Why Tangential Cambridge? Well, for many reasons! First of all, we’ll roam and meander on our tours, exploring links and allusions and often going off at tangents, which is much more fun than sticking to a single track. Secondly, it’s a reference to an iconic Cambridge site (see the picture – courtesy of Wikipedia). Also, it’s a mathematical concept close to my heart. And, finally, it somewhat resembles my own name, Tanya!
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Cambridge scientists in a shop
I popped into Ted Baker’s the other day – not to browse through their garments, of course, but simply to look at the interior, and…
Larger groups can now meet!
Guiding larger groups is now possible on the streets of Cambridge. According to the new rules: – Gatherings of up to 30 are allowed outdoors…
We are back on the streets!
From the beginning of this week (29.03.2021), we can meet in groups of six outdoors, or larger groups as long as they are no more…