Building work on a new housing development in Soham has made a road access into allotments so muddy that gardeners cannot get to their patch of land.
Hundreds of fashion-forward Cambridge University students filled the city’s Corn Exchange last night at an annual charity fashion show, this year raising £5,000 for anti human trafficking charity A21.
Last week we marked 100 years since some women (those over 30 and with certain property qualifications) won the right to vote.
The Cambridge University European Theatre Group returns to the ADC Theatre in Cambridge from Tuesday 16 to Saturday 20 January.
Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) is opening its operating theatres at Addenbrooke’s Hospital to give a peek behind the scenes on Saturday October 28.
Pupils at King’s Ely Acremont enjoyed a visit to the heritage-listed world famous Cambridge University Botanic Garden as part of their theme for the current term, ‘How does our garden grow?’
A hospital trust which is encouraging its staff to have a flu jab is calling on the public to do the same.
The man who ensured boiling kettles could stop at the appropriate time – and not carry on boiling if unattended – is behind a new appointment at Cambridge University.
Dozens more objections have poured in following news that a planning application to double the size of a concrete factory in Littleport at a cost of £2 million is ‘live’ once again.
An Ely author has penned a book about Regency life to tie in with the 200th anniversary of a book by one of England’s most treasured writers.