Each year the Great Court Run is held at Trinity College in Cambridge, where students try to sprint around the 370 metre course before the clock has chimed for midday.
It featured as a memorable scene in the 1981 film Chariots of Fire and tonight on ITV News Anglia we'll be taking a look at the history of the run and the clock that they are all trying to beat.
Around 300 people are marching in Cambridge in support of welcoming migrants to the city.
The march began at Parkers Piece at 11am.
Part of the A14 near Cambridge has been closed after a horsebox caught fire. It was reported that at least one horse was on the loose.
There were long delays on one of the busiest sections of the road north of Cambridge.
The incident was between Histon and Milton and the westbound carriageway was closed near junction 32 for a time.
Cambridge Police are warning of long delays for drivers because a railway level crossing gate has broken in Cherry Hinton.
Railway crossing on the High Street, Cherry Hinton is broken, expect long delays.
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The first Sunday service has taken place at a new multi-million pound church and community hub which has opened in Cambridge.
The 4 and a half million pound Christian church also known as the C3 centre is the first purpose built venue owned by the Cambridge Community Church.
As well as a church it's designed to be a venue for community groups across the city as well being the base for a food bank.
"It's been a long term goal most certainly here in the city to have this centre and the church has still gradually been growing, partly because of our engagement with the community. In some places across the country it would be true the church is declining, but not everywhere and that certainly hasn't been true for us. We think it's because of our engagement with the community, we're seeking to serve the city."
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