The piece has been created from a 5,000-year-old fossilised black oak tree.
The table, which will go on display to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee year, will be unveiled by Princess Anne.
Dame Fiona Reynolds unveils lamp marking 100 years of Rotary of Cambridge
A new cap has been installed on the second windmill in Swaffham Prior, which will be used to generate electricity.
The fire-damaged watering hole on Chesterton Road will have some interesting features.
Ceremony honours 250 Australian and 80 New Zealand WW2 servicemen laid to rest in CB5 site
University Library and Churchill Archives Centre aid Mike Levy’s new book on unsung heroes of 1930s resettlement effort
The Handley Page Victor XH648, an historic jet-powered strategic bomber, has undergone a five-year restoration.
Comedian and campaigner charms long-time fan in a field near Stapleford
Caroline will be taking the very first session back to term on Wednesday, April 27, in St Neots at the United Reformed Church.
Recent research shows the main post is dated from the first half of the 16th century.
Archbishops of Canterbury and York ‘have embarked on the process to uncover and confront this dark past’
‘We will continue to keep up the pressure, because this matters to our students’, says Sonita Alleyne as memorial to slave investor remains in chapel
The figures can be found at the Grand Arcade and Lion Yard Shopping Centre, where they form a free Superheroes Trail.
The band’s singer Simon ‘Sice’ Rowbottom spoke to the Cambridge Independent ahead of their gig later this month at The Portland Arms.