The Urban Guide to the Countryside
Cambridgeshire Edition

Category: Food

A lifestyle cafe: Co. at no fifteen

19 Apr 2017


Cherry Hinton is not you’re most likely haunt if you’re after a coffee with your girlfriends or a light healthy lunch but sometimes hidden gems are found in the most unlikely places and Co. is one of them.

For those that have not ventured out that way, Cherry Hinton is a suburb area a few miles southeast of Cambridge. The chances are you’ve driven through it without even giving it a second glance, and until now I’ve never had any reason to stop and delve a little deeper.  

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Introducing the Muddy Awards 2017

17 Apr 2017
Muddy Stilettos Awards 2017

Do you have a favourite hair salon or pub that you can’t go a week without visiting? Do you love the county we live in and want to help your local business communities? Then move in a little closer while I tell you more about the Muddy Stilettos Awards 2017!

Muddy Stilettos Cambs is following hot on the heels of its Ox/Bucks sister and is holding its very first Awards in Cambridgeshire from 3 May 2017.

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Foodie Flash – new openings that you need to know about

27 Mar 2017
SmokeWorrks, Cambridge

We’re pounding away at Muddy Cambs as there’s so much brilliant stuff coming up in the next weeks and months and, as you know, if it’s cool, chic or stylish we’re all over it. Grub is on the up in Cambridgeshire this spring and summer – there are roof gardens growing, new hotels opening and pubs that have been given so much plastic surgery they’re lost years, changed their shape and sound different. Some have opened in the last day or two whilst others are still a work in progress so as ever keep your eyes on the blog and I’ll wave a flag when you need to get your skates on


This popular all day coffee-cum-brunch-cum-cocktail bar is raising the roof this summer quite literally.

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Fromage-free outings for Valentine’s Day

31 Jan 2017
Valentine's Day

Is there any other night more goddamn pressurised than Valentine’s Day. Loaded with hope if you’re in a new relationship and for the old timers it’s a reflection of how well you know and love that person – the whole thing is fraught with potential disaster. So if you’re a bit like me, and looking for something a bit less traditional and er, a little more fun, here are some alternative, non-cheesy Valentine’s ideas that will help you feel the love.

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