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Finally! Pedalling flowers by bike for Cambridge residents

Finally! Pedalling flowers by bike for Cambridge residents

Finally! Pedalling flowers by bike for Cambridge residents

And The Flower Project will be pedalling deliveries all day on Mother’s Day


Cambridge residents in fight to save path from closure

Cambridge residents in fight to save path from closure

Cambridge residents in fight to save path from closure

Residents want people to sign their petition and persuade the county council that the Wessex Place path is beneficial and should remain open.


Anthony Browne MP: Police should have upheld law over Extinction Rebellion

Anthony Browne MP: Police should have upheld law over Extinction Rebellion

Anthony Browne MP: Police should have upheld law over Extinction Rebellion

The South Cambridgeshire Conservative MP writes for the Cambridge Independent.

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University of Cambridge removes bird netting and ‘unreservedly apologises’

University of Cambridge removes bird netting and ‘unreservedly apologises’

University of Cambridge removes bird netting and ‘unreservedly apologises’

Conservationist Chris Packham was among those who condemned use of the nets.

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Chris Packham condemns bird netting installed on trees for University of Cambridge as ‘absolutely outrageous’

Chris Packham condemns bird netting installed on trees for University of Cambridge as ‘absolutely outrageous’

Chris Packham condemns bird netting installed on trees for University of Cambridge as ‘absolutely outrageous’

Extinction Rebellion has removed some of it under cover of darkness.


Cambourne Village College pupils and volunteers help plant hedgerow around Great Cambourne cricket pitch

Cambourne Village College pupils and volunteers help plant hedgerow around Great Cambourne cricket pitch

Cambourne Village College pupils and volunteers help plant hedgerow around Great Cambourne cricket pitch

The town council received a grant from South Cambs District Council to fund the hedgerow.

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Prof Tony Booth’s XR fire alarm at Intercontinental Hotel: Case dismissed

Prof Tony Booth’s XR fire alarm at Intercontinental Hotel: Case dismissed

Prof Tony Booth’s XR fire alarm at Intercontinental Hotel: Case dismissed

Extinction Rebellion academic sounded alarm during ‘Oil and Money’ conference in October

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Cambridgeshire council to spend £5m on tackling the climate emergency

Cambridgeshire council to spend £5m on tackling the climate emergency

Cambridgeshire council to spend £5m on tackling the climate emergency

Further improvements include making council houses more energy efficient


Red Rebels’ silent Sunday sermon through Cambridge

Red Rebels’ silent Sunday sermon through Cambridge

Red Rebels’ silent Sunday sermon through Cambridge

‘Murmuration’ of mythic drama concludes madcap week of Extinction Rebellion activism

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Helping to save the lives of Cambridge’s threatened population of toads

Helping to save the lives of Cambridge’s threatened population of toads

Helping to save the lives of Cambridge’s threatened population of toads

A wildlife group is doing its best to make life less hazardous for the county’s toads, including installing special ladders.


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