Interactive guide to St John's College intended to be accompanied by a map.
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Cambridge activity and adventure directory. Go direct to the suppliers - Paintball, Go Kart, Waterski, Horse Ride, Golf, Quad Bikes and much more.
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A historical building in Lode dating back to 1600, featuring a famous Fairhaven collection of paintings and furniture, a working mill and gardens of interest for all seasons, open all year round.
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Lists many tourist attractions and places of interest in Cambridge including all 31 colleges, and gives transport details for travelling to the city.
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Mike Levy is your personal guide in Cambridge. He is the author of several guide books to the city, a freelance journalist, writer and performer. His tours are always Informal, Informative and Fun. Tailored visits lasting 30 minutes, two hours, an afternoon or a whole day.
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Devoted to the ponds and pond life in and around south east Cambridgeshire. You will find lists of ponds, with photos and lists of species found plus links to other sites of interest.
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Dedicated events venue provides a setting for corporate functions, conferences and wine tastings. The Vineyard and Winery play a leading role in the region and currently export to France, USA, Holland and Norway.
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Activity Gifts, Corporate Events, Stag & Hen Parties, Team Building & Staff Development days. Tanks, Hovercraft, Diggers, Archery, Clays. Providing fun days out, just 40 minutes from Cambridge!
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Group of people who enjoy Milton Country Park. Activities include implementing projects to improve the park, varying from helping wildlife by adapting habitats to gardening for the benefit of everybody.
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Smock mill, over-looking the village of Fulbourn, four miles east of the City of Cambridge.
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The church of Great St Mary's is set in the midst of the colleges, market, council and university offices that make up the centre of Cambridge.
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The new Jubilee Garden is the focus of the Hospital's celebrations of the Queen's Golden Jubilee 2002. The garden is an important Addenbrooke's project to create a relaxing, quiet space for all users of the Hospital and is being co-ordinated by Addenbrooke's Art, working with Estates and Facilities and a small project team of volunteers.
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Visitors' Guide to King's College featuring the spectacular chapel.
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Sixteen acres of beautifully landscaped grounds inhabited by Sumatran Tigers, African Lions, Snow Leopards, Lynx, Binturongs, Brazilian Tapir, Wallabies, Porcupines, Parrots, Macaws, Toucans, Hornbills, Eagle Owls, Giant Tortoises, Snakes and Tarantula Spiders.
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Memorial spanning 30 acres, donated by the University of Cambridge, in memory of American service men who served in East Anglia and died in World War II.
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Creating an area for conservation and informal recreation on the Gog Magog hills just south of the boundary of the City of Cambridge. Covering 163.5 acres of previously intensively farmed arable land. It is freely open to all, all year round.
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Information about Samual Pepys and the Pepys Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge.
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Prickwillow, near Ely, is home to a collection of historic Fenland pumping engines. The museum, on the banks of the River Lark, holds a number of events throughout the year and provides an insight into the drainage of the Fens.
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"Information for tourists intending to visit Queens' College Cambridge.
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Rescue & Life Care Hospital for Birds of Prey. We have over 40 different species of birds of prey, around 300 birds. Open all year round, with 3 flying displays daily.
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Wimpole Estate Website provides information regarding Wimpole Hall and Home Farm, 8 miles South-West of Cambridge, a National Trust Property open to visitors, with varied events and activities throughout the year.
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The Rose Fair is the premier flower festival in the east of England.
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Library featuring the Epistles of St Paul, produced in the 8th century, the autograph manuscript of Milton's shorter poems, Newton's own copy of the first edition of Principia containing his annotations for the second edition and A.A. Milne's manuscript of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Cambridge university, punting Cambridge, Cambridge punt, punt tours self hire punts, scudamores punting company, gondola, boat hire, Cambridge tourist information, river cam, punting on the river cam
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