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.
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.
And it will return on October 31.
Demon dogs and lost souls are wandering the city after dark according to Cambridge's Blue Badge Guides who are restarting their Ghost Tours
The traditional view of Vikings as blonde-hair warriors from Scandinavia needs updating.
Campaigners hoping to save the Flying Pig pub when the plot it stands on is redeveloped have called for people to respond to the new plans.
Buried within scrolls that record court cases of the 17th century is a story of a missing child, remains found in a pot and parents under suspicion.
This year's digital Open Cambridge will show six films about some of the stranger stories of old in Mill Road
Museum is set to reopen after a major project to restore the original buildings to their 1940s glory.
Minor incident fails to mar positivity at ‘Black Lives Matters-friendly’ event
Excavations are being carried out ahead of the building of 1,600 homes in the first phase of the Urban & Civic development.
Much-loved author and poet on the mend