Dinky Doors aim is to ‘save the world’ one smile at a time. They aim to bring joy to everyone in the community by causing them to smile when discovering these little pieces of art.
October half term, also known as Halloween/Spooky season. Here's a list of things to do this October half term that are spooktacular!
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This Halloween we are bringing you a spooktacular activity booklet as an add-on to our punting tours.
The Audley End miniature railway is fun for children of all ages and will keep them entertained for hours. With several different activities, you won’t be short of things to do.
Support East Anglian Air Ambulance service this year in the Cambridge half marathon on the 17th of October, so their services can continue to provide a vital response that saves countless lives.
The Wren Library is a must see part of Cambridge, and as it’s closed due to Cambridge allow me to give you something to look forward to when it opens again. The Wren Library has stunning architecture, and is full of priceless pieces of the past.
Fun for all the family can be a hard thing to manange, especially when trying to entertain a variety of ages groups, parents included!
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If you’re searching for some ideas on how to spend your summer evenings then stop. No need to look any further. Whether you’re looking for fun for all of your family, a plan for an evening with friends, or even a date night with your partner the Cambridge Junction has it all.
If you and your family are in search of a relaxing way to take in the sights (other than going Punting) then book a cabin on Cambridge’s version of the London Eye. Situated in the heart of the city on Parker’s Piece the Ferris wheel affords super views of most landmarks and will give even locals an interesting bird’s eye vista of how Cambridge city centre is knitted together.
My big girl (6) was off school on Monday for a training day and stuck for things to do we decided to head into Cambridge in search of some Dinky Doors and a go on Cambridge's newest attraction- the Big Wheel (more on that later...)