Neglected and abused children in Cambridgeshire are increasingly likely to be at risk of harm by the time social services reach them, figures show.
Students at Long Sutton’s Peele Community College swapped the classroom for the stage in the school’s Christmas production.
A champion boxer has gone back to his old Chatteris school to inspire current students to career confidence and academic success.
A baby from Manea and his family are urging people to sign a petition aimed at forcing the Government to cut the talk and fund life pro-longing drugs.
Next month should finally see the launch of the Local Urgent Care pilot scheme in Wisbech - nearly two years later than was originally planned.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident in Wisbech in which a driver was assaulted following a two vehicle crash.
The sun may have been shining yesterday but there was snow in Wisbech Park as the Friends of the Bandstand staged their Christmas party in the park.
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Residents from Beaupre Hall in Outwell together with church volunteers were treated to a Christmas performance by pupils from the village school.
Police have airborne support as they tackle 21 hare coursing incidents in a single day ...
Chatteris boxer Jordan Gill has scored the biggest win of his career to date by lifting the Commonwealth featherweight title in London tonight.
It was a glorious sunny morning when Swaffham came to Wisbech for the first time playing the Wisbech U12 rugby side.
Wisbech Town FC manager Gary Setchell wants to cut out costly mistakes as his side enters a ‘tough’ festive period.
It could have been a different result if it was not for defensive mishaps, writes Dan Mason.
A massive change in the weather saw the final round of the East Midland Winter League taking place on three venues across the Fenland drains.
S-Tech Ladies League Cup Wisbech Town 8 Park 0 Fenladies went into their final 2018 game with absentees, but with others returning they were stronger.
Pictured is Paul Fox of Fox Windows and Building Services handing over new rain jackets to Mark Belton, manager of March Town Athletic U11 FC.
Harp and guitar were joined together in seasonal music matrimony at Long Sutton's Market House on Friday.
Harpist Maire Ni Chathasaigh and guitarist Chris Newman are bringing Celtic, jazz, bluegrass and baroque music to Long Sutton.
If you thought the North Pole was thousands of miles away then think again, as the magic of Christmas is much closer than that – Cambridge in fact.
The rendition of a dance classic has attracted plenty of attention online
The recently refurbished Wisbech Bandstand will be brought to musical life this summer thanks to a group of volunteers.
Delays expected to add ten minutes to commuter's journey