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Events in Cambridge

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REGULAR EVENTS: Please telephone 457521 for more information.
For 4 days in mid-June there is the Marshall Children's Festival on Christ's Pieces, with circus, storytelling, face-painting, music, workshops, and fun. The Cambridge Midsummer Fair is held on Midsummer Common at the end of June. For 3 days in late-July/early-August, the very popular and best festival of folk, blues and country music, The Cambridge Folk Festival, is held at Cherry Hinton Hall Grounds. Early-August sees the Comedy Festival on Jesus Green. The Cambridge Summer Music Festival presents a series of classical music concerts set in some of the most splendid historic buildings of Cambridge. For details Tel: 01832 272284.

CAMBRIDGE TRADITIONS: Punting on the Cam is a popular traditional Cambridge pastime whatever the season. Students may be seen practising their rowing skills on the stretch of river alongside Midsummer Common in preparation for the traditional intercollegiate rowing competitions known as `Lents' and the `May Bumps'. Traditional gowns and hoods are worn by students and academics during formal occasions - the experienced eye can tell the college and status of the wearer. After the exams have finished in June the colleges organise all-night celebrations known as `May Balls'.

For further information about Cambridge, including a free visitor pack, please contact the Cambridge Tourist Information Centre.

 

 

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