Cambridgeshire

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Cambridge is an elegant internationally renowned city, boasting spectacular architecture in the shape of colleges, chapels, churches and courtyards combined with green parks, wide open spaces and the River Cam, which winds through its heart.Cambridge has great culture museums, galleries, theatres, art centres and festivals. The Fens stretch for miles displaying dramatic big skylines. The city sees the contemporary and the historic sit side by side. From it’s Boutique Quarter, to it’s fantastic variety of entertainment such as The Arts Theatre, The ADC and three cinemas, and live music at The Junctioin and Corn Exchange.The city also boasts a thriving club scene, riverside pubs, and cosmopolitan cuisines, to it’s thirty-one colleges, cobbled courtyards, gardens, bridges and chapels.

Ely offers the best of both historic and modern times. With magnificent cathedral, tranquil close, gradens, bustling waterside and marina. The Maltings host a lively programme of events.
Wicken Fen’s 200 acres offer a glimpse into the lost world of the primaeval fens, an atmosphere of solitary timelessness. Wicken Fen is a National Trust nature reservewith rare meadows, reed beds and waterways.
Wisbech’s North Brink beside the River Nene has been described as ‘one of the most perfect Georgian streets in England’ and features Peckover House and 18th century town houses, also Elgoods Brewery, a traditional 18th century brewery. Across the river on South Brink is the Octavia Hill Birthplace Museum commemorating the life and work of the founding member of the National Trust and crusader for housing reform.
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