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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.


Easter: It’s not all about the chocolate

Easter: It’s not all about the chocolate

Easter: It’s not all about the chocolate

14 April 2022

Sponsored feature | Ian Sandison, chief executive of Cambridge BID, encourages us to enjoy Cambridge this Easter.


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.


What is on for families in Cambridgeshire during the Easter holidays 2022?

What is on for families in Cambridgeshire during the Easter holidays 2022?

What is on for families in Cambridgeshire during the Easter holidays 2022?

04 April 2022

Whether it’s dinosaurs, superheroes or chocolate eggs you’re after, there are a wealth of options to choose from.


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.


Trumpington Meadows celebrates Chinese new year with dancing and family festivities

Trumpington Meadows celebrates Chinese new year with dancing and family festivities

Trumpington Meadows celebrates Chinese new year with dancing and family festivities

11 February 2022

Calligraphy, dumpling-making and a market marked the Year of the Tiger.


Enjoy the last few days of Cambridge’s North Pole

Enjoy the last few days of Cambridge’s North Pole

Enjoy the last few days of Cambridge’s North Pole

31 December 2021

The site on Parker’s Piece, home to fairground-style rides, an ice rink, a big wheel and the UK’s biggest ice slide, will close on January 3.


More than 22,000 enjoy Anglesey Abbey’s annual Winter Lights

More than 22,000 enjoy Anglesey Abbey’s annual Winter Lights

More than 22,000 enjoy Anglesey Abbey’s annual Winter Lights

30 December 2021

The popular event marked its 10th year in 2021, raising £250,000.


Colourful Christmas lights display at two Cambridgeshire homes raise money for charity

Colourful Christmas lights display at two Cambridgeshire homes raise money for charity

Colourful Christmas lights display at two Cambridgeshire homes raise money for charity

25 December 2021

Some homeowners, including a couple in Cambridge and a couple in Soham, are going the extra mile to decorate their homes this year.


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.


14 pictures of Christmas windows in Gwydir Street, Cambridge

14 pictures of Christmas windows in Gwydir Street, Cambridge

14 pictures of Christmas windows in Gwydir Street, Cambridge

24 December 2021

Festive views have returned to the street as, for the second year running, the residents have created window displays to light up the road.


Histon’s ‘guerrilla’ knitters return to decorate the Cambridgeshire village

Histon’s ‘guerrilla’ knitters return to decorate the Cambridgeshire village

Histon’s ‘guerrilla’ knitters return to decorate the Cambridgeshire village

24 December 2021

Around the village, seven different knitted postbox ‘toppers’ depicting seasonal scenes have appeared, installed under the cover of darkness.


‘Rabies risk’ of imported pups

‘Rabies risk’ of imported pups

‘Rabies risk’ of imported pups

20 December 2021

Trading Standards has raised an alert over pets bought from abroad for Christmas as they will be too young to have had their vaccinations.


22 pictures of the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices Santa Run

22 pictures of the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices Santa Run

22 pictures of the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices Santa Run

18 December 2021

The annual event, which began in 2014, took place on Thursday, December 9.


20 pictures of King’s College Choir rehearsing for carol service

20 pictures of King’s College Choir rehearsing for carol service

20 pictures of King’s College Choir rehearsing for carol service

17 December 2021

The members assembled to rehearse and record the world-famous service, which will be broadcast on the BBC on Christmas Eve.


Our pick of the best books for Christmas

Our pick of the best books for Christmas

Our pick of the best books for Christmas

17 December 2021

If you want something a little different from this year's blockbusters, try these hidden gems.


25 pictures of Enchanted at Audley End House & Gardens

25 pictures of Enchanted at Audley End House & Gardens

25 pictures of Enchanted at Audley End House & Gardens

17 December 2021

This magical world of illumination, sound and colour, which has returned for the first time since 2019, is on until December 30.


Bikers out in force as festive toy run returns to Cambridge

Bikers out in force as festive toy run returns to Cambridge

Bikers out in force as festive toy run returns to Cambridge

15 December 2021

The annual Christmas Toy Run from La Pergola at Harlton to Addenbrooke’s to deliver toys took place last Sunday (December 12).


Our top 10 Christmas family board games for 2021

Our top 10 Christmas family board games for 2021

Our top 10 Christmas family board games for 2021

10 December 2021

With help from games expert Charlotte Staffer, at Heffers in Cambridge, we’ve selected the top options this year.


Cambourne Christmas Market cancelled after wind destroys gazebos and ground becomes too slippery

Cambourne Christmas Market cancelled after wind destroys gazebos and ground becomes too slippery

Cambourne Christmas Market cancelled after wind destroys gazebos and ground becomes too slippery

05 December 2021

More than 100 stalls were due to be present.


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