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Airlander in the news
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5095481/World-s-LONGEST-aircraft-crash-lands-field.html
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Pictures have emerged of the 20-tonne Airlander 10's canopy completely collapsed after the prototype plummeted to the ground in Cardington, Bedfordshire.

Saturday November 18th, 2017  ·  

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Great ball of fire!
We do have some spectacular sunsets in Gamlingay!
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Friday November 17th, 2017  ·  

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Just a last minute reminder that it's the big Christmas Craft Fair on Sunday at the Eco Hub. There is something for everyone inlcuding 3 artists in the Kier Suite with original art, wood whittling and Christmas cards, both main halls will be full of nearly 40 local crafters selling original and hand made gifts including Christmas decorations, nail art, beauty, original papercraft gift boxes, silver and crystal jewellery, childrens' clothes, wood crafts, pashminas, jams and pickles, Christmas cakes..and so much more! Plus loads of kids activities and food and drink from the cafe. 11 am - 3pm. Adults £1, children under 16 free. The Hub will also be collecting for the Gamlingay Christmas lights. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less

Just a last minute reminder that it's our big Christmas Craft Fair on Sunday. Let us tempt you with a glimpse at what's on offer - we have 3 artists in the Kier Suite with original art, wood whittling...

Friday November 17th, 2017  ·  

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Cutie!
Wildlife Trust information.
This sleepy ball of cuteness is a hazel dormouse - the UK's only native dormouse species. Most individuals are likely in hibernation now and will re-emerge in late spring. the species was reintroduced at our Brampton Wood reserve in Cambridgeshire in 1993. Photo by Amy Lewis
http://www.wildlifebcn.org/
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Friday November 17th, 2017  ·  

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