Booking has now opened for three more free heritage workshops organised through Fenland District Council’s Wisbech High Street Project.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fostering Service needs to find homes for over1,000 children and young people in care, including groups of siblings.
A young Fenland actor is living the dream as she is set to make her big screen debut later this year in a horror movie.
Police patrols are being stepped up around a parish church after vandals have struck the historic building for the third time this year.
Firefighters across Fenland have had a busy weekend dealing with at least five fires most of them in the open and three of them were deliberate.
Strangely familiar, slightly steampunked characters and a world that gets curiouser and curiouser can be encountered at March Town Hall.
Huge record breaking crowds packed Wisbech Town Park to rock the afternoon away as the annual WisBeach Rock Festival returned.
A driver and passenger have been arrested on suspicion of intending to supply drugs after police stopped a car in Chatteris.
There is still time for local poets to submit entries to become Fenland's new Poet Laureate for 2022.
A new managing director has been appointed at Persimmon Homes East Midlands and he will be responsible for Fenland.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust will be expand its Emergency Department including a new ambulance handover area.
Households are urged to be vigilant this summer after it emerged more than one-in-six adults across the UK has been impacted by rogue traders.
As schools break for summer the RSPB invites families to enjoy their free summer Wild Challenge activities.
Stansted Express customers should check before they make their August holiday plans as there will be no direct airport trains for two weekends.
A free community barbecue held to raise awareness of plans for a new church in Wisbech has been hailed a success by organisers.
Police were suspicious about a driver who had stopped her pink Fiat in the middle of a busy road with several lanes.
A landmark Grade II listed building is to be given a new lease of life if owners can gain planning permission to convert it into four homes.
A rare Tudor manuscript designed to help with swan-keeping in the era when mute swans were owned by the English crown is set to go under the hammer.
Youngsters enjoyed four hours of free fun at the National Play Day event held at the Spinney Adventure Playground in Wisbech.
Patient services for people living in Wisbech and surrounding areas have been rated ‘outstanding.