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2024-07-20 09:00 - Murder by the Book: A Celebration of 20th Century British Crime Fiction
Cambridge University Library's exhibition celebrates the richness of twentieth century British crime fiction through a creative lens, from its origins to contemporary best sellers.
2024-07-20 10:00 - Photography Competition – Weird and Wonderful in Cambridge University Botanic Garden
The Botanic Garden is delighted to partner again with the International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) to offer this free-to-enter competition.
2024-07-20 10:00 - Hidden Histories
Explore the hidden histories of the Polar Museum in this new label display. From the female figures in polar history to the origins of Inuit art; follow the stories around the museum exhibits and discover something new.
2024-07-20 10:00 - National Treasures: Botticelli in Cambridge
Sandro Botticelli's masterpiece 'Venus and Mars' is the highlight of our exciting new display exploring ideas of sex and power, gender and the body through classical mythology and Italian art of the 1400s and 1500s.
2024-07-20 10:00 - Art Exhibition: 'Life Within Landscapes'
Visit Wolfson's latest art exhibition, 'Life Within Landscapes', showcasing works by three Cambridge-based female contemporary artists, inspired by their Caribbean heritage, open to the public, Saturday and Sundays, 10am - 5pm.
2024-07-20 10:00 - 70 Years of New Hall & Murray Edwards College
70 years ago, New Hall opened as the third foundation for women at the University of Cambridge on a shoestring with just 16 students. This exhibition traces the history of a women's college,
2024-07-20 10:00 - Exhibition: The Goddess, the Deity & the Cyborg
Drawing from the works in The Women's Art Collection as well as loans from public and private collections, the exhibition explores the enduring appeal of the goddess and traces how artists have adapted and even transformed the goddess into an ambiguous figure undefined by gender or even bodily form.
2024-07-20 10:00 - Order of the Golden Lily Family Trail
You are invited to a Summer of Botany at Cambridge University Botanic Garden with family trails and activities throughout the summer.
2024-07-20 11:00 - Megan Rooney: Echoes & Hours
This is the first major solo exhibition in the UK of work by Megan Rooney (b. 1985, South Africa). Her paintings have an irresistible life and energy, renewing the potential of abstraction to embody the richness of the visual world.
2024-07-20 12:00 - ALISON WILDING RA: By the Mark - and the Line below the Loaf
An exhibition of four decades of drawings by Alison Wilding RA.
2024-07-20 14:00 - George Mallory: Magdalene to the Mountain
An exhibition reflecting on the life and career of George Mallory.
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Homecoming gig to honour supergroup dad's legacy
Sons of the group Cream are bringing it home in a series of gigs in the East to honour their dads.
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Pupils say a new artwork is to encourage people to do their bit to fight climate change.
Roots of recovery: Festival adapts to tough times
Economic challenges won't stop the organisers of Cambridgeshire's Secret Garden Party.
Man seriously injured in crash and has bike stolen
The victim is no longer in hospital but is still recovering from his injuries.
End 'rip-off prices' in school holidays - union boss
Union boss Niamh Sweeney says prices are "unfair", but children's education should not be disrupted.
Mass It outage impacts some train services and GPs
Some electronic barriers are not working at railway stations, while football ticketing is also hit.
Why should the new government spend money on science?
Advocates for greater financial support from the state face competing claims from other sectors.
Paris Olympics in 1924 inspires new exhibition
It features works from leading modernist artists alongside posters, fashion and photos.
Why do flying ants all appear at once?
The event sees queen ants and their workers go in search of new colonies.
Watch: Drink-driver on wrong side of major roads
CCTV cameras show the car travelling on the wrong side of two roads in Cambridgeshire.
Former council headquarters could become hotel
A bidder is chosen to take over the historic city centre building.

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