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Domestic abuse subject of Anglia Ruskin University all-day event

Domestic abuse subject of Anglia Ruskin University all-day event

Domestic abuse subject of Anglia Ruskin University all-day event

The day will also see the launch of the ARU staff and student domestic abuse policy.


‘We tackled the full Cambridge Standing Tall giraffe trail in six hours’

‘We tackled the full Cambridge Standing Tall giraffe trail in six hours’

‘We tackled the full Cambridge Standing Tall giraffe trail in six hours’

We talk to some of the first people to visit all 31 large sculptures.


Cambridge Comedy Garden: A new comedy festival set to take place on Parker’s Piece

Cambridge Comedy Garden: A new comedy festival set to take place on Parker’s Piece

Cambridge Comedy Garden: A new comedy festival set to take place on Parker’s Piece

Stand-ups comics scheduled to appear at the summer event include Harry Hill, Dylan Moran, Sara Pascoe, Henning Wehn, and Josh Pugh (pictured).


The Imaginarium comes to life at King’s College

The Imaginarium comes to life at King’s College

The Imaginarium comes to life at King’s College

All ages encouraged to rediscover our place in the natural world.


New blue plaques tell the story of Cambridge’s Victorian residents

New blue plaques tell the story of Cambridge’s Victorian residents

New blue plaques tell the story of Cambridge’s Victorian residents

Historian and Cambridge resident Helen Weinstein has organised the exhibition along Gwydir Street and Kingston Street.


Experience Valhalla, a series of music events, at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge

Experience Valhalla, a series of music events, at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge

Experience Valhalla, a series of music events, at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge

Pizza is on the menu, and a new lager, exclusive to the event, is also being launched.


George the Poet: ‘I was a little bit lonely at Cambridge’

George the Poet: ‘I was a little bit lonely at Cambridge’

George the Poet: ‘I was a little bit lonely at Cambridge’

Spoken word artist George the Poet is returning to the University of Cambridge to discuss his career and research into the impact of black music.


In pictures: Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair attracts 12,000 visitors

In pictures: Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair attracts 12,000 visitors

In pictures: Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair attracts 12,000 visitors

One of the highlights was a type of daffodil named ‘Madam Speaker’, in honour of former House of Commons speaker Baroness Betty Boothroyd.


Concerns grow as community has its say on Abbey ward’s £100m redevelopment plan

Concerns grow as community has its say on Abbey ward’s £100m redevelopment plan

Concerns grow as community has its say on Abbey ward’s £100m redevelopment plan

Meeting at Christ the Redeemer church hears council’s rehousing plan could start in autumn.


Imaginarium to take over King’s College this weekend

Imaginarium to take over King’s College this weekend

Imaginarium to take over King’s College this weekend

Events to foster an imaginative future, Repair Cafe included.

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New names announced for this year’s Cambridge Folk Festival

New names announced for this year’s Cambridge Folk Festival

New names announced for this year’s Cambridge Folk Festival

The 2024 event takes place from 25-28 July in the grounds of Cherry Hinton Hall.


James Potter leads first concerts for New Cambridge Singers

James Potter leads first concerts for New Cambridge Singers

James Potter leads first concerts for New Cambridge Singers

For his first two concerts as the director of the New Cambridge Singers, James Potter has chosen a programme built around Chorales.


Promotional gig featuring Boo Hewerdine and Brooks Williams to launch Ely Folk Festival 2024

Promotional gig featuring Boo Hewerdine and Brooks Williams to launch Ely Folk Festival 2024

Promotional gig featuring Boo Hewerdine and Brooks Williams to launch Ely Folk Festival 2024

The 38th annual Ely Folk Festival takes place from 12-14 July at Stuntney Estate, Soham Road, Ely.


Marianna Spring: I received 11,771 threats for tackling online conspiracy theories

Marianna Spring: I received 11,771 threats for tackling online conspiracy theories

Marianna Spring: I received 11,771 threats for tackling online conspiracy theories

The BBC’s first disinformation and social media correspondent is discussing her new book at the Cambridge Festival


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