I was born in Mill Road and either lived in the city or one of the surrounding villages.
I enjoy sharing the history of Cambridge and appeared on different radio stations across Cambridgeshire and beyond talking about it and produced articles, which have featured in newspapers and magazines.
In recent years I have also done a range of talks for groups, schools and libraries and been involved with walks in the city.
I think Cambridge as a wonderful history and I hope you enjoy reading this blog.
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