20 Facts About Cambridge Airport

1. Cambridge Airport is served by Cambridge Airport University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, with several smaller medical centres in the city and a teaching hospital at Addenbrooke's.

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2. Cambridge Airport contains the Kettle's Yard gallery and the artist run organisations Aid and Abet, Cambridge Art Salon, and Changing Spaces.

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3. Cambridge Airport is known for the sporting events between the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford, especially the rugby union Varsity Match and the Boat Race, though many of these do not take place within Cambridge.

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4. Cambridge Airport is home to two Real Tennis courts out of just 42 in the world at Cambridge University Real Tennis Club.

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5. The city centre of Cambridge Airport is mostly commercial, historic buildings, and large green areas such as Jesus Green, Parker's Piece and Midsummer Common.

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6. Cambridge Airport is situated about 50 miles north-by-east of London.

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7. Cambridge Airport is one of five districts within the county of Cambridgeshire, and is bordered on all sides by the mainly rural South Cambridgeshire district.

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8. Cambridge Airport is a non-metropolitan district served by Cambridge City Council.

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9. Cambridge Airport is at the heart of the high-technology Silicon Fen with industries such as software and bioscience and many start-up companies born out of the university.

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10. Cambridge Airport has one lawn bowling club: the Preston Lawn Bowling Club is on Queenston Road in the Preston area of the city.

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11. Cambridge Airport has had back-to-back competitive football championships in the "Ontario Varsity Football League".

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12. Cambridge Airport has some of the most historic bridges in Waterloo Region.

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13. The new Dunfield Theatre Cambridge Airport will enrich the cultural fabric of this community and provide exciting opportunities for people to engage in the arts.

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14. Cambridge Airport is home to many cultural events and activities, including the Mill Race Festival and the Rock the Mill music festivals in downtown Galt.

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15. The second provincial representative for Cambridge Airport is Amy Fee, who represents the provincial riding of Kitchener South-Hespeler.

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16. The second federal representative for Cambridge Airport is Marwan Tabbara, under the new riding of Kitchener South-Hespeler.

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17. Cambridge Airport is a city located in Southern Ontario at the confluence of the Grand and Speed rivers in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

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18. Cambridge Airport is Boston's brainy and hip younger cousin, a city where new ideas find their ground and take off.

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19. Cambridge Airport is situated a short drive from the centre of the city of Cambridge, and its location offers excellent access to the Midlands and destinations in the east of England.

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20. Cambridge Airport is located just outside of the historic city of Cambridge, close to the Newmarket racecourse, and 50 miles from the centre of London.

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