Police have carried out patrols at a number of supermarkets to ensure everyone is adhering to the government's guidelines and social distancing.
A youngster and his family have baked cookies as a thank you to their local police officers.
Students were encouraged to believe in themselves and dream big up by an author who visited Thomas Clarkson Academy before the school closed.
The Prime Minister will write to every UK household to urge them to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.
Four patients have now died of COVID-19 at the same hospital.
Police have been out this morning stopping vehicles to check on their reason for travel.
A rough sleeper who set off a shop alarm was wanted on recall to prison.
A motorist who ignored government advice to stay at home on Thursday night was arrested for drink driving.
Citizens Advice Rural Cambs has announced that face-to-face advice services in Wisbech and its outreach services have been suspended.
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Fenland Flyers competed in a regional competition before coronavirus struck.
The FA has pulled the plug on the Step 3-7 football season and said all results and tables do not count.
Cup finals involving four local football teams have been declared null and void.
Speed Skating Club members earned 21 gold medals at the Indoor British Championships.
Long Sutton Ladies 1sts 0 Pelicans 1sts 0 It was a case of déjà vu for Long Sutton, having travelled to Pelicans for a draw before Christmas.
LSHC Men’s First 6 City Of Peterborough 3rds 2 Long Sutton in their penultimate game of the season built on their excellent form since Christmas.
Fulbourn Ladies 5 March Town Ladies 0 The Hares had a bad day at the office, despite Josie Turner forcing a good save from the home keeper early on.
Here's a list of the many events called off because of coronavirus.
The remarkable story of an English Suffragette will be brought to life later this month.
Editor Jeremy Ransome visits The Light Cinema, Wisbech.
An event to raise money towards the cost of church repairs has been postponed because of coronavirus.
In her regular column Lora Hodgson, of Red Barn Creative, talks about an arts open day.
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