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Community marks launch of Cambridge Independent


By Gemma Gardner


Cambridge Independent launch event at Goville and Caius. Picture: Keith Heppell
Cambridge Independent launch event at Goville and Caius. Picture: Keith Heppell

The community came together last night (Wednesday, September 21) to mark the launch of the Cambridge Independent.

The community came together last night (Wednesday, September 21) to mark the launch of the Cambridge Independent.

More than 120 people from local businesses, councils and community groups attended the event, which was held at Gonville and Caius College.

Guests were greeted with canapes and drinks before enjoying a meal in the dining hall.

There were speeches from Iliffe Media chairman Edward Iliffe, managing director Ricky Allan and Cambridge Independent editor Paul Brackley, who said afterwards: β€œIt was terrific to see so many people at our launch. We are grateful for all the support and look forward to working with the community to deliver a distinctive, intelligent and engaging title.”



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