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Cambridge

'This book is intended as a gazetteer of new or substantially altered buildings constructed since 1945. It covers a wide range of building types and styles from each decade. Almost all the prop ...
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'Cambridge has within easy reach of the city centre over sixty works of 20th and 21st century sculpture in sites accessible to the public. Not only are there some outstanding pieces by major in ...
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'The original Botanic Garden of Cambridge University was founded in 1762 in the centre of the City, now known as the New Museums Site ... We owe the existence of today's much larger Botanic ...
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'Mostly we walk in Cambridgeshire, but occasionally stray into neighbouring counties. We usually meet at 11.00 and walks are an average 7-8 miles. We enjoy a picnic and "comfort" stops alon ...
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'It is best to walk the trail from south to north, mainly because for the last 5 miles into Ely you get to see Ely cathedral rising above the Fens like a ship ahead of you, the towers seeming l ...
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'The Country Park is managed by the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire ... The Trust hopes that Trumpington Meadows becomes a popular pla ...
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'The walk was devised in 2002 by Janet and Roger Moreton of the Ramblers Cambridge Group and Mark Westley of the East Hertfordshire Group.' There are Links to Reports of the inaugural walks in ...
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