A health care assistant taking part in a charity walk for her home hospice employer, has told of her pride at working for them.
Fenland Citizen reporter Kat Wakefield tries her hand at pottery.
A popular watering hole is preparing to reopen next month with new management at the helm.
A new class will soon be on offer for budding sewers or those with plenty of experience under their belts.
The police team is continuing to crack down on hare coursers after recording their best results in six years.
Residents are being called on to support a new campaign to tackle carbon emissions from transport in the area.
A Fenland author who wrote more than 100 books on the history of the area has passed away.
Residents are being encouraged to take twice-weekly rapid Covid tests to help support the roadmap out of lockdown.
Three derelict properties in a Fenland village have gone up for auction.
Cambridgeshire Police is highlighting the support available to victims and how to spot the signs of stalking behaviour.
A Fenland cinema is working hard to keep film fanatics entertained until it is able to reopen.
An important village focal point has been given a much needed makeover for the first time in decades.
People of all ages are being given a chance to have their creative worked featured in a special book.
People are being invited to take part in a special walk to remember loved ones and raise vital funds for charity.
Tribute has been paid to two caring employees who are set to retire after 20 combined years of service.
A podcast examining the mysterious case of a missing man has been released.
Shop workers have told of being threatened, abused and even assaulted by customers during the pandemic.
A person has been airlifted to hospital following a crash on a major road today (Wednesday).
A major road is currently closed following a collision.
The future is bright for a young business woman who is taking the beauty and aesthetics industry by storm.