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Lennart Nout Jul 31
This might be the most important roundabout opening in the history of Britain. If this one works well (and I don't see why it wouldn't), this will change the game for UK roundabouts.
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Ibrahim Rahman Jul 31
from ! Wherever you are celebrating, may the blessings of this auspicious occasion be with you and your families. Stay safe everyone!
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John McCafferty 1h
5 Aug 1564: Four doctors of university bear the canopy under which Elizabeth I entered King’s College chapel - a chapel to which her grandfather had bequeathed sums for masses in perpetuity... (Lofty/Glasgow City Museums)
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Dr Toby Driver 2h
Kings College from a punt on the Cam today ☀️
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Chief Brooks Jul 29
2 city councilors want civilians to take over traffic enforcement - I wonder how this stop would have gone there.
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Cambridge Central Mosque Jul 31
Cambridge Central Mosque wishes everyone in and around the world a joyous and prosperous ! May the blessings of this occasion reach you and your families – to you all and stay safe!
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Al Kriz Jul 31
Gratifying to walk to not a familiar bar, dressed like his, after 5 months and still have the bartender call you by name.
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Kate Middleton 20h
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Nicky 🍊 17m
Perfect summer afternoon. A drink in the pub after a walk on Grantchester meadows
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Ed Barnard Jul 31
Beautiful day for with about to RV with the aircraft.... 🚁 🥵
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trisha o.kessler Aug 1
Over the last 4 yrs two Syrian brothers joined our family. This week the amazing chef Sofian Almasri and his brother Bayan opened a cafe/restaurant - Damasbridge - from Damascus to Cambridge. So incredibly proud of them.
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Dave Webb Aug 2
More from archives January 2020 Cambridge streets
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Checked-Inn 10m
“Your guide to - and staying safe - as lockdown eases.”
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Shahida Rahman Jul 31
The New Bengal Restaurant, formerly at 43 Regent St, , opened around 1963 and closed down in 1975. I'm looking for anyone with photos eating there and of my late father Abdul Karim who owned it. He was a tall Asian man, with a moustache & always in a suit. Thank you!
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BCH Road Policing Unit 5h
This van caught our eye in . Initially thought to be overweight but on closer exam it was found to be in a dangerous condition due to erosion and the suspension had collapsed. Prohibition issued and driver reported 351830/35615
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Will Lyon Tupman Aug 3
At St. Botolph's Church,
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Alex Collis #HolidaysWithoutHunger Aug 3
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Liam Sims 🏳️‍🌈 5h
Thrilled that my beloved G. David bookshop - home of bookish types since 1896 - has reopened. Had a lovely rummage this morning after 5 months away. Do pop by if you’re local or visiting. More of their stock now on too:
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Jemima Willcox Photography Aug 1
Spent some time today photographing the movement against Racism afro appreciation day on Parkers piece. Years ago I documented the EDL march which scared the hell out of me. This march was peaceful and empowering.
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StandUpToRacismCamb Jul 31
Two chances to show solidarity with the every Wed in , one at Green End Road Park Chesterton and one outside the Fire Station on Parker's Piece. Both start at 5.50pm.
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