Worzals Farm Shop in Wisbech has received a Great Taste Award for their Chicken, ham and leek pie in the world’s most coveted food and drinks awards.
Police have issued a reminder of the dangers of drink driving after seven motorists were arrested, and six charged, with drink driving at the weekend.
Two teenagers have been charged with carrying a knife after a spot by CCTV operators in Wisbech last month.
Professional chef Alison Sloan teamed up with Wisbech mayor Aigars Balsevics and his deputy mayor Andrew Lynn for a live cookery demonstration.
A second teenager has been arrested in connection with disorder in Wisbech on Wednesday (16).
Fenland dance teacher Lisa Tarsitano has been nominated for a national award which celebrates the talented and inspiring professionals.
A Fenland town could be set for a massive housing development of up to 1,200 homes together with a new primary school and local shops.
A rescued Staffie from Fenland has been awarded a Blue Peter badge for his work helping children overcome their fears of dogs.
A Fenland showjumper who suffered a stroke at the age of 31 last year has fulfilled her dream of returning to top-class competition at Hickstead.
A Fenland councillor has defended a decision not to sell council-owned land close to the proposed incinerator site in Wisbech for at least six months.
Wisbech and Fenland Museum has received a grant of £19,000 to respond to museum closure due to Covid-19 and the needs of its audiences.
Train operator CrossCountry has agreed to reinstate vital train services at two Fenland stations following urgent talks with Cambridgeshire's mayor.
One person was taken to hospital last night (Wednesday night following a major disorder incident in Church Terrace Wisbech.
A new report out today (Wednesday) looks at how easy it is to find information on GP websites across Cambridgeshire.
BBC Children in Need has awarded new funding totalling £29,737 to a local project working with disadvantaged children and young people in Fenland.
Cambridgeshire Police are urging people to look closer in order to spot children and young people who are being exploited by county lines criminals.
A Fenland man who lost both legs after being diagnosed with sepsis has spoken out on how his life has changed “dramatically” as a result.
People are being urged to not give up if they are having trouble accessing a COVID-19 test at the location and time they want in Cambridgeshire.
A Wisbech man competing in the 2020 Formula Vee UK single seater motor racing championship, has transformed his car to raise awareness of Parkinson’s.
A Fenland mayor is seeking legal advice over social media claims he failed to stop after a two vehicle crash involving himself and a young family.