Members of Slimming World groups across Fenland have donated their old clothes to help a cancer charity.
Even though she's always been terrified of heights, artist and community-worker Syrah Arnold has recently thrown herself out of a plane for charity.
A project to boost communication, language & literacy has been launched by Cambridgeshire County Council.
Families are settling into their new homes as the keys to much-needed affordable new houses in Tydd St Giles are handed over.
A new £23million secondary school for Wisbech has been given the thumbs-up and should be open in just two years' time.
A four-month-old baby and his family are among those petitioning the Government to make new precision medicines available on the NHS.
Volunteers in Long Sutton are bringing more of "Planet Earth" to the town.
Thomas Clarkson Academy has become the first school in the area to start regularly donating its leftover food to the homeless.
Wisbech has a new mayor following the annual pomp and circumstance ceremony at the town's Council Chamber on Friday.
Anglia Components has streamlined its charitable activities to give focus on two chosen local charities each year.
Becky Murley continued her run of excellent results by leading the Wisbech men home in the Lea Valley CC Open 10.
Under-15 players from Wisbech Rugby Club capped an excellent season by winning the Eastern Counties Plate.
On a very hot and sunny day Fenland Rods were at the in-form Kingsland Small Carp Lake, which saw some huge weights taken.
Devastated Wisbech Town manager Gary Setchell says its time for the players to regroup after their failure to win the United Counties League crown yesterday.
Chatteris fighter Jordan Gill puts his undefeated 19-0 record on the line against tough Hungarian David Berna tomorrow night.
After a great start to his return to March Town United, the honeymoon period appears to be over for manager Brett Whaley.
March Town Ladies faced Cambridge University Ladies in a double-header in the S Tech Prem League.
An almost packed audience was treated to some ‘Strictly’ glamour last night at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange where favourites from the BBC hit Kristina Rihanoff and Robin Windsor took the lead in a journey of dance down the ages.
Newcastle jazz singer Zoe Gilby, described by British saxaphone legend Courtney Pine as someone who “deserves wider recognition”, is coming to Long Sutton next weekend.
The latest addition to the city centre eating out scene opens its doors on September 8, but the Peterborough Telegraph got an early look at what diners can expect.
I Can and I Will, Kat Brittain, Self-Released, Out Now
Carrying The Unfixable, Tommy Loose, Self-Released, Out Now
Although this attractive detached chalet home is tucked away in a quiet location, it is still within walking distance of Chatteris town centre and the local schools.
In a field not too far, far away from March or Chatteris there were some very special visitors today (Wednesday) for the official opening of this year’s Skylark Garden Centre’s maize maze.