Fenland Citizen

Grantham Police appeal for witnesses to fairground assault

Volunteer in the Community winner: Paul Albutt with Coun Mike Cornwell.

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

Sarah and Liam Chapman are trying to raise as much money as possible in memory of their stillborn daughter Eliza Jane.

Team Eliza from Fenland will be running GEAR 10k to raise money for bereavement charity Theresa’s Tiny Treasures in memory of baby

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


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


Quit smoking, lose weight and you could help the NHS in West Norfolk save vital cash says Upwell GP Dr Paul Williams


Anger and disappointment as 20mph speed limit bid for Waterlees in Wisbech is refused again

Lee Cundy has been jailed for raping a woman while she slept.

Jail for man who raped a March woman while she slept

Baltic Foods was found to have many items that were well past their sell by and best before dates.

Former director of Wisbech’s Baltic Foods sentenced for food safety offences - some items were out of date and mouldy

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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

Kings Lynn Table Tennis Tournament Sunday''Wayne Mason

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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Wildcats derby begins Wisbech rugby weekend club double

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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?