Dunhams Wood at March is open once again this Whitsun Bank Holiday on both Sunday and Monday (May 26 and 27) from 2pm to 5pm and there’s a chance to play an unusual version of the card game happy Families.
Chatteris Community Archive is looking for pictures of local pubs and the people who ran them to celebrate Local History Day on June 7. The afternoon “At Home” presentation is in the library when any new pictures are welcome. The aim of the public “At home” meetings is to get those with photographs but no access to the web, to bring them along to be scanned and uploaded while telling their stories.
Getting up close and personal with animals is always a treat for children and parents alike and Pigeons Farm at Thorney offers visitors just that opportunity.
There has been quite a lot of recent media comment about what is happening to the residential property market and some commentators have suggested that prices are on the rise.
With an average of 74 UK homes being burgled each hour, the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) is advising homebuyers to prioritise safety when moving into a new home.
Just one look inside Wisbech’s Peckover House National Trust property and local art student Lynsey French was inspired to create enough paintings and sculptures to fill her own first exhibition.
Rising costs coupled with increased exposure to rent arrears may spark a change in trend and force landlords reaching retirement age to leave the buy-to-let sector rather than continuing to rent out their properties.
The annual Manea Gala is set to be bigger and better this summer.
Local photographer Tom Cave is offering one lucky Citizen reader a free home photoshoot plus two canvas prints.
Local archaeologists and a story teller will welcome people to Stonea Camp hill fort, near Wimblington and help bring the story of Fenland and Cambridgeshire to life.
The curtain goes up tomorrow (Thursday) on the Anglian Players’ spring production, which this year is The White Sheep of the Family by L du Garde Peach and Ian Hay.
Following on from the successful event last year, which saw a reunion of local 70’s teenagers who used to flock to Three Holes Village Hall (THVH) regularly on a Saturday night, the dance is going ahead again at 7.30pm on Saturday 25 May.
Do you have a hidden creative talent that’s just bursting to be recognised? Then why not enter this fantastic local competition?
Have you ever thought about doing a skydive? A charity that supports people with multiple sclerosis is looking for daring individuals to ‘Jump in June’ from the North London Parachute Centre at Chatteris to raise vital funds.
There will be lots of treats and activities to enjoy at a craft fair being held at the Castle Square United Reformed Church in wisbech on Saturday May 18.
A BBC Children in Need-backed programme to develop activities and events that will bring together Wisbech children and young people of all nationalities is gearing up for its first big event on May 18.
Planning for this year’s annual Walpole St Peter’s Church flower Festival is well under-way.
Homeowners in Wisbech are being asked to nominate their dependable decorator or perfectionist painter, as part of a search by paint brand, Dulux Trade, to find the UK’s most trusted decorator.
Award-winning musical group, MADAOS, who recently scooped three awards for their production of Footloose last April, are performing in a new exciting way at March Conservative Club this Saturday (May 11).
Wisbech artist Lino Micallef is showing his first solo exhibition at the Angles Theatre, Wisbech.
Visitors to Cambridgeshire libraries are being urged to book early for a bumper number of inspiring talks by best selling authors this month.
Head along to a special garden sale in Wisbech this weekend.
Maple Grove Community Pre-School in March is appealing for businesses and individuals to help with prizes for the grand raffle and tombola at this year’s money-spinning Summer Fair.
Walkers are wanted to walk in late spring’s beauty for a great cause on Sunday 9th June from 10am to 2pm in the grounds of Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk.
After a year’s break, the annual Coates Village Show is back on July 13.
Discovering the simple pleasures and cost saving benefits of motorcycling couldn’t be simpler at Britain’s hottest new summer bike show.
This Sunday (May 5) runners will be taking to the streets of King’s Lynn for the annual Bespak Grand East Anglia run.
When it comes to selling your home, preparation and doing your homework will help to make the task run smoothly – and be kinder on your pocket!
Dunhams Wood at March is open once again this May Bank Holiday on both Sunday and Monday (May 5 and 6) from 2pm to 5pm and there’s a chance to enjoy a treasure hunt.
Circo Ridiculoso presents an imaginative retelling of the Three Little Pigs, a tale that is not just for children.
Over 8000 UK drivers are still driving despite having 12 or more points on their licence. The top fourteen licence point holders with 25 points or more are all men.
The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) is advising sellers on how to maximise interest in a property, following resurgent buyer interest.
Are you interested in researching your family history? Or perhaps you are interested in local and community history? If so, then these new short courses could be right for you
Newly announced Government rules that will clampdown on rogue lettings agents have been welcomed by Harrison Murray.
STORING the bikes and the barbecue or creating a cosy home for the pet guinea pigs – what do you use yours for?
Pitches are booking fast for Wisbech Horsefair Shopping Centre’s third charity car boot sale which will help raise cash for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Truckfest is the must see show for May Bank Holiday. Proud of its heritage in presenting trucks from all over the world, Truckfest has turned into Europe’s premier trucking event, from giant American trucks to jaw dropping customised and even the Iveco Paris Dakar rally truck.
To launch the call for submissions for their latest project, the Young Curators’ Forum is proud to present a free creative workshop with Fenland Poet Laureate Leanne Moden and Lead Young Curator Brandon Mattless.
A pre-school paradise of imaginative fun and play awaits young visitors to the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort with the opening of a NEW themed land – DUPLO® Valley.
Tenants are now staying in one property for a record duration of 20 months, according to the latest research from the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA).
Calling all petrol heads.
The Taxpayers’ Alliance has released staggering figures revealing that last year a massive £1.1 billion was paid in business rates on vacant properties between 2011-2012, says Maxey Grounds and Co.
A Wedding Fair is being held at Walpole Commumnity Centre on April 28 and this is the ideal time to come and see what the hall has to offer as it can be hired out for functions.
Fenland bouncers are being reminded it’s not too late to submit a photograph of themselves making a shape on a trampoline for the chance to front a national campaign.
The recession is increasingly leaving desperate sellers vulnerable to quick-sell property companies that offer poor valuations, according to estate agents.
Road safety charity the IAM is offering weekly motoring tips from Britain’s top advanced driver, Peter Rodger. This week, with National Drive It day coming this weekend, encouraging people to take to the roads for an enjoyable drive, he is advising on driving in the countryside.
Comedian and Arthur Smith has been announced as the latest addition to the line-up for the University of East Anglia’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
As a nation of garden lovers and barbecue fans, it’s no wonder our outdoor space is as important a selling point as a stylish bathroom suite or modern kitchen inside the home.
As part of the diamond anniversary of St Peter’s Gardens in Wisbech, the Friends of the church have planted a liquidambar tree in place of a diseased cherry tree which had to be removed.
This year Elgood’s Brewery and Garden will be open every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from Tuesday April 30 until Thursday September 26.
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Weather for Wisbech
Sunday 19 May 2013
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