Some may still be wary about going away for a weekend - and that’s understandable in light of the current Covid-19 pandemic. But, with UK staycations on the rise this summer, Cambridge’s University Arms - which is listed among Time Magazine top 100 places to visit in the world - has everything in place to ensure guests feel safe and welcome.
Healthy NHS staff at high risk of COVID-19 infection are being called on to trial a vaccine that has been developed by the University of Oxford in collaboration with three NHS Trusts in Cambridgeshire.
Music, storytelling, theatre, animation shows, radio drama, visual art, magic workshops and poetry performances are just some of the entertainment available online as ‘The Library Presents’ goes virtual because of COVID-19.
The Arthur Rank Hospice Charity has launched an urgent ‘support our services’ appeal as it expects to lose at least £700,000 of potential income over the next six months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Cambridgeshire’s firefighters spread some much-needed positivity across the nation as their synchronised dance routine - which has since been viewed 132,000 times - made it onto one of the country’s most watched television shows.
Strictly Come Dancing’s 2017 winner Joe McFadden (Heartbeat and Holby City) stars in a new production of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert at the Cambridge Corn Exchange from February 10-15. Ahead of the show we caught up with him for a chat about what people can expect from the production.
Horrific cases of animal neglect, a company that produced counterfeit sweatshirts “on a mass scale” and the proliferation of illicit tobacco all feature in the annual report by Cambridgeshire trading standards.
Joaquin Phoenix delivers a career-best performance in Joker - a bloody, battered and bruised portrayal of a misunderstood man whose pained existence in a fractured and cruel world leads to worryingly nonchalant outbursts of violence.