Most visitors to Cambridge would like to take a look inside a College or two. There’s over 800 years of history to explore and many of them are free to enter. We have created an exclusive and helpful table showing Colleges, weblinks, opening information and charges....
This year the race returns to its traditional home in south west London. Starting from the stone under Putney Bridge baring the initials UBR travelling 6.8km to another stone with the same initials at The Ship pub in Mortlake. Last year it was held in Ely on the Great...
Celebrations will be taking place throughout the whole year. No monarch has even celebrated their Platinum Jubilee being 70 years of service. Starting with a Platinum Jubilee Celebration at the Royal Windsor Horse Show between 12th and 15th May with over 500 horses...
How best to get into Cambridge? … Well that depends on who is going in, when and for what purpose. Only you can answer that question. What we are trying to do here is detail what are the options and their cost and convenience. 1. BICYCLE We love cycling in Cambridge!...
2:30pm kick off Sat 2 April 2022 at Twickenham (Women’s kick-off 12:30pm) The first ever varsity match between Cambridge and Oxford was played in 1872 being 150 years ago and so this year’s rivalry could not be stronger. Over the last 150 years, 138 matches have been...
Late winter and spring are great times to visit Cambridge. The crowds have yet to arrive, and the days are starting to get longer. With many Covid restrictions relaxed, restaurants and many tourist attractions are welcoming visitors again. So there are plenty of...
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