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Cambridge Fire Station

For the first time since its opening Cambridge fire station will be welcoming the public to come and look around the station. There will be an opportunity to speak with fire- fighters and see the fire engines.

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Sidney Sussex College: a tour of Cromwell’s Alma Mater

A tour of the College courts and gardens including an opportunity to view the fine plaster ceiling in the historic hall and the splendid neo-Baroque chapel interior of the chapel. You will also have the chance to see the plaque commemorating the fact the Oliver Cromwell's head is buried in the...

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Top talks

We are excited to feature three interesting talks as a part of our new Top Talks range. With topics ranging from the experience of World War One both at home and on the front line, to the history of Cambridge as a City, we hope that you will enjoy them.

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Top walks

This year we are delighted to collaborate with the Society of Cambridge Tourist Guides to offer a wide range of walking tours. Led by registered Blue and Green Badge Guides, these tours will explore various elements of Cambridge both past and present.

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Latest news

Another successful year

16 September 2014

So, Open Cambridge 2014 is now behind us and what a weekend it has been!

We have already received some lovely feedback from participants and are delighted to hear that thousands of you enjoyed exploring some of Cambridge’s most beautiful and intriguing places.

Happy Open Cambridge!!!

12 September 2014

Today is the day; Open Cambridge 2014 has arrived!

We have plenty of drop in events across the city today so come along and enjoy yourselves.

And don't forget to tweet about it @OpenCambridgeUk #OC2014.

We hope to see you there.

 

 

Missionaries and music

9 September 2014

The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide holds a rich collection of papers, photographs and artefacts relating to missionary work across the world over the past century and a half.

This open event will exhibit some impressive African and Indian material and instruments and some West African holdings (the Phillips collection) at the Centre. There will also be a special performance from two-man troupe 'Folignoouma' who specialise in music from Burkina Faso.

Dates

Open Cambridge 2015
11-12 September

Bridge the Gap 2015
13 September

 

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