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10 September 2021

Our pick of the summer highlights from CB1

We may be at the end of the summer holidays but there’s no doom or gloom for the CB1 and wider Cambridge community, which has made the most of visiting shops, cafés and other amenities over the past few months. In case you missed them, here are a few summer highlights from summer at CB1 and what is on the cards for the coming months.

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2 August 2021

Meet the newest residents joining CB1

Cows About Cambridge attracts residents and visitors alike to explore the city on a sculpture-based journey through Cambridge. Running for 10 weeks, the trail features 90 cows – including 44 life-size cows which have been individually designed by artists – and 46 ‘mini moos’ which have been decorated by schools and community groups. Please meet the four CB1 resident cows, the artists behind the design and the businesses that sponsor them.

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13 July 2021

Deloitte research shows ‘challenging’ time for young workers at home as office return draws nearer

A recent research report conducted by CB1 tenant Deloitte reveals that less than a quarter of UK workers (23%) want to work from home permanently, with 39% saying it is hard to stay motivated. 34% also find it difficult to maintain a work life balance and 33% feel isolated or lonely.

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3 June 2021

Final pieces of Station Road reach key milestones

Cambridge is reopening its doors. Here’s what you may have missed at CB1 while you’ve been away...

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19 April 2021

Stem & Glory, pioneers of the burgeoning plant-based movement, to open new site at CB1

We speak to Louise, founder of ‘Stem & Glory’, the 100% vegan business - voted Design My Night’s best vegan restaurant in London (2019) and British Restaurant Awards best restaurant in Cambridge (2018) - about the story of the business, as it makes the move to CB1.

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