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‘Eyesore incinerator could be threat to health’ inquiry hears

‘Eyesore incinerator could be threat to health’ inquiry hears

‘Eyesore incinerator could be threat to health’ inquiry hears

Campaigners have spoken out at a public inquiry about their fears if a massive waste incinerator is built on their doorstep

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Private investors could fund market redevelopment

Private investors could fund market redevelopment

Private investors could fund market redevelopment

The city council could seek private investors to fund a redevelopment of Cambridge market square if designs are approved next year.


Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

Girton College, Cambridge has celebrated its 150th anniversary.


Cambridge community hall re-opens thanks to refurbishment

Cambridge community hall re-opens thanks to refurbishment

Cambridge community hall re-opens thanks to refurbishment

St John’s Community Centre on Hills Road was officially opened by the Bishop of Ely


Milton members urge National Trust to end relationship with Cadbury over palm oil

Milton members urge National Trust to end relationship with Cadbury over palm oil

Milton members urge National Trust to end relationship with Cadbury over palm oil

Duo's resolution asks trust's 5½million members to sever contact with chocolate brand because of impact on rainforests.


Cambridge college presented with rare diary written by Shackleton's geologist

Cambridge college presented with rare diary written by Shackleton's geologist

Cambridge college presented with rare diary written by Shackleton's geologist

A digitised version of the diary by Sir James Wordie will be available in the autumn


Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner helps city allotment scheme celebrate 15 years of helping the homeless

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner helps city allotment scheme celebrate 15 years of helping the homeless

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner helps city allotment scheme celebrate 15 years of helping the homeless

The scheme has six plots at the allotments where vegetables, herbs, soft fruit and wildflowers are grown using organic methods.


Cambridge Leper Chapel hosts celebration of city's historic roots

Cambridge Leper Chapel hosts celebration of city's historic roots

Cambridge Leper Chapel hosts celebration of city's historic roots

Stourbridge Medieval Fair mingles past, present and future


Motion sickness art exhibition at Lion Yard looks at the 'Me me, me generation'

Motion sickness art exhibition at Lion Yard looks at the 'Me me, me generation'

Motion sickness art exhibition at Lion Yard looks at the 'Me me, me generation'

Three talented Cambridge artists also unleash a nod to 90s pop culture nostalgia


Bid to save the work of Cambridgeshire's forgotten poet

Bid to save the work of Cambridgeshire's forgotten poet

Bid to save the work of Cambridgeshire's forgotten poet

Fordham's James Withers was mentioned in the same breath as Burns and Byron but went from rags to riches and back again


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