Key to the City™, Cambridge.

Local Cambridge Websites

We've scoured the internet for the best local Cambridge websites. Each one features a unique view which we hope will give visitors a better perspective of the city.

East Anglian Film Archive

The East Anglian Film Archive, the first Regional Film Archive in England, was established in 1976 as an educational resource for the future by its visionary first Director, David Cleveland, who ran it until his retirement in 2004. With over 1,200 individual films free for you to view.

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Cambridgeshire Community Archives Network

The Cambridgeshire Community Archive Network (CCAN) is made up of 32 groups from towns and villages in Cambridgeshire. Together they are recording the local history of the county.

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Cambridge Past, Present & Future

Cambridge Past, Present & Future carry out projects and campaigns to protect, improve and celebrate local heritage and the green setting of Cambridge and the surrounding area. They also run the Cambridge Blue Plaque Scheme which commemorates people and events that have made a significant impact.

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The Real Cambridge

Cambridge isn’t just about Colleges and the University. In fact Cambridge was a thriving town way before some scholars stumbled upon Cambridge after fleeing from Oxford. This archive blog aims to fill you in on the story of the town, not gown – although it is sometimes hard to extricate the two.

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Save Independent Punting

This website gives readers a background to the punting business in Cambridge. In recent years repeated attempts have been made to stop independent punt operators from trading. These attempts have often been made by the larger established companies in their attempt to dominate the market.

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