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Kershman’s Castle Walk in Cambridge

Castle Hill Cambridge

You don’t have to walk far in Cambridge to unlock a wealth of historical lessons. In a brilliant, pocket-sized book, Walking Cambridge: 1,000 years of history in 8 walks, Andrew Kershman guides you around the city with fresh eyes. With lockdown rules limiting exercise to once a day, why not make the most of a […]

Walk in Anglesey Abbey Gardens

Anglesey Abbey Quy Road, Lode, Cambridge

Anglesey Abbey is a National Trust property in the village of Lode, 5 ¹⁄₂ miles northeast of Cambridge, England. The property includes a country house, built on the remains of a priory, 98 acres of gardens and landscaped grounds, and a working mill. In line with government guidance, the beautiful gardens at Anglesey are open […]

Cambridge Walk – The Colleges and the Backs

Begin at The Guildhall Market Square, Cambridge

A short walk taking in the most historic of The Colleges, including Kings, Trinity, St John’s and Clare. The walk includes river crossings and a stretch along ‘The Backs’ if you only have a short time available in the City, this might be the walk for you. The walk starts and ends in the marketplace […]

Cambridge University Botanic Garden – Spring Events

University Botanic Garden No 1 Brookside, Cambridge

Local visitors able to visit the Garden as part of their daily recreation and exercise can look forward to enjoying the blossom, new leaves and fresh greens as spring unfolds at Cambridge University Botanic Garden. Also at the Garden this spring:  Spring Bingo –join in a giant game of outdoor bingo - 26th Mar -11th […]

Political Debates at the Cambridge Literary Festival

Cambridge Cambridge

From the future of democracy to bridging political extremes:  political debates at the Cambridge Festival. The future of democracy in a digital age, the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement, efforts to rebuild trust after Brexit, how we bridge political extremes and what we have learnt from a year of ‘following the science’ form […]

Children’s Literary Festival

On Line Cambridge

A children’s festival for Easter book worms. Cambridge Literary Festival has got the Easter holidays covered, with a range of entertaining and educationalevents for all the family. All events will be broadcast over Sunday 28th–Wednesday 31st Marchm and then available to watch throughout the Easter holidaysuntil Sunday 11thmApril,so no need tommiss a thing.With events for […]


Picnic Spots

Various Cambridge

With Cambridgeshire equipped with some of the best natural beauty spots in the country, many people will be heading out into the countryside for their lockdown reunions. To help you decide where to set up your hamper here is a list of just some of the best picnic spots for you and your loved ones […]

Walking Tours with Qualified Guides

Great St. Mary's Church Senate House Hill, Cambridge

The Society of Cambridge Tourist Guides are absolutely delighted to be able to start offering walking tours of Cambridge from Good Friday, 2 April. Everyone has been stuck inside during the pandemic but now is your chance to get out and about, join a walking tour and see the highlights, learn the history and discover […]

£5.00 – £15.00

Cambridge Lakes Golf Course – Reopens

Cambridge Cambridge

OPEN FROM MONDAY 29TH MARCH Usual arrangements in place, maximum 4 players, turn up and play, no booking required Cambridge Lakes Golf Course is a very popular 9 hole par 3 course located on Trumpington Road just one mile south of The Royal Cambridge Hotel. The course was opened in April 1995, covers around 15 […]

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