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The 44th Cambridge Beer Festival gets underway today.
It Is one of the largest regional events in the UK and CAMRA's (The Campaign for Real Ale) longest running beer festival.
There will be over 200 beers on offer during the six day festival but if you fancy something else, there will also be cider, wine and cheese.
The Duchess of Cambridge has praised the extraordinary work of staff at children's hospices in a special video message.Read the full story ›
- Watch Claire McGlasson's report on the pastry creations made by the best in the business.
TV shows like the Great British Bake-Off have encouraged more of us to get those cake tins and piping bags out, but the impressive creations have also raised the bar when it comes to our standards in the kitchen.
Now a patisserie chef voted the best in the business has opened an academy in Milton Keynes to help bakers up their game.
Raising a glass to the best in class. A Norfolk white wine has been named the best in the world.Read the full story ›
Almost 45,000 people have visited an iconic poppy sculpture on Southend seafront.
The flowers have been at the Barge Pier in Shoeburyness for four weeks.
The area was chosen to host the exhibit because it was one of the first towns in the country to be targeted by German airships during the First World War.
Called Wave, the installation is one of two sculptures touring the country. They were both part of the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red exhibit that drew millions of people to Tower of London in 2014.
The exhibition will be on display until the end of June.
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