These 8 trails are designed to lead from the front door of primary schools to the market place in Cambridge and as pieces of public art have poems and songs composed by the famous children's poet, Michael Rosen, and the Horrible Histories songwriter, Dave Cohen, with also hundreds of children and their families involved in creating their own pieces of art, photography, raps, poems, songs, maps, drawings to pin on the places on the trails which are offered as audio guides and printed leaflets which you can download for FREE from this website. 

Next, we will be developing a set of history trails as co-creations with 8 new primary schools because there is further public art funding which Historyworks has won, and we will be collaborating with Michael Rosen again too, whch is very good news!  For the next cohort we've started on history research for new trails with Chesterton, Shirley, Arbury, King's Hedges, Mayfield, Newnham, Trumpington and Queen Ediths/Queen Emma.  

For the following school year we've had requests from a number of primary schools so we hope then to win funding with a final 8 primaries including schools at Cherry Hinton such as the Bewick Bridge and Colville and the Spinney and Cherry Hinton Primary,  and then to fill in the gaps of further schools who requested a history trail and have waited patiently, including the Grove and the new University Primary School!