Everybody loves food and drink of some sort or another. For those of you who consider yourselves to be a foodie through and through, Nick Stibbs has put together a detailed list of local places where you can buy fresh local food from local suppliers and farmers’ markets during your stay in Cambridge for the conference in September 2018.
Just click the link above for Nick’s list.
After years of living in Oxford, this month’s guest blogger always thought she knew where her loyalties lie, however a trip to Cambridge began to sway her allegiance. Like Oxford, Cambridge has a fascinating history, beautiful architecture, punts on the river, cobbled streets full of bicycles and enough museums and libraries to feel like you’re getting cleverer by osmosis. The river running right past the colleges adds an extra level of prettiness that had Lucy considering defecting. With the knowledge that Cambridge University was founded by students from Oxford, Lucy now classes Cambridge to be an extension of Oxford!
For those of you who will be attending our conference in September 2018, check out this mini guide to a 48 hour trip to Cambridge.
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