The duke’s devotion to the Queen was one of his many qualities, but he will be remembered for so much more.
Writer Shahida Rahman discusses the Bangladeshi community in Cambridge, in a year that marks the 50th anniversary of the country’s independence.
Cambridgeshire villagers reacted with scorn to claims from Anglian Water that a walk around 26 metre high sewage digesters could attract visitors.
A rescue operation returned a Second World War aircraft stranded in Scotland after engine failure to its Duxford base.
Work is being carried out on the 43-metre Lantern Tower.
Campaigners complained a vital report from market management consultants Quarterbridge was missing from public view.
A new art installation in Histon and Impington features six small-scale ‘jelly’ sculptures carved in stone and bronze.
The American Air Museum at IWM Duxford has been given Grade II*-listed status.
‘Necessary precautions’ for ‘A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols’ on December 24
Last chance to register for Saturday’s virtual event
A public appeal has been launched for help in locating two missing notebooks, one of which contains Charles Darwin’s ‘Tree of Life’ sketch.
The chances are you will have played with a toy, ridden on a bike or seen a car that was designed by Cambridge's Tom Karen - he created the 70s.
Family homes could be demolished in a Cambridgeshire village to make way for a new segregated busway. Sign our petition here to save them.
Author Andrew Kersham, reveals some of the strange stories behind the city's most unusual landmarks in his new book, Walking Cambridge
The GAZ Volga M21 model III, made in 1969 and owned by Cambridge resident Kiril Vitanov, is believed to be the only car of its type in the city.
The enterprise has won ‘Historic Tour Operator of the Year 2020/21’ for Central England at the Corporate Livewire Cambridgeshire Prestige Awards.
Fragile documents from Isaac Newton's notebooks to an ancient handwritten bible and Shakespeare's First Folio are now on Google Arts and Culture.