Home to the English Reformation, this university city is known across the world for its stunning architecture and punting on the River Cam as well as the scholars, global icons and religious leaders who have lived and studied here including Erasmus, Bucer and Sir Walter Mildmay, the Puritan founder of Emmanuel College, which itself has a surprising link to Harvard University.. A walking tour of Cambridge with an official guide provides awe-inspiring access to the city’s religious history, including the medieval Parker Library and the Gospels brought to England by St Augustine.

In addition, Cambridgeshire and the region of East Anglia played a key role throughout World War II. Today, the Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial pays tribute to 3,812 US personnel who rest here, with a further 5,127 names featuring on the Wall of the Missing. Nearby, IWM Duxford, with its American Air Museum, features a selection of restored aircraft own by The Mighty Eighth.

Contact: Emma Thornton/John Milne

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