Fenland Citizen

“I will fight this all the way to a judicial review if I have to” says Fenland’s Simon King as he launches counter attack in expenses row

Councillor Chris Seaton, has been chosen as new leader of Fenland District Council and will be formally ratified for the job on Thursday (22). He has been busy appointing his cabinet.

New Fenland Council leader Chris Seaton says he is looking forward the challenges the role will bring


Norfolk police commissioner orders full review of fire service governance switch

Sunny spells

Grantham pub The Old Bank re-opens after £225,000 refurbishment


St John’s College set to gain outline planning permission of 95 homes on ‘windfall site’ off Estover Road in March


Has Wisbech Councillor Simon King gone too far? He is set to face conduct hearing over his expense claims


This Friday is bingo night at Wisbech St Mary in aid of family of dying Fenland mum Jayne Denby

Richard Quadryng's brass effigy was originally in a Lincolnshire church until a vicar decided to 'take it' - but no one knows exactly why he took it.

Priceless brass held by Outwell church for 200 years is set to be returned to rightful owners

Reports of child abuse in Cambridgeshire is up by nearly a quarter says child charity NSPCC.

Eight babies among child sex abuse victims in Cambridgeshire as figures show sharp rise in offences last year

Black Dog by Simon Corbin

King’s Lynn author recalls haunting journey in Black Dog

Kristina Rhinaoff with Christopher Maloney (left) and Robin Windsor in Dance To The Music.

Review: Dance to the Music at Lynn Corn Exchange entertains and gives a history lesson too

GEORDIE SOUL: Newcastle jazz singer-songwriter Zoe Gilby will be performing with her quartet at Long Sutton Market House on Saturday, December 16, at 7.30pm.  Photo by Adrian Tilbrook.

CONCERT PREVIEW: Invitation to hear Geordie jazz queen in Long Sutton

MFCP Bin Suhayl chess Cambridgeshire County Championships

Marshland St James teen and Wisbech pupil Ieysaa youngest chess champion in Cambs history

Sutton St Edmund

Exciting time ahead for Sutton St Edmund residents

Peele head teacher Jane Moody with photos of the opening ceremony in 1959, on display in the college reception. Photo: Tim Wilson (SG140917-217TW).

Can you help Peele mark its 60-year milestone?