leaf is inviting SMEs in the East of England to a six-week accelerator programme starting next week (15th June) to help them to integrate green factors into their USP for investment. 

Outside the new heartburn test facility (L-R): Dr James Morrow, Liz Chipchase, Mimi McCord and Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald, who has developed the Heartburn Sponge Test

A new ‘game-changing’ test, which might save lives by spotting the early warning signs for cancer, is being brought to the doorstep of people in the Cambridge area.

tactile coding on bottles

A Cambridge company has collaborated with one of the world’s largest suppliers of consumer and personal care products to create tactile coding, helping people living with visual impairment.

Cambridge Index 7 June 21

The Cambridge Index climbed 327.47 points or 1.2% to close at 27594.3, as five of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

Kevin Clements, EACH Director of Fundraising

The new Director of Fundraising for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) has wasted no time in proving his dedication to the cause by signing up to run the Cambridge Half Marathon.


Cambridge biopharma business Arecor made a stunning bow on London’s AIM market today as its share price immediately grew wings.

Unique challenges of recruiting for entry level positions

Gareth John of First Intuition Cambridge details how employers can help young adults get their foot in the door...

Dr Vincent Moyo is an eye surgeon at Nkhoma Eye Hospital in Malawi

A fundraising appeal by Christian Blind Mission (CBM) in 2020 raised an enormous £2,882,712.00 to help people in the world’s poorest places See the Way to a brighter future. The appeal was launched online by Diane Louise Jordan.

Cambridge Index 1 June 2021

The Cambridge Index advanced 447.1 points or 1.7% to close at 27266.9, as six of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

Bridge the Gap walkers

Through August and September you are invited to explore the beauty and uniqueness of Cambridge, by taking part in a novel alternative to the city’s traditional Bridge the Gap Walk.

Senior Partner James Austin holding a donation Image credit: Birketts

More than 60 bags and boxes of donations are heading to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices charity shops following a huge donation drive from Birketts.

ARU's Cambridge campus

Schoolchildren across Cambridgeshire, Essex and Norfolk will learn about the important role this region has played in offering a safe haven for refugees during a ‘A Day of Welcome’ this summer.

Clinical lead and paediatric oncologist, Dr Amos Burke, with Denise and Sean Tarrant, showing the new Brainbow logo.

A nationally renowned rehabilitation service for children with brain tumours is to formally recognise a local charity which supports it – and help the memory of a much-loved teenager to live on.

Cambridge Marjet Square_ Image by Joshua Miranda from Pixabay

Cambridge City Council is asking the public for its views on a proposed multi-million pound project to renovate and improve the city’s market square, in an open public consultation which runs from now until 7 July.


Foresight Group, an award-winning listed infrastructure and private equity investment manager, announces the first close of the Foresight Regional Investment III LP (the “Fund”) at £65m. The Fund is cornerstoned by the Greater Manchester Pension Fund, with strong support from Clwyd and Merseyside Pension Funds.

EAAA partners with Chariots of Fire for 2021 launch

East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) is limbering up for this year’s Chariots of Fire after being selected as the official recipient charity for this year’s race on Sunday 19th September.

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity colleagues also took part in Step a Million to raise awareness and funds for the services they provide, including some of the team based at the Inpatient Unit in Cambridge.

Two hundred determined supporters have raised an astounding £27,000 for essential frontline care by taking part in Arthur Rank Hospice Charity’s Step a Million.

ACT 1000 Chakllkenge banner

Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) has launched its new ‘1,000 challenge’, encouraging the public to fundraise £1,000, either individually or as a group, towards its £1.5m appeal to buy a new surgical robot for the hospital.

The Education & Conference Centre at Arthur Rank Hospice Charity set up as a Conference Room with a maximum capacity of 90 people. The room can also be divided into two or three smaller spaces.

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity is delighted to announce that, further to the Government’s recent announcements, its Education and Conference Centre has reopened. Thanks to the installation of specialist equipment during third lock-down, the venue can additionally now facilitate video conferences and streaming, to provide virtual and hybrid events...

Mike Emmett starts a solo cycle ride to raise money for Crisis UK

TWI’s Head of Global Marketing, Mike Emmett, is taking on a gruelling solo cycling challenge, over 800 miles between the TWI UK offices, to raise money for Crisis.