Each month we pick out some of our favourite photographs and collate them into our new feature. Please feel free to add to our content by sending us a photograph. It could be somewhere you’ve visited, a restaurant, at a fete, coffee morning or even a trip to a local museum.
In an outspoken ‘hot seat’ interview with Chris Mann (right) on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, Cllr Wayne Fitzgerald launched a series of outspoken attacks on political opponents. PHOTO: BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
In 2024, Jonny Huntington is aiming to be the first disabled person to ski solo and unsupported across 911 kms of Antarctic tundra – an expedition he anticipates will take 40 days. CREDIT joshrapermedia
Cambridge UK. 21st October 2023. Local residents take part in a 1970’s themed dance and march along Mill Road to demand the introduction of a bus gate to restrict traffic flows in the city street. MillRoad4people claim 72% of locals voted for the scheme which would cut the flow of vehicles in the road but no action has yet been taken to implement the changes. Mill Road which is made up of many independent shops, businesses and residential areas suffers from traffic congestion. Credit: Julian Eales/Alamy Live News
Locals warn traffic stay away from flood in Morborne unless you have a 4×4,
Friday 20 October 2023.
Picture by Terry Harris.
You may even have attended the opening of a new business – make sure we know about that, too.
Mayor Dr Nik Johnson of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority heading to Peterborough yesterday from Cambridge: he managed a childhood dream of being up front
Community faith leaders took it in turn to bless the new Magpas HQ in different ways, all thanking the people and the work undertaken within the building for its important impact on the community.
Broad Street, March, progress on a multi-million-pound regeneration; latest photos taken at the weekend show the gradual transformation under way. PHOTO: Terry Harris
Wilko staff past and present outside Wilko in Ely at 4pm on Sunday as the doors closed for the last time.
Cambridge supporters walked to fund faster diagnosis, ongoing support, and vital research, helping people with dementia live more fulfilled lives now and in the future. So far, they’ve raised £68,000
Pumpkin was very poorly with tetanus and his life was saved by a multi-disciplinary approach by DWR Veterinary Specialists.
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