Police have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Fenland in the hope of reuniting the owner with the items.
Not every family would be happy to announce they are a bunch of losers - but for one Fenland family it is something to be proud of.
Big screen entertainment is due to restart in Wisbech later this month with the announcement The Light Cinema will be re-opening after five months.
From cinemas to massage parlours - face covering becomes mandatory almost everywhere.
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No more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Cambridgeshire over the last 24 hours, official figures show.
A three-month-old kitten, whose name was chosen by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, has found his forever home.
Thousands of pensioner households will soon be receiving a letter that ends their automatic right to a free TV licence.
Cambridgeshire police's southern burglary team arrested three priority suspects on Wednesday (5).
Three Fenland projects have been awarded a share of nearly £3m of funding from a special fund set up by Cambridgeshire County Council.
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Wisbech St Mary came from behind to draw 2-2 with Ely City this afternoon.
Wisbech Town got pre-season off to a winning start, beating Pinchbeck United 1-0.
With a new head coach and captain, Wisbech Rugby Club are ready for the new season.
Dawn and Mike are Johnson Goblets winners
REports and pictures as the cricket season gets into full swing.
For this week's challenge, members took their first name and how ever many letters were in it was how many miles or kilometres they would run or walk.
An ex-Wisbech Town reserve and youth team coach has led his US-based side to their first-ever piece of silverware.
It was business as usual yesterday (Sunday) with the return of live music to Wisbech Bandstand for the first time this year.
In her fortnightly column, Lorena Hodgson of Red Barn Creative, talks about some exciting new projects.
Two students from Chatteris will be heading to prestigious arts schools to pursue their ambitions in acting, singing and dancing.
Aspiring Fenland artist Maggie Powell galvanised villagers into joining a lockdown project which has resulted in an art installation at the local pub.
Cambridgeshire County Council is looking for budding musicians to help spread joy and sunshine as part of its virtual school orchestra.
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A pair of super slimmers have shed a combined total of 11 stone
Bodymode Running Club (Chatteris) were represented at the 39th Virgin London Marathon on Sunday by Roger Tolfree 72, from Mepal.
Delays expected to add ten minutes to commuter's journey