The Blades are returning this weekend after 2020’s Summer Air Show and Battle of Britain Air Show were both cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions.
From a Regency serial killer to Agatha Christie, Lucy Worsley will reveal the dark story behind murder becoming a middle class entertainment
The organisers had planned to hold the festival sooner, but the pandemic prevented them from doing so.
Annual event is given go-ahead as it has public liability insurance, lifeguards and supervisors
Watch iconic Cambridge landmarks sculpted in sand at Grand Arcade this weekend.
The observation wheel on Parker’s Piece can stay in place until the end of October after permission was granted today (Wednesday, July 7).
Chippenham Park is set to host the festival on Saturday, July 31 and Sunday, August 1.
The award-winning Argentinian musician is one of a number of acts scheduled to perform.
The Old Vicarage, immortalised in the famous poem by Rupert Brooke, opened to the public last Sunday (June 27).
Use this to find all 90 cows dotted around the city.
90 cow sculptures are being dotted around the city - will you see them all?
Among the large cow sculptures on the trail is one inspired by Jack Merritt, who was killed in the Fishmongers’ Hall terror attack.
The former leader of the opposition was interviewed by Union president, Joel Rosen, and also fielded questions from students on Thursday, June 10.
In town as part of a UK tour, the circus will be on in Cambridge until Sunday (June 13).
The tickets are being given away for two performances this evening (Wednesday, June 9) at the circus on Midsummer Common.
The series of carefully planned concerts has been organised by Cambridge City Council.
The Anglo Saxon rebel who defended the oppressed people of the Fens at the time of the Norman Conquest is being remembered as part of a charity event.