Special Revolution Health and Fitness offers


Come and meet the Revolution Health & Fitness team on Thursday 11 May at the Wellness, Transport and Food Park Expo at the Trinity Centre and enjoy the following free offers: Mini facials (between 11.30am and 12.30pm) New range of smoothies for sample testing Mini massages (between 12.30 and 13.30) Gait analysis for runners – …




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Why did the ducklings cross the road?


We get all sorts of visitors to the Science Park and not just the two legged kind. Recently we’ve had Redwings and now we have some rather charming ducks pay us a visit. We thought you might like to read what Graham, one of Abbey Security team, told us about his experience with a family of …




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Jeanette Walker appointed Director of Cambridge Science Park


Trinity College is pleased to announce the key appointment of Jeanette Walker as Director of Cambridge Science Park. Jeanette, working in partnership with managing agents Bidwells, will lead the transformational developments planned over the next few years, in addition to enhancing the community located there. Based on a visionary, landscape-led master plan, new developments for …




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UPDATED – Science Park Roadworks


As a result of building works being undertaken around the former building 26, a section of the Spine Road will be closed on consecutive week-ends between the former building 22 and the entrance to the Trinity Centre. It will still be possible to pass anticlockwise around the spine road from the Milton Road entrance. The …




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foodPark returns


Tenants and visitors to the Science Park alike will be delighted to know that foodPark has made a welcome return. Food vendors under the foodPark umbrella will be serving up sweet and savoury delights from a crop of great trucks each Wednesday (West Cambridge site), Thursday (Science Park), and Friday (CB1) lunchtime, from 12pm to …




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Danny’s wildlife watch


Wax wing bird

If you’ve recently visited the Science Park the keen bird watchers amongst you might have noticed that the Science Park has been visited by a flock of Waxwings (genus Bombycilla) over the last week or so, and which has attracted the attention of the local Twitcher community. The birds were in one of the car …




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