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Stroke survivor Shirley from Upwell near Wisbech adds her voice to ‘Lost for Words’ campaign

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Anne Hill, prinicpal of Thomas Clarkson Academy.

Ofsted says Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech is ‘rapidly improving’ in a glowing inspection report

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St Peter's School in Wisbech is improving say government inspectors, Ofsted, but there is still room for further improvement.

Effective leadership but improvements required at St Peter’s School in Wisbech

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Man suffers critical injuries after crash between car and lorry in Emneth

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Shock as two former March factory workers are jailed for their part in Indian gang’s vitamins scam

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Meet the cats looking for new homes as Wisbech Cat Welfare holds rehoming day at Cherries Cattery Fridaybridge

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Shortage of doctors blamed as two health pilot schemes fail to take-off at Fenland hospitals

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Witness appeal following Murrow fatal

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Chatteris Remembrance Parade

Chatteris pays tribute to the town’s war heroes

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Wisbech Remembrance Day

Hundreds line Wisbech street’s to join in the annual Remembrance Day tribute to the fallen

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Witness appeal following Murrow fatal

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Jade Green who was killed in a car crash at Black Drove, Murrow.

Woman killed in two vehicle crash at Murrow is named as Jade Green from Wisbech

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New plea to trace van driver over fatal crash at Walsoken

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Did you see collision between Jeep and mobility scooter on March Market Place?

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Two people have died following a crash along the Forty Foot River this morning (October 13).

Two women confirmed as victims killed in this morning’s accident along the Forty Foot Drai at Ramsey Forty Foot

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Man suffers critical injuries after crash between car and lorry in Emneth

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Two former March factory workers have been jailed for their part in an Indian gang's vitamins scam.

Shock as two former March factory workers are jailed for their part in Indian gang’s vitamins scam

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Machetes and swords are among bladed items handed in during a week-long knives amnesty in Cambridgeshire.

Week-long Amnesty takes nearly 100 knives off the streets of Cambridgeshire including machetes and swords

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Jack Green pictured inbed where he was found covered in blood by his mum Tammy Green.

Mother finds Wisbech teenager bloodied and bruised after he returns home from night out

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Effective leadership but improvements required at St Peter’s School in Wisbech

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Alderman Payne Primary School in Parson Drove has been rated 'good' by Ofsted.

It’s a ‘good’ from Ofsted for Alderman Payne Primary School at Parson Drove

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Career pathways on show at Peele Community College in Long Sutton

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Peele's pink pupils.

Pink Peele pupils raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness

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Thomas Eaton School at Wimblington is hoping to win funding through the Aviva Community Fund 2017 but needs public votes to secure the cash.

Wimblington’s Thomas Eaton Primary School needs your vote to help win funding for its library project

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Town meeting to talk about Long Sutton market day changes

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Plans to change Friday market day in Long Sutton by closing two town centre streets are to be discussed at a public meeting on Tuesday night.

Conversion plan for historic town house

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2017 General Election results at the Hudson
2017 General Election results at the Hudson
Steve Barclay MP Conservative

Full steam ahead as minister signals major boost for Wisbech rail and Fenland’s future prosperity

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Pictured at the conference are, from left, Cllr Ian Bates, chairman of Cambridgeshire County Councils economy and environment committee; Combined Authority Mayor James Palmer; Wendy Otter, Fenland District Councils Transport Development Manager; Chris Leech, Business Community Manager for CrossCountry; Hayley Bull, Stakeholder Liaison Manager for CrossCountry; Cllr Simon King, FDCs Portfolio Holder for Transport; and Alan Neville from Greater Anglia.

Fenland holds the key to the economic success of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough says Mayor James Palmer

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Fantastic response to Tydd St Mary Village Hall new volunteers’ appeal

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This is an early version of what a roundabout might look like at the Broad End Road junction on the A47 at Wisbech - people are now being asked for their views.

Have your say on a roundabout at Broad End Road junction and other vital road schemes for Wisbech

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Matthijs Hou�t, Senior Commercial Attach� at the Dutch embassy in London presents the cheque at the fifth Wisbech 2020 summit. Pictured from left: Peter Simpson, Anglian Water; Japp Flikweert, HaskoningDHV; Matthijs Hou�t; Sam Hoy, leader of Wisbech Town Council; Steve Count, leader of Cambs County Council; John Clark, leader of Fenland Council; Steve Barclay, MP.

Cutting flood risk is key to Garden Town

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Highways England consulted on plans to upgrade Guyhirn roundabout on the A47 in August - now the scheme looks set to be delayed for at least two years.

Guyhirn roundabout upgrade delayed by two years

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Elizabeth Truss

Plan to extend West Norfolk parliamentary seat into Cambridgeshire moves a step closer

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Swans enjoy first feed of winter at Welney

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Dafila Scott, daughter of Sir Peter Scott, serves up the grain for the swans at Welney WWT for the first night feed of the new season, and there was a magnificent Fenland sunset as a backdrop to the occasion.

Swans enjoy the first night feed of the season at Welney Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre

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Long Sutton Parish Council news.

LONG SUTTON PARISH COUNCIL NEWS: Threat of dog ban in town parks

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A campaign has been launched to save Wenny Meadow in Chatteris from being built on.

Group aims to ‘Save Wenny Meadow’ in Chatteris from development claiming it would be an act of ‘historical vandalism’

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Shortage of doctors blamed as two health pilot schemes fail to take-off at Fenland hospitals

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Julie Cave, chief executive of the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

BREAKING NEWS: Two Norfolk and Suffolk mental health trust directors quit after inspection criticism

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Wisbech student James Lowery is urging people to have the meningitis vaccination after nearly dying from the illness.

Wisbech student James Lowery urges others to have meningitis jab after virus nearly kills him

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Graham Buckland, who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, with his daughter Lorna.

Mesothelioma patient Graham Buckland from Emneth hopes former workmates at Dacorum College, Herts, can help him

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calls for GPs to refer more patients to use Fenland's leisure centres including the George Campbell at March.

Fenland Council calls on GPs to refer more patients to use the district’s leisure centres

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