Preparations are well underway to ensure Fenland voters are ready for the both the local and Euro elections in the coming weeks.
There's a chance to see the work of local photographers at an exhibition in Wisbech this week.
More Cambridgeshire under 18s teenagers are becoming pregnant, bucking the national trend.
A small business owner from Wisbech set himself some big challenges to do in his forties and next weekend he is set to complete the second of them.
Around 100 trustees, members, and guests gathered at Wisbech General Cemetery, as Wisbech Society officially opened the newly restored chapel of rest.
A Fenland Church is planning major celebrations next month to mark its 150th anniversary.
Hardwork of Fenland Neighbourhood Policing Team following a series of shed burglaries in Chatteris and Doddington has led to two men being cautioned.
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A teenager who hopes to become a professional cyclist spent one day of his Easter holidays completing a 160-mile charity ride.
There's been an increase in the number of applications for primary school places in Cambridgeshire.
Chatteris boxer Jordan Gill has scored the biggest win of his career to date by lifting the Commonwealth featherweight title in London tonight.
The former semi-finalist will learn his first round opponent tomorrow
On Friday, Wisbech Tennis Club held a ladies’ spring tournament, at their courts adjacent to the Hudson Leisure Centre.
A fantastic weekend of running for Three Counties Running Club.
On Sunday, Sublime Racing held its inaugural Peterborough Marathon on a bright, sunny morning.
North Cambs Bowling Association and Wisbech’s Hudson Indoor Bowls Club faced up in their annual mixed rinks match at the Hudson Leisure Centre.
A big weekend of short oval motorsport takes place at King’s Lynn’s Adrian Flux Arena over the Easter weekend with two huge meetings taking place.
Wisbech-based writer Graham Sheppard hopes his first novel has the potential to be a best seller and attract local readers too.
Local MP Steve Barclay is calling for better funding for the arts in this area following a special meeting held in March.
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.
Delays expected to add ten minutes to commuter's journey