River Cam

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a river in east central England that flows past Cambridge to join the Ouse River


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I signed up for a trip down the River Cam with Scudamore's Punting Company, who run tours from the town's Kings Bridge.
On a nice day it's the perfect setting for a picnic down by the River Cam or for boating out on the water.
uk/Cambridge or 01223 259988) has an exclusive setting on the banks of the River Cam.
Another major selling point of Pavement Cottage is the garden, a real feature with its lawn, wide terrace, paths and mature planted borders, all backing onto the little River Cam with "the Craves", historic meadow, beyond.
After nearly completing an untraditional biography of Isaac Newton focused on his interest in alchemy, Cambridge scholar Elizabeth Vogelsang is found drowned in the river Cam.
Divers spent days trawling the River Cam, in Cambridge, and arranged for it to be emptied to waist-height after early searches failed to reveal any clues.
Their fears were confirmed after a body was spotted by a group of rowers in the River Cam on Thursday.
Points of interest: This is Crest Nicholson's redevelopment of a former factory site on banks of the River Cam, and is easily accessible to both Gloucester and Bristol.
Since 1993 when the late Harry Mahon arrived at the banks of the river Cam, Cambridge have been rowing a particularly long, rhythmical stroke that is suited to the needs of rowing on this section of the Thames.
We imbibed Pimms cocktails while punting down the River Cam, sipped Cote de Nuits with stubbly chinned French winemakers and drained endless rounds of Tooheys with ruddy-faced, back-slapping Aussies.
Through various kinds of song - a balladeering fairy tale, an energetic dance on a factory floor, a dizzying dive from a hayloft, a snowshoeing plunge across fields, a nude dip in the River Cam, and a violinist's sobbing tsigan note - conspiracies with nature are formed, a communing that small Lily, given to seizures and matches, will flee both from and through.
Founded as a postgraduate college in the 1960s, it saunters along the bank of the river Cam, incorporating three nineteenth-century houses (including that of the family of the great Victorian sage from whom it takes its name).
In a beautiful setting by the River Cam, Cambridge is famed for the architecture of its historic colleges but also for its wealth of modern research and teaching facilities.
Tourists were caught out in a hail storm while out punting on the River Cam in Cambridge and rain lashed Central London, as strong winds led to battles with brollies.
With direct access to open sea, the new yard is based on a 43-hectare site, of which 500 m is directly alongside the River Cam.