Snowballs, curling and Nordic walking are just some of the events enjoyed by residents at a Fenland care home as they hold their own Winter Olympics.
Drivers are being warned to avoid a Fenland road after a fallen tree has brought down a power line.
Residents in Fenland are starting to feel the full force of Storm Eunice as she batters the district with winds of gusting up to 60mph.
The shutters will come down for the last time on a pioneering Fenland supermarket early next month.
Horticultural students from Meadowgate Academy held a planting ceremony for one of 6,000 Japanese cherry blossom trees gifted to the UK from Japan.
Residents living on a riverside road have flagged up issues including fears that constant traffic could be adding to problems with collapsing banks.
Visitors to a nature reserve have been having a splashing time over the half term week as they competed in the annual puddle jumping championships.
Community groups and businesses in Chatteris have received recognition for their dedication from the High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire.
Police searching for a missing March man have found a body.
A main town road has been closed by police this evening as a result of damage caused by the escalating wind.
A local councillor has branded an NHS service as 'hopeless and terrible' amid dozens of complaints from disgruntled patients.
Users of a much-loved community bus service have a chance to convince Cambridgeshire Mayor Dr Nik Johnson to help save it.
Drivers are being warned to drive carefully on a busy town road this morning.
The Old Bailey trial of the man accused of killing schoolboy Rikki Neave have heard from a string of witnesses who described his behaviour as a youth.
Fenland has yet to see any Levelling Up cash even though nearly half the Government’s £4.8billion funding pot has already been spent.
Residents are being urged to be vigilant following recent burglaries in Wisbech.
A drink driver who made the “wrong decision” when he got behind the wheel of his car has been banned from driving for nearly two years.
A holiday voucher scheme which gives families a helping hand is due to be extended by 12 months it has been announced.
The fundraising efforts of two sisters, who are off to the international scouting festival,has got off to a flying start thanks to a coffee morning.
This week the Vaccinators are embarking on a special half-term tour with several pop-up clinics open to anyone aged 12+ including in Chatteris.