With trick or treating looking a bit unwise, we've come up with some seriously spooky ideas to party with your little monsters at home.
The enterprise has won ‘Historic Tour Operator of the Year 2020/21’ for Central England at the Corporate Livewire Cambridgeshire Prestige Awards.
Author Matt Haig is coming to the Winter Cambridge Literary Festival to talk about his most personal novel yet, The Midnight Library.
The event on Parker's Piece, Cambridge, was due to start next month but will now be back for winter 2021
Even a global pandemic couldn’t stop the 35th Sawston Fun Run from being held – but it was like no other before it.
Runners from around the world – including many in Cambridgeshire – took on the unique 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon on October 4
The work of self-taught British artist and mariner Alfred Wallis entranced Jim Ede, creator of Kettle's Yard. Now his collection is going on display.
A Cambridge theatre company collaboration with university experts is taking on the taboo subject of dying with three new audio plays.
Fragile documents from Isaac Newton's notebooks to an ancient handwritten bible and Shakespeare's First Folio are now on Google Arts and Culture.
Many of the University of Cambridge’s museums are welcoming visitors back through their doors with new Covid-19 safety measures in place.
After setting up a new comedy writing prize for women, Helen Lederer is keen for the freedom to write her wicked memoirs and enjoy behaving badly.