Fenland Citizen

Top story writers in the Wisbech Reads competition get to meet author Dan Freedman

Vernon Griffiths cryer and Dorothy Jessica Ellen Griffiths Cryer

‘Mole’ brought couple together

First time buyers in Fenland need a 74 per cent pay rise to help them get on the property ladder according to a new report.

Homebuyers need 74 per cent pay rise

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#50,000 Cambridgeshire’s volunteers clock-up the hours helping the community including Glenda from Wisbech


Doggy daycare to be Grantham mum’s legacy


Grantham Police appeal for witnesses to fairground assault


Pride in Fenland awards honour district’s unsung heroes for their commitment to the community


Row over free school meals is ‘fake news’ says MP Steve Barclay

Rimell Taylor from Guyhirn, who led police on a 12 minute pursuit going speeds of up to 139mph, has been jailed for 21 months.

Jail for car chase driver from Guyhirn who led police on 12 minute pursuit driving at up to 139mph along A47

The new Peterborough Panthers team for 2018 are, back row, left to right, Nike Lunna, Simon Lambert (on bike), Ulrich Ostergaard, Michael Palm Toft, front, Emil Grondal and Tom Bacon. Photo: David Lowndes.

LATEST NEWS: Nicholls is set to be a prize asset for Panthers

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Buttonhole fishery is now even better

Luis Souto Hill

March Marlins deliver phenomenal performance

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Wisbech St Mary secure vital win in relegation battle


Mason retains Wisbech open singles table tennis crown

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Wisbech Thirds put Kettering hockey title champagne on ice

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Fast and furious Fenmen: Wisbech Town humble Leicester Nirvana


Wisbech Grammar School are cup and shield winners at Sevens tournament

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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?