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Great Days Out In & Around Cambridge

Attractions celebrate record-breaking attendances in 2014

Great Days Out In & Around Cambridge (GDO) is a consortium of visitor attractions including stately homes and historic gardens, museums, nature and wildlife reserves and other local destinations within an hour’s drive of the historic city of Cambridge. 740 more words

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Pop-Up Pop In: Handmade by GAPS

Enjoy a distinctive retail experience and buy unusual and quirky handmade products at POP UP: POP IN – a pop-up shop designed, devised and created by young people completing an NVQ in retail. 219 more words

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Blog 28: Kettle’s Yard exhibition or home? No need for a mansion as small is beautiful. Surrounded by such beauty and so many hidden treasures.

The works of art displayed in this home once owned by a retired Tate Curator and kept like a photograph in time. The works of art displayed, positioned and cared for like children and a treasured family.

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New Music at Kettle's Yard

Kate Whitley is the Kettle’s Yard New Music Programmer for 2015

This is a welcome return for Kate Whitley who programmed the Kettle’s Yard student lunchtime concert series while studying in Cambridge. 693 more words

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Ian Hamilton Finlay at Kettle's Yard

This weekend I renewed my membership of the Botanic Garden, just in time for today’s merciless snowstorm. I may give it a couple of days. From February, however, it will possible to get a preview of spring, as the Orchid Festival gets under way in the glasshouses. 167 more words

What's On In Cambridge

Concrete Poetry exhibition & symposium

A gathering of speakers will come together in Cambridge on 14 February for a symposium to celebrate the close exchanges and cross-fertilization of influences among poets living and working internationally in the 1960s. 299 more words

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Beauty and Revolution: The Poetry and Art of Ian Hamilton Finlay

‘Foxgloves’ 1996 (detail): Sculpture by Ian Hamilton Finlay and Peter Coates, Durham Botanical Garden. The numbers represent a bell-ringing sequence, as well as referencing the bells of the familiar flower. 822 more words

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