Cambridge Wedding Fairs

The following is a list of wedding events in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.

Those living in Barton, Cherry Hinton, Chesterton, Comberton, Coton, Dry Drayton, Fen Ditton, Fulbourn, Girton, Grantchester, Great Shellford, Haslingfield, Hauxton, Histon, Horningsea, Impington, Landbeach, Little Shellford, Madingley, Milton, Stapleford, Teversham, Trumpington and Waterbeach are just a short journey from the event(s) listed below.

DateEvent NameOrganiserEvent Type
07 July 2022 A Summer's Eve Wedding Fair at Graduate Cambridge
Graduate Cambridge Hotel


Wedding-Exhibitions-UK Wedding fair
11 September 2022 The Luxury Wedding Fair at Graduate Cambridge
Graduate Cambridge Hotel
• Meet local exhibitors
• Fashion shows at 12.30pm and 2.00pm
• Newly refurbished luxury hotel
Wedding-Exhibitions-UK Wedding Fair
16 October 2022 The Madingley Hall, Cambridge Wedding Fair
Madingley Hall
• Meet local exhibitors
• Open 11.00am - 3.00pm
• Free admission and car parking
Wedding-Exhibitions-UK Wedding Fair

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Cambridge Fact File
The river that runs through Cambridge, the Cam, was known as the Granta in Saxon times, has a bridge running over it that dates to c.875 A.D.
Cambridge University is made up of 31 colleges. It was first founded in 1284 by the Bishop of Ely. Famous alumni of Cambridge University include:- Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Charles Babbage, J.Robert Oppenheimer, Stephen Hawking, Sir Francis Bacon, Bertrand Russell, Thomas Cranmer, C.S.Lewis, Samuel Pepys, A.A.Milne, Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Sir Ian McKellan, Thandie Newton, Rachel Weisz, Tilda Swinton, John Cleese, Eric Idle and Graham Chapman.
Cambridge is at the heart of the high-technology centre known as Silicon Fen, a play on Silicon Valley and the Fens that surround the city.
The American Cemetery, commemorating the American service men and women who died during the Second World War, is set on a beautifully landscaped hillside.
The Round Church in Sidney Street, one of only 4 round churches in England, was built around the year 1130.
The University Botanic Gardens, contains over 8000 different plant species. It was established by the University as a teaching resource in 1831 and was opened to the public in 1846.