Cambridge Writers Network's travelling ladies launch new title at Heffers
Millicent Fawcett is to become the first woman to be celebrated with a statue in Parliament Square, 100 years after legislation granting the vote to (some) women received Royal Assent. Dr GILLIAN SUTHERLAND, of Newnham College, explains more about Millicent's impact.
Here is a fine selection of places to go to see in 2018 in style.
There has been a lot of facial hair on show recently at Cambridge Design Partnership and at Amazon.
Climatologist Professor John Turner of British Antarctic Survey explains what new climate change data tells us
The Officers’ Mess is a thriving Mantle Business Centre that offers a fascinating window into its history.
The largest project of its kind in Britain will culminate over the bank holiday weekend when almost 4,000 photographs are placed on gravestones at the Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial at Madingley.
The final part of Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg's Band of Brothers trilogy will take place in the East, and possibly Cambridge.
Reopening train stations in Cambridgeshire could solve the Greater Cambridge congestion crisis, say lobby group.
Camnbridge will today remember the 75th anniversary of the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942
The e-Luminate Cambridge Festival amazes and delights, with the buildings of the historic city providing the perfect backdrop for a host of top events.