It's 45 days until the Australian Grand Prix raises the curtain on a new season of Formula One racing, but the Milton Keynes based Red Bull Racing team has taken time out to swap steering wheels and spanners for skis at the city's Xscape centre.
Team principal Christian Horner was joined by drivers Daniel Riccardo and Daniil Kvyat, who replaces former world champion Sebastian Vettel this season.
It was a chance for the whole team to unwind as they prepare to challenge current champion, Stevenage-born Lewis Hamilton, and his Brackley based Mercedes team for honours this season. Mercedes Team Principal Niki Lauda says he expects Red Bull to provide a stern challenge.
Marmite-flavoured Easter eggs are to go on sale for the first time next month, in a move set to divide even the biggest fans of the love-it-or-loathe it spread.
Manufacturer Unilever has teamed up with Norfolk chocolate maker Kinnerton to launch the product, which blends Marmite with chocolate.
The firms have also collaborated on a Pot Noodle egg - which won't taste of the snack.
“We anticipate the new additions will drive sales for retailers offering an exciting new product from brands that consumers know and love.”
Finding the perfect wedding venue can sometimes be a bit of a challenge - but a couple from Cambridgeshire haven't had to look far to find their dream location... they're getting married in their local supermarket.
Rebecca Wooller and Blake Green will be tying the knot at Morrisons in Cambourne this March. But why the supermarket setting? Sarah Cooper's been finding out...
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Keepers at a zoo in Bedfordshire have revealed a tiny new arrival - a rare pygmy hippo.Read the full story ›
A 13 year old boy from Cambridgeshire has given up chocolate for an entire year to raise money for the Magpas Helimedixs team.Read the full story ›
Amateur treasure hunters have unearthed more than £1 million-worth of rare Anglo Saxon coins in a farmer's field.Read the full story ›
The constipated goldfish was saved after his devoted owner splashed out £300 on life-saving surgery.Read the full story ›
Double yellow lines less than a foot long have been painted on a road in Cambridge and are likely be the shortest in Britain.
The lines, at 11 inches long, in Hamilton Road separate a pay and display parking bay from residents' parking.
The city of Cambridge was already vying for the UK's shortest parking restriction with double yellow lines measuring 13 inches in nearby Humberstone Road.
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