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.
Music technology is making a difference to young people’s lives thanks to a social enterprise.
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.
Campaigning reporter Kath Sansom has been named as one of 20 ground breaking women of 2017 in an end of year round up in The Independent newspaper.
A Japanese Rotarian ambassadorial scholar was the guest speaker at March Rotary Club’s November meeting.
Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) is opening its operating theatres at Addenbrooke’s Hospital to give a peek behind the scenes on Saturday October 28.
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.
A March student has enjoyed a four week placement at Cambridge University to give her an insight into working as a professional scientist.
The first Sunday opening at the Wisbech & Fenland Museum has been deemed as a success, with visitors enjoying the shops’ exhibition and the original manuscript of the ‘Great Expectations’ in the library room.