Cambridge Handel Opera takes to the stage with its 15th production, Atalanta, between April 30 and May 4 at West Road Concert Hall.
Prize money at Huntingdon Racecourse is to increase to nearly £750,000 in 2013 – rising by an average of almost 40 per cent per fixture and 80 per cent overall from 2012.
The University of Cambridge has appointed Tim Knox to succeed Timothy Potts as director at the Fitzwilliam Museum. Tim Knox is currently Director of the Sir John Soane’s Museum in London and will assume his new role in April 2013.
A son of Acclamation topped the Tattersalls December Yearling Sale at 140,000 guineas on a day that saw five lots sell for 100,000 guineas or more compared with only two at this sale last year.
Cambridge Airport is launching direct holidays to the Neapolitan Riviera in October 2013 in conjunction with independent tour operator Newmarket Holidays.
Pleasurewood Hills theme park on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk in the UK has secured €1.35 million investment to buy new rides and make further cosmetic enhancements over the winter.
The apex, a multi-purpose conferencing and event venue in Bury St Edmunds has only been open for 10 months but has already received a string of awards for its architecture at regional, national and European level.
Award winning Chilford Hall Vineyard in Linton, Cambridgeshire is to reopen on Friday March 4 for the new 2011 season with winery tours, wine tastings, wine sales and refreshments.
CurveMotion, a new interactive leisure venue in Bury St Edmunds, is set to create in the region of 40 jobs in the town when it opens in late spring 2011.
Chilford Hall Vineyard and Conference Centre in Linton will play host to the biannual Wedding Fair on Sunday February 6 from 11am-4pm.
An award-winning Cambridge-based planning consultancy is providing specialist conservation advice on a £9 million-plus development scheme to create a luxury hotel and hotel school at the University of Essex which has been sanctioned by Colchester Borough Council.
Stuart and Susie Bradshaw have taken control of the family business - Gladwins Farm Holiday Centre - from Susie’s parents, Robert & Pauline Dossor in a deal funded by NatWest.
The staff of Newmarket Racecourse have been warmly praised after being given a second Gold Standard award by the Racehorse Owners Association.
An artificial mountain, complete with an array of rocks and boulders, has been fashioned in Milton Keynes in a special venture by the Big Rock Climbing Company.
The body of a young woman was discovered at around 6am in a room off the main Chilford Hall Conference Centre in Linton, Cambridgeshire.
Go Ape’s vision of becoming the best high wire adventure park on the planet have been boosted by rave reviews in the Washington Post and elsewhere following its launch in the United States.
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