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Vital questions must be asked to identify victims of controlling and coercive abuse say reviews on two Fenland murders

30 November 2018
Vital questions must be asked to identify victims of controlling and coercive abuse say reviews on two Fenland murders

Vital questions must be asked to identify victims of controlling and coercive abuse say reviews on two Fenland murders

30 November 2018

The murders of three women have prompted separate calls for frontline professionals to better understand controlling and coercive domestic abuse.


£100 reward to catch vandals who attacked Doddington's Christmas tree

30 November 2018
£100 reward to catch vandals who attacked Doddington's Christmas tree

£100 reward to catch vandals who attacked Doddington's Christmas tree

30 November 2018

A £100 reward is up for grabs in a Fenland village after vandals targeted its Christmas tree.


Combined Authority Board approves £10.5 million Wisbech road upgrade package including a roundabout at Broadend Road junction to help deliver on growth ambition for town

29 November 2018
Combined Authority Board approves £10.5 million Wisbech road upgrade package including a roundabout at Broadend Road junction to help deliver on growth ambition for town

Combined Authority Board approves £10.5 million Wisbech road upgrade package including a roundabout at Broadend Road junction to help deliver on growth ambition for town

29 November 2018

Essential road schemes including a roundabout at the notorious Broadend Road junction of the A47 in Wisbech are to be fast tracked.


Cambridge City Football Club pays tribute to life-long supporter Phillip Moore from March - 'he was a true gentleman'

29 November 2018
Cambridge City Football Club pays tribute to life-long supporter Phillip Moore from March - 'he was a true gentleman'

Cambridge City Football Club pays tribute to life-long supporter Phillip Moore from March - 'he was a true gentleman'

29 November 2018

A local football club is in mourning following the death of one of its lifelong supporters in a road crash yesterday morning (Wednesday).


March man named as victim of fatal crash on A141 this morning

28 November 2018
March man named as victim of fatal crash on A141 this morning

March man named as victim of fatal crash on A141 this morning

28 November 2018

Police appeal for witnesses following fatal crash on A141 this morning in which a March man died.


Two in every five Fenland pubs have called last orders and closed in the past 10 years

28 November 2018
Two in every five Fenland pubs have called last orders and closed in the past 10 years

Two in every five Fenland pubs have called last orders and closed in the past 10 years

28 November 2018

Two in every five pubs in Fenland have closed in the last decade, new figures show.


Paying it forward to show gratitude - Fenland pair want to repay kindness of others

28 November 2018
Paying it forward to show gratitude - Fenland pair want to repay kindness of others

Paying it forward to show gratitude - Fenland pair want to repay kindness of others

28 November 2018

Two people who have received help after falling on hard-times themselves are paying it forward this Christmas by trying to help others in need.


Wisbech gives a right royal welcome to Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwell

27 November 2018
Wisbech gives a right royal welcome to Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwell

Wisbech gives a right royal welcome to Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwell

27 November 2018

The people of Wisbech waited in the cold this afternoon to give a right royal welcome to the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwell.


Fears over plans to merge Fenland CCTV camera monitoring with Peterborough

27 November 2018
Fears over plans to merge Fenland CCTV camera monitoring with Peterborough

Fears over plans to merge Fenland CCTV camera monitoring with Peterborough

27 November 2018

A Wisbech councillor claims plans to relocate Fenland’s CCTV operators in Peterborough in a cost-cutting merger will impact on camera use.


Wisbech Museum issues a thank-you to supporters who pledge £1,000s but say more is needed

26 November 2018
Wisbech Museum issues a thank-you to supporters who pledge £1,000s but say more is needed

Wisbech Museum issues a thank-you to supporters who pledge £1,000s but say more is needed

26 November 2018

Wisbech's at-risk museum is not out of danger, but has celebrated the generosity of its 'ReFounders' who have pledged £34,000 for the next five years.


Wisbech shines for Christmas as the lights go on at annual festive extravaganza

26 November 2018
Wisbech shines for Christmas as the lights go on at annual festive extravaganza

Wisbech shines for Christmas as the lights go on at annual festive extravaganza

26 November 2018

Thousands of people turned to enjoy the festive atmosphere at the annual Wisbech Christmas Lights Extravaganza on Sunday.


Joe will finally lose his 'wild beared' in a bid to raise funds for Meadowgate Academy, Wisbech

26 November 2018
Joe will finally lose his 'wild beared' in a bid to raise funds for Meadowgate Academy, Wisbech

Joe will finally lose his 'wild beared' in a bid to raise funds for Meadowgate Academy, Wisbech

26 November 2018

A Wisbech man is to brave the shave this weekend after spending the last year growing a 'wild beard' ready to raise funds for Meadowgate Academy.


Weekend of fundraising will help March boy's sensory garden appeal as well as MIND

25 November 2018
Weekend of fundraising will help March boy's sensory garden appeal as well as MIND

Weekend of fundraising will help March boy's sensory garden appeal as well as MIND

25 November 2018

This coming weekend sees two charity events aimed at boosting an appeal to help create a sensory garden for a young disabled March boy.


Recommendations for economic growth of Fenland discussed at business briefing in Wisbech

23 November 2018
Recommendations for economic growth of Fenland discussed at business briefing in Wisbech

Recommendations for economic growth of Fenland discussed at business briefing in Wisbech

23 November 2018

A 136 page document could be one of the most important to be published for Fenland as it outlines how the area will grow over the coming decades.


Fenland towns set to be lit up for Christmas

23 November 2018
Fenland towns set to be lit up for Christmas

Fenland towns set to be lit up for Christmas

23 November 2018

This weekend will see Wisbech light-up for Christmas along with switch-ons in several villages including Wimblington and Doddington.


Wisbech councillor and businessman asks fellow traders 'would you pay for tow centre security guard'?

23 November 2018
Wisbech councillor and businessman asks fellow traders 'would you pay for tow centre security guard'?

Wisbech councillor and businessman asks fellow traders 'would you pay for tow centre security guard'?

23 November 2018

A Wisbech businessman and local councillor has come up with the idea of a ‘not for profit’ company to employ a security guard for the town centre.


Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer supports funding for study into delivering rail link between Wisbech and March

22 November 2018
Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer supports funding for study into delivering rail link between Wisbech and March

Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer supports funding for study into delivering rail link between Wisbech and March

22 November 2018

Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer has voiced support for moving forward with a detailed study into delivering a rail link between Wisbech and March.


Policing Cambridgeshire is a 'delicate balance' says new Chief Constable Nick Dean in first interview since taking on the role

22 November 2018
Policing Cambridgeshire is a 'delicate balance' says new Chief Constable Nick Dean in first interview since taking on the role

Policing Cambridgeshire is a 'delicate balance' says new Chief Constable Nick Dean in first interview since taking on the role

22 November 2018

Policing is a “delicate balance” says Cambridgeshire’s new chief constable.


Apprentice Nathan cope from Wisbech's College of West Anglia scoops a national award

22 November 2018
Apprentice Nathan cope from Wisbech's College of West Anglia scoops a national award

Apprentice Nathan cope from Wisbech's College of West Anglia scoops a national award

22 November 2018

A Wisbech apprentice has won a nationwide award at the Food Processing Awards 2018.


'To have the kind of police force people in Cambridgeshire want is absolutely going to cost money' says police commissioner

22 November 2018
'To have the kind of police force people in Cambridgeshire want is absolutely going to cost money' says police commissioner

'To have the kind of police force people in Cambridgeshire want is absolutely going to cost money' says police commissioner

22 November 2018

Mental health, domestic abuse, modern slavery, and child exploitation mean county’s police are busier than ever but not always visible on our streets.


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