There is little now to suggest that this narrow road in the heart of the parish of St Matthews, was, on the morning of 19th of June 1940, nine months after the start of the war, the site of the
Find out about some of the auspicious figures associated with Cambridge’s Regent Street in this latest addition to the Capturing Cambridge blog series.
As the Museum opens up again, Roger Lilley tells us about the ‘opening’ of some of Cambridge’s most iconic historical businesses.
Roger Lilley tracks some of Cambridge’s lost streets and buildings (as seen in the novels of Susanna Gregory), and gives us clues about where we can look for their remenants today.
Roger Lilley tells us about the life of Draper Josiah Chater of 21 Hartington Grove.
Find out about the fascinating life of Rodney ‘Gipsy’ Smith, international Evangelist and MBE, who lived on Hinton Avenue in Cambridge.
Roger Lilley discusses what we know about the people who lived on Emmanuel Road in 1851, and the sad truths about those incarcerated in the jail there.
Friend of the Museum of Cambridge Carolyn Ferguson explores the relationship between two notable Cambridge artists.
Can you help us create an archive and exhibition of memories of Arbury Carnival?
Rick Leggatt’s introduction to his Radical Mugs exhibition in our Community Cabinet