Give the Environment and your Old Electronics some Summer Loving

Give the Environment and your Old Electronics some Summer Loving

For the sixth year running, people in Cambridge are being urged to drop off broken or unwanted electronics at the University of Cambridge, Sidgwick Site…

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Tennis Court Road Closure

Tennis Court Road Closure

As part of the project to extend Cambridge Judge Business School, a final closure of Tennis Court Road is required to allow completion of the…

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Earliest-known children’s adaptation of Japanese literary classic discovered in British Library

Earliest-known children’s adaptation of Japanese literary classic discovered in British Library

A chance discovery in the British Library has led to the discovery and reproduction of the earliest-known children’s adaptation of one of Japan’s greatest works…

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Travel Firm promotes staying healthy with Walking Challenge

Travel Firm promotes staying healthy with Walking Challenge

Premier Travel Group is encouraging staff to exercise by trekking ‘around the world’ A leading Cambridgeshire travel company is promoting the benefits of walking by…

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Premier Travel in the Running for Travel Agency of the Year

Premier Travel in the Running for Travel Agency of the Year

The travel company is a finalist for three national awards following its volunteering work Local travel company Premier Travel has landed a place in the…

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NOVI Living Room Terrace Opens

NOVI Living Room Terrace Opens

This month NOVI Cambridge throw open the doors to their much anticipated roof terrace, which will complete the full refurbishment of the venue, just in…

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Discarded History exhibition lifts the lid on 1,000 years of medieval history

Discarded History exhibition lifts the lid on 1,000 years of medieval history

Written by men, women and children from the 9th century onwards, ancient Genizah fragments provide a glimpse into the everyday life of a society which…

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21 pianos given away to schools across East Anglia!

21 pianos given away to schools across East Anglia!

The Winners are Announced! On 21st February, Richard Causton’s ’21 Piano Nocturnes’ was performed at King’s College Chapel. With over 500 tickets sold, the Chapel…

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New Directors bring Fresh Perspectives to Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID)

New Directors bring Fresh Perspectives to Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID)

Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) has appointed four new directors to its existing Board as part of a continuing commitment to bring fresh perspectives and…

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