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Blue plaque installed to celebrate Cambridge physiology professor

Blue plaque installed to celebrate Cambridge physiology professor

Blue plaque installed to celebrate Cambridge physiology professor

The Physiological Society is celebrating the life of Prof Sir Michael Foster, who revolutionised physiological research and teaching.


Charles Darwin's stolen Tree of Life sketch to go on display

Charles Darwin's stolen Tree of Life sketch to go on display

Charles Darwin's stolen Tree of Life sketch to go on display

The drawing was stolen and then returned to Cambridge University Library more than two decades after its disappearance.


Church of England considers ‘why Rustat court process failed’

Church of England considers ‘why Rustat court process failed’

Church of England considers ‘why Rustat court process failed’

First biannual report of the Archbishops’ Commission for Racial Justice identifies fundamental flaws in contested heritage cases

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Stapleford Granary concert to pay tribute to Cambridgeshire composer Stephen Wilkinson

Stapleford Granary concert to pay tribute to Cambridgeshire composer Stephen Wilkinson

Stapleford Granary concert to pay tribute to Cambridgeshire composer Stephen Wilkinson

The Dance Continued has been curated by his daughter, mezzo-soprano Clare Wilkinson.


Churchill College statue of Winston Churchill daubed with paint by Extinction Rebellion Youth Cambridge

Churchill College statue of Winston Churchill daubed with paint by Extinction Rebellion Youth Cambridge

Churchill College statue of Winston Churchill daubed with paint by Extinction Rebellion Youth Cambridge

Debt for Climate protesters say post-colonial debt ‘is the knee on the neck of global south’

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University of Cambridge colleges look to put slavery connections firmly in the past

University of Cambridge colleges look to put slavery connections firmly in the past

University of Cambridge colleges look to put slavery connections firmly in the past

The Colony has been renamed.

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Artist recreates Bachelor of Hearts film at Cambridge railway station

Artist recreates Bachelor of Hearts film at Cambridge railway station

Artist recreates Bachelor of Hearts film at Cambridge railway station

Richard DeDomenici and his team re-enact scenes from films and TV series in the places where they were originally shot, with his Redux Project.


In pictures: Flying high at IWM Duxford as air show returns

In pictures: Flying high at IWM Duxford as air show returns

In pictures: Flying high at IWM Duxford as air show returns

The first air show of the season attracted sizeable crowds to the Imperial War Museum Duxford last weekend (June 18-19).


Top Gun replica aeroplane unveiled at Bottisham Airfield Museum

Top Gun replica aeroplane unveiled at Bottisham Airfield Museum

Top Gun replica aeroplane unveiled at Bottisham Airfield Museum

The P51 Mustang has been painted in the colours of Col Jack Christian, who was killed in action in 1944.


Triceratops establishes dominion in Green Street, Cambridge (once they got it through the door, that is)

Triceratops establishes dominion in Green Street, Cambridge (once they got it through the door, that is)

Triceratops establishes dominion in Green Street, Cambridge (once they got it through the door, that is)

Some Of My Best Friends Are Dinosaurs is the name of a new exhibition being held at the Extraordinary Objects art gallery.


Duxford Summer Air Show 2022 complete guide: Flight times, what to see and what to take

Duxford Summer Air Show 2022 complete guide: Flight times, what to see and what to take

Duxford Summer Air Show 2022 complete guide: Flight times, what to see and what to take

Look out for, among other things, the Red Arrows, Spitfires and Hurricanes, as well as daring aerial acts from the Aerosuperbatic Wing Walkers.


Thousands of ancient frog bones found at Cambridgeshire site

Thousands of ancient frog bones found at Cambridgeshire site

Thousands of ancient frog bones found at Cambridgeshire site

Archaeologists have discovered more than 8,000 amphibian bones by an Iron Age roundhouse at Bar Hill.

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National Lottery supports Cambridgeshire oral history project to preserve stories from people of South Asian heritage

National Lottery supports Cambridgeshire oral history project to preserve stories from people of South Asian heritage

National Lottery supports Cambridgeshire oral history project to preserve stories from people of South Asian heritage

Hauxton-based social enterprise Hadithi CIC is behind the scheme,


Great start for first real Strawberry Fair of the Twenties

Great start for first real Strawberry Fair of the Twenties

Great start for first real Strawberry Fair of the Twenties

Cambridge hosting biggest free festival in Europe in glorious sunshine


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