Lost for ideas for something to do this week, or just wondering what events are taking place in the county?
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Here's a snapshot of what's on in Cambridgeshire, with links to other sites and listings.
If you'd like your Cambridgeshire event included on this page
e-mail the details to the team,
making sure to include where and when the event takes place, admission details and how people can get in touch for more information.
The floodlit feeds are held daily until 27 February and the website has the details of times and prices. There are also swan feeding sessions during the day until 13 March. Again, all the details are on the website.
Head back in time to a century of turmoil with a Peterborough Museum talk
Britain's largest and bloodiest battle was fought at Towton in West Yorkshire 550 years ago in the middle of a snowstorm. By the time it concluded, 20,000 men were left dead and dying on the field.
Find out more about this battle and the Wars of the Roses, including how Peterborough was sacked, at an entertaining and informative talk by Stuart Orme, museum historic interpretation manager for
at 7.30pm at Peterborough Central Library on Wednesday 16 February.
Like that? Try this...
• Discover the connection between Elizabeth Gunning and the Bridgewater Canal at a talk by John Rolfe at the
Friends' Meeting House,
Jesus Lane, Cambridge.
It's organised by the Cambridge Industrial Archaeological Society on Monday 15 February at 7.45pm.
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