Post Christmas purse pinching doesn't have to mean staying in, try these free things to do in Cambridge
Here's ten things you seriously have to do in Cambridge this February
We look back at the Fitzwilliam Museum's fascinating history, plus plans to celebrate its bicentenary
The Cambridge Film Festival, the UK's third longest-running film festival, returns for its 34th edition, 28th August – 7th September 2014 at the Arts Picturehouse and other venues across Cambridge. Here are our top picks from the programme.
Ruthie Collins takes up the Wildlife Trusts' 30 Days Wild challenge.
Did you know there are over 12 museums in Cambridge?
Experience Christmas as it was in the era of Queen Victoria and Charles Dickens at Audley End this festive season.
This winter, the gardens of Anglesey Abbey, Lode, will be transformed into an arena of dazzling light and colour.
Burwash Manor in Barton will once again host its annual celebration of all things apple this month, offering a fun packed day of food, drink and family activities.
Bring your own apples, and so much more, at Burwash Manor
Core blimey, it's only the annual Audley End Apple Festival!
From 1 April, visitors can explore the never before-seen Victorian nursery suite at Audley End, one of England’s finest country houses.
The West End show comes to Cambridge
Ballet for all the family at the ADC Theatre
Games, stalls, cakes and other treats await at Balsham's big day
The BBC is calling for Cambridge homeowners to be on a new TV show.
An event from the local doula community will highlight options for support during your childbearing year
Swig a few pints and enjoy live entertainment for all the family in the Cambridgeshire countryside
Yummy treats, rides and displays come to Burwash Manor on 8 October
Festive late shopping gets underway at Burwash Manor
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