The hopes of the region partly rest on the shoulders of one Fenland town in 2022 when it comes to the East of England's chances in Britain in Bloom.
Anglia in Bloom regional judges Chris Durham and Paul Robson were taken on a tour of Benwick for the annual Anglia in Bloom judging day.
Dozens of keen gardeners entered their green spaces in the annual Wisbech Community Chest gardens competition.
Discount retailer QD Stores is to close its furniture store on March High Street on August 26.
A Fenland mum has welcomed new tests that will help diagnosis a potentially life-threatening condition in pregnant women.
A campaigning mum says the love and support given as she completed a 100km challenge was 'immense'.
Staff, residents, relatives and the local community came together at Rose Lodge to enjoy a Summer Fete that was held in the home’s grounds.
The Gail Burgess School of ballet held their first show since 2019 at Neale-Wade Academy.
A community café which provides work opportunities for people with learning disabilities has been awarded a five star food hygiene rating.
A focus on schools, shoplifting and anti-social behaviour are among the latest initiatives being launched as part of the Safer Wisbech programme.
Fenland Council has submitted its initial response to the Planning Inspectorate following plans from Medworth CHP to build an incinerator in Wisbech.
Sixth Form students from Meadowgate Academy in Wisbech enjoyed a fabulous prom setting off from the school in a vintage Routemaster London bus,
A much-loved community bus is once again facing the axe unless funding to keep it going can be found within the next week.
Families living in Fenland drove feared for their lives and their properties after a fire in a neighbouring fields swept towards their homes.
Wisbech's historic Edwardian bandstand was alive to the sound of music once more on Sunday afternoon.
There will be an evening of German Choral Music in Tydd St Giles Church next Wednesday (August 3).
A Fenland councillor has added his voice to that of a mother's calling for action over misleading road signs amid fears they could lead to accidents.
It all kicked off at March football on Saturday afternoon with a family day of fun.
Wisbech and Peterborough are set to benefit from more than £630,000 awarded from round four of the Home Office’s Safer Streets Fund.
The dinosaurs exhibition which broke all footfall records for Wisbech Museum in summer 2018 is back for the holidays, starting this Wednesday (27).