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All you art lovers will be pleased to hear that Cambridge now has its very own international art fair coming to town next week, Cambridge City Art Fair. Situated at the city centre’s Guild Hall, this three day art fair will run from the 15th to the 17th, and will be well worth a visit.  Over 35 galleries, agents and dealers presenting all manner of art will be gathered at this event, for more details go to www.cambridgeartfair.com. Until then, here are a few examples from some of the galleries that will be going…


Seven Silent witnesses by Clare Bassett,

 4 Impressions.


Morning Light by Daniel Ablitt,

McAllister Thomas Fine Art.


Daffodils and Pear, Harbour by Sara Bowman,

White Space Art.


Aquarium silkscreen print by Sir Peter Blake

My life in Art.


Hill Farm by  James Harrigan,

Wren Gallery.


Dalmatian by Kate Boxer,

White Space Art.


In Two Seasons by Belynda Sharples,

Lynne Strover Gallery.

Hope to see you there!

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Don’t forget that Eat Cambridge, the brand new food and drink festival in Cambridge, officially starts next weekend, although fringe events are already underway and are taking place throughout next week. The main events, which promise to be  fantastic days, are the Food and Drink Fair next Saturday 9th in the Guildhall and the Street Food  Market on Friday 15th at Hope Street Yard off Mill Road. There is loads of information on the website or keep your eyes open for their lovely new brochure – available at foodie venues around town. Happy Eating!


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Being unashamed foodies here at Angel + Blume, we are all very excited about the upcoming Eat Cambridge festival which runs from 8th – 15th March. There are a series of events happening throughout the week including pop-up restaurants, chefs talks and demos, food and wine tasting and a grand food and drink fair in the Guildhall on Saturday 9th March. Put the dates in your diary now and keep your eyes on their website as more details are revealed. See you there!


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