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Finally, we get the Spring weather we’ve been waiting for in Cambridge.

The sun’s out, the snow’s mostly gone, and the daffs on the balcony are looking so Spring-like.

Last night’s Cambridge snow (I think a fair bit will be gone by this evening).

Bit of bad planning meant a snowy, pre-breakfast trip to @tesco. On the other hand: I can now have porridge!

In which we visit “Kettle’s Yard” on its reopening weekend

We walked along the river to get there

Kettle’s Yard and its new extension:

The exhibition in their church next door:

Gonville & Caius College lit up for my birthday weekend – thank you @eLuminateFest!

The Senate House lit up for my birthday weekend – thank you @eLuminateFest!

We’re on to puddings at the @PintShop 🙂

Thoroughly tasty and lovely birthday meal at the @PintShop

In which we go to Birmingham’s “Coming Out” exhibition

Staged to mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality, we visited the exhibition in the “Gas Hall” of the “Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery”

Grayson Perry:

Derek Jarman:

David Hockney:

Dorothy Parker’s quote:

Finishing off at the Edwardian Tearooms: