Another busy weekend for Fenland police who unfortunately had to deal with three drink drivers within hours.
Cambridgeshire fire crews have continued to face challenging conditions and increased demand as the summer heatwave persists.
Wisbech and District Historic Vehicle Club is holding its annual Road Run for the 32 nd time on Sunday (21).
A village summer fayre cancelled earlier this summer because of 'inclement weather' sizzled this weekend and saw the community turn out for the event.
A girls organisation which does a lot of work in the community has been recognised with a special award.
A popular Fenland club took a trip back to the 1940s as part of its celebrations marking the 75th anniversary of its opening.
Villagers amazed at the weekend with their creativity as Emneth held its annual scarecrow competition and yard sale.
One of the area's most prolific and as yet undiscovered artists has finally completed a major project he began over 40 years ago.
An afternoon tea held in a Fenland village has raised over £600 for a cancer charity.
A former veterinary surgery is to be give a new lease of life as a two-bedroom home after planners agreed to a change of use.
Cambridgeshire County Council’s Archives department has been awarded Archive Service Accreditation for the first time.
Cambridgeshire has the highest number of drink drivers in the country according to new figures.
A local salesman at engineering firm is celebrating a 45-year career in the industry this week, after joining the business as an apprentice in 1977.
The event has been organised for the RSPCA West Norfolk Branch’s 60th Anniversary and a host of fun events have been organised to make it memorable.
Stargazers hope to be treated to a spectacular lights display when one of the best meteor showers of the year bursts into the skies over England.
Splashing fun set to open in Wisbech early next week
Ambitious plans submitted this week could finally see a waterfront parcel of land in Wisbech developed including the building of a new care home.
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.