Well the rain is badly needed in East Anglia at the moment. The farm fields, the allotments and the gardens are gratefully soaking up the showers. The grass is greening up, the veg is growing (especially the asparagus at the start of a new season, yum, yum!), and the Victorian market cobbles have a shine to them.
A little bit (well a lot actually) of precipitation does not stop or in anyway dampen the mood of tours by The Cambridge Tour Company. Just wrap up, bring a brolly (or purchase one for just £4 from Mr Jacobs on the market) and your sense of adventure and away we go. We have many spots along the tours where we shelter if the downpour is strong and often take advantage of the welcome always offered us by Great St Mary’s and St Edward’s churches and The Eagle pub, to name just three, to take a seat in the dry and listen to the history and stories of these wonderful old buildings.