There is archaeological evidence of settlement in the area in the Bronze Age and in Roman Britain; under Viking rule, Cambridge became an important trading centre. The first town charters were granted in the 12th century, although city status was not conferred until 1951.
Cambridge has eight senior men's teams and three women's teams competing in the Bay of Plenty and Waikato regions. Men's teams play in the WaiBOP Premiership (formerly Federation One) and WaiBOP Championship (formerly Federation Two), the Waikato A, B (2), C, and D (2) divisions and a Sunday league team known as the Red Devils. The women's teams play in the Waikato A, B and C divisions. The club also fields boys' and girls' youth teams and has about 430 junior team players (under 16).
Chris Mullican is the executive director/owner of the therapeutic farm ... The event was widely supported by the community with many businesses sponsoring the event and approximately 20 donating centerpieces for the auction. The Portland High SchoolFFA served the meal catered by CambridgeMarket. Music was provided by Adam and Amy Poe ... ....
WASHINGTON (AP) — A gold judicial collar made of glass beads that belonged to the late JusticeRuth Bader Ginsburg has sold at auction for $176,775... In total, bidders paid nearly $517,000 for items in the online auction which ended Friday ... In addition to the collar, other items that were auctioned included.
CAMBRIDGE — ColorfulAdirondack chairs have been inviting passersby to sit and enjoy Cambridge village’s Main Street this summer ... “They’re not limited to Cambridge, but they’re all local,” Brooks said ... The link to the auction site is https.//battenkillbooks.betterworld.org/auctions/art-chairs-auction-2023-cambridge.
Nicolas Martineau, a director at Cheffins FineArt Auctioneers in Cambridge which is hosting the auction, said ... “It was these examples of daring and bravery that went on to make him the most celebrated figure in British naval history ... The items are part of Cheffins auctioneers’ Fine Sale in Cambridge on September 22. .
An enormous collection of Star Wars memorabilia, from one careful owner, has been sold for nearly £27,000. Hundreds of collectables from the sci-fi franchise were auctioned at Willingham, near Cambridge on Saturday ...Opening the sale, auctioneer StephenDrake said ... "It was absolutely incredible, an auctioneer's dream really, fantastic ... .
Lorry loads of fairground memorabilia could fetch £20,000 when it goes up for sale at auction ...Robert Austin, his son, said the items being sold by Cambridge-based Cheffins were "a massive part of our lives". Auctioneers were "shocked" and said the collection was "the biggest sale of its type" for a while ... FindBBCNews ... .
The price was expected to go much higher at a live auction Thursday at a hotel in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but company officials canceled it after NASA claimed that the experiment belonged to the agency ... NASA also asked the auction house for help with identifying the property owner ... The auction house is keeping the seller's name private.
The price was expected to go much higher at a live auction Thursday at a hotel in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but company officials canceled it after NASA claimed that the experiment belonged to the agency ... NASA also asked the auction house for help with identifying the property owner ... The auction house is keeping the seller’s name private.
Mr Baker, a 64-year-old architect from London, said. “The dummy was only ever used for the one commercial ... Mr Baker inherited the dummy from his father, who died last year ... Ronnie Barker died in 2005. The dummy is being auctioned by Cheffins in Cambridge as part of The Art and DesignSale on May 26 and has a pre-sale estimate of £400 to £600 ... .