Chatteris people turned out in their hundreds on Sunday for the annual Remembrance Day commemoration.
The people of Wisbech came together on Sunday for the annual Remembrance Day commemoration and to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1.
People gathered across Fenland today for the annual Remembrance Sunday commemoration and to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1.
Universal Credit issues are driving an increase in the number of emergency parcels handed out at food banks in Cambridgeshire, a charity has claimed.
The aromatic smell of coffee will be filtering through people’s noses with the launch of a new March café, run by adults with learning disabilities.
Ambitious plans to transform Wisbech into a ‘climate change resilient town’ took a step forward after being submitted for a share of Government cash.
Wisbech Councillor Simon King has been suspended from Fenland's ruling Conservative group.
Councillor who chairs Fenland’s conduct committee found herself on the other side of the table after she was reported for her own behaviour.
Saturday night went with a whizz and a bang in Wisbech St Mary when the village school held its 40th anniversary fireworks display.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a serious road traffic collision in Outwell over the weekend.
Rare bones believed to be up to 250,000 years old have been uncovered at a site in Cambridgeshire.
An organised crime gang committed more than 200 burglaries, costing victims more than £2 million pounds, in an 11-month crime spree.
Chatteris champion boxer Jordan Gill has given his seal of approval to a local butchers after popping in for some award winning sausages.
Twenty-eight homes are set to be built in a Fenland village after planning permission was granted despite local opposition.
Bring back Roger – that’s the plea of traders across Wisbech town centre concerned at the rising levels of anti-social behaviour and vandalism.
It may not have been "duck ponds, Mayfair mansions or even simply lining is pocket" but Simon King did breach Fenland Council's code of conduct.
At last! That was the conclusion of ardent campaigner Alan Lay who has spent the past three years battling to get action on Japanese Knotweed.
The lost library at Peckover House is set to be restored and items from its collection will return to Wisbech for the first time in half a century
For years Sarah Doyle told herself it was OK to be fat but deep down she knew she needed to take action.
A family are hoping to boost a fundraising effort to help a young girl be mobile with their Halloween scary home.