Thank you for your patience whilst IT have been resolving the problems. The majority of our systems are now back online and IT are working hard to resolve the final few.
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8 miles southwest of Cambridge off A603, junction 12 off M11.
Discover how this magnificent Cambridgeshire country estate, with its colourful history of owners, followed the latest design fashions over the past 300 years.
Tel: 01223 206000
South of Cambridge at junction 10 of the M11.
A former RAF fighter station that saw action in the Battle of Britain, the Imperial War Museum Duxford is now Europe's Premier Aviation Museum.
Tel: 01223 835000
10 miles south east of Cambridge on the B1052 just off A1307 (M11 junction 9 northbound or junction 10 southbound).
There's a wealth of rare and exotic creatures to see including Grevy's Zebra, Snow Leopards, Tigers, Lions, Tapir, Binturongs, Owls, Parrots, Giant Tortoises, Tarantula Spiders, Lemurs and many others.
Tel: 01223 891308
On B1052, between Linton and Balsham, easily accessible from M11/A11 and A1307.
Tel: 01223 895625
American Military Cemetery, Madingley
3.4 miles west of Cambridge off A1303.
Cambridge American Cemetery is set in 30.5 acres commemorating service men and women who lost their lives in World War II serving as crew members of British based American aircraft.
The tablet of the missing records 5,126 missing in action lost or buried at sea
The graves area contains 3,812 headstones.
Tel: 01954 210350
6 miles north of Cambridge on the A10 towards Ely.
Tel: 01223 860988
12.6 miles south of Cambridge just off A10 between Cambridge and Royston.
Shepreth Wildlife Park began as a refuge for injured and orphaned British birds and mammals. Now it houses a famous collection of wild and domestic animals including wolves, monkeys, reptiles, birds and many more, set in natural grounds with large lakes.
Tel: 01763 262226
Tel: 01223 845788
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