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After the relative disappointment of the “pretentious moi” atmosphere at the newly reopened Kettle’s Yard, this stunningly effective 3dimensional display of 1000 Bangladeshi bamboo bowls is definitely worth the minor detour and not to be missed.
I parked near to St Peter's Street, but had to pay the meter. I walked down to the main road and went left. I came to a crossroads and I saw a map, which helped me to find the church. I found the road to...More
This tiny church really is a little gem. It is now part of the parish of the ascension (see also St Giles church across the road). But it is redundant and services are held only once a year. If you are visiting Kettle's Yard next...More
St Peter's is a wonderful little church that is actually the nub of a much larger church which became redundant in the C18th. It has some of the oldest features in Cambridge including an early Norman door and font. The church is cared for by...More