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West Walton school pupils launch Anglian Water consultation

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A Veteran's Badge being proudly worn on a lapel.''Veteran's Badges are issued to all former Service personnel whn they leave the Armed Forces. First issued in 2004, the badge is an enamelled, engraved, and pinned, lapel badge featuring the words �SHM Armed Forces �' Veteran⬝, which encompass the Tri-Service, Anchor, Crossed Swords and Eagle motif. Its symbolism is intended to unite all veterans in recognising the commonality of their service, to encourage a sense of unity and community between surviving veterans and to ignite public recognition of our veterans and their continuing contribution to society.

Fenland veterans urged to sign up for badge presentation

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Man dies in crash on A141 at Ring’s End

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Sutton St Edmund man jailed for not repaying profits of Wisbech market crimes

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Woman and dogs rescued from flood on Welney road

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Vehicles gutted in March waste firm base blaze

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Panel poser on house plan in Tydd St Mary

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John Redvers Neil Virgo who is appearing in a television programme, telling the story of his time as a POW in World War II.

Wisbech war hero John Redvers Neil Virgo dies aged 94

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Michael Foot and Wendy Foot

£200,000 fundraising total in sight for caring Walpole St Peter couple

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Aaron Heading

COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Silver medal for Aaron

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Champions elect Wisbech Acorns hit Bluntisham form at right time

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Carl Murley

Wisbech cyclists in good early season form

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Tony tops Fenland Rods’ season opener at Decoy Lakes Cedar Pool

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Fenland runner Jennings shines at Old Trafford

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Boxall’s best as March AC get marathon season underway

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Youngsters and vets are Wisbech Wildcats’ derby stars

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Black Dog by Simon Corbin

King’s Lynn author recalls haunting journey in Black Dog

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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

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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

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MFCP Bin Suhayl chess Cambridgeshire County Championships

Marshland St James teen and Wisbech pupil Ieysaa youngest chess champion in Cambs history

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Sutton St Edmund

Exciting time ahead for Sutton St Edmund residents

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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?

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