losses

Anzac Remembrance Service at Cambridge City Cemetery is poignant reminder of war losses

23 April 2022

Ceremony honours 250 Australian and 80 New Zealand WW2 servicemen laid to rest in CB5 site


Jesus College spent £120,000 on failed bid to move memorial to slave trade investor Tobias Rustat

Jesus College spent £120,000 on failed bid to move memorial to slave trade investor Tobias Rustat

Jesus College spent £120,000 on failed bid to move memorial to slave trade investor Tobias Rustat

15 April 2022

Master Sonita Alleyne revealed cost as she called on the Church of England to change its process.

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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.


Archbishop of Canterbury on Rustat plaque controversy: ‘Memorials to slave-traders do not belong in places of worship’

Archbishop of Canterbury on Rustat plaque controversy: ‘Memorials to slave-traders do not belong in places of worship’

Archbishop of Canterbury on Rustat plaque controversy: ‘Memorials to slave-traders do not belong in places of worship’

13 April 2022

Archbishops of Canterbury and York ‘have embarked on the process to uncover and confront this dark past’

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Church process ‘not fit for purpose’ says Jesus College Master as Rustat appeal option turned down

Church process ‘not fit for purpose’ says Jesus College Master as Rustat appeal option turned down

Church process ‘not fit for purpose’ says Jesus College Master as Rustat appeal option turned down

12 April 2022

‘We will continue to keep up the pressure, because this matters to our students’, says Sonita Alleyne as memorial to slave investor remains in chapel

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Rustat plaque supporters attack Cambridge University for getting their history ‘wrong’

Rustat plaque supporters attack Cambridge University for getting their history ‘wrong’

Rustat plaque supporters attack Cambridge University for getting their history ‘wrong’

10 April 2022

Jesus College alumni paid for ‘legal equivalent of a hit man’, says Cambridge Stand Up To Racism

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Diocese of Ely refuses request to move Rustat memorial from Jesus College Chapel

Diocese of Ely refuses request to move Rustat memorial from Jesus College Chapel

Diocese of Ely refuses request to move Rustat memorial from Jesus College Chapel

23 March 2022

Slave trade debate reignited: Cambridge college ‘deeply disappointed and shocked by the decision’

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Aled Jones interview: ‘Performing on stage is as natural as breathing to me’

Aled Jones interview: ‘Performing on stage is as natural as breathing to me’

Aled Jones interview: ‘Performing on stage is as natural as breathing to me’

25 February 2022

The singer, actor and radio and TV presenter, who can now add ‘children’s author’ to his CV, will be performing at Ely Cathedral in March.


Tightening the knot: Cambridge church helps couples renew their vows for Valentine’s Day

Tightening the knot: Cambridge church helps couples renew their vows for Valentine’s Day

Tightening the knot: Cambridge church helps couples renew their vows for Valentine’s Day

12 February 2022

Sunday’s service at Great St Mary’s reflects the strain that the pandemic has put on couples.


Archbishop of Canterbury backs removal of Cambridge slavery memorial

Archbishop of Canterbury backs removal of Cambridge slavery memorial

Archbishop of Canterbury backs removal of Cambridge slavery memorial

09 February 2022

Justin Welby says Church of England is taking too long to remove Jesus College Chapel memorial to a man who funded the slave trade

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Worship & Glory display at Ely Cathedral gets to the point of needlework

Worship & Glory display at Ely Cathedral gets to the point of needlework

Worship & Glory display at Ely Cathedral gets to the point of needlework

23 January 2022

This special exhibition is of ecclesiastical works from the collection of the Royal School of Needlework (RSN).


Cambridgeshire village Whittlesford celebrates 1,000 years

Cambridgeshire village Whittlesford celebrates 1,000 years

Cambridgeshire village Whittlesford celebrates 1,000 years

10 January 2022

About 130 people turned out to watch a specially-designed flag be raised on the Lawn, Whittlesford’s large village green, on January 1.


Notebook of Sir Isaac Newton writing thought lost for 350 years is added to the Cambridge University Library collection

Notebook of Sir Isaac Newton writing thought lost for 350 years is added to the Cambridge University Library collection

Notebook of Sir Isaac Newton writing thought lost for 350 years is added to the Cambridge University Library collection

06 January 2022

It illuminates his complex relationship with Christianity.


Daniel Hyde interview: ‘There is no plan B’ for King’s College Christmas Eve broadcast

Daniel Hyde interview: ‘There is no plan B’ for King’s College Christmas Eve broadcast

Daniel Hyde interview: ‘There is no plan B’ for King’s College Christmas Eve broadcast

24 December 2021

The countdown to Christmas can definitely be heard more than most by Daniel Hyde, director of music at King’s College, Cambridge.


Ely Cathedral cancels its Christmas carol concert due to Covid-19

Ely Cathedral cancels its Christmas carol concert due to Covid-19

Ely Cathedral cancels its Christmas carol concert due to Covid-19

20 December 2021

But three free carol services are still available to book.


Cambridge mosque granted permission to extend and open longer

Cambridge mosque granted permission to extend and open longer

Cambridge mosque granted permission to extend and open longer

08 December 2021

Councillors went against planning officer’s recommendation.


Cambridge patients’ fragmented memories inspire new book of poetry

Cambridge patients’ fragmented memories inspire new book of poetry

Cambridge patients’ fragmented memories inspire new book of poetry

07 October 2021

The Rev Phil Sharkey launches Words to Remember – Poems Lost and Found today (October 7 - National Poetry Day).


Cambridge commemorates Nakba Day amid turmoil in Israel and Gaza

Cambridge commemorates Nakba Day amid turmoil in Israel and Gaza

Cambridge commemorates Nakba Day amid turmoil in Israel and Gaza

15 May 2021

Annual event highlights 1948 expulsions which are backdrop to worsening conditions for Palestinians


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