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.
It happened 80 years ago this week and was described by Winston Churchill as the “worst disaster in British history”.
Out of 66 drivers arrested in December as part of the annual crackdown on drink drivers, so far 36 have been sentenced and lost their licences.
The Fenland community is rallying round to help the family of a dying man make as many memories as possible for his three young children.
Four police officers were injured and two police cars damaged after a stolen car rammed them.
Fenland residents are being invited to reduce their energy costs and boost renewable generation through a group-buying solar panel scheme.
A man who put the lives of other motorists at risk during a desperate attempt to evade police has been jailed.
A Wisbech motorcycle “addict” who crashed into a car while disqualified and riding carelessly has been given a suspended prison sentence.
Pupils at a Fenland village school celebrated the opening of the Winter Olympics with some fun of their own.
A man has been arrested following an alleged domestic incident at a house in Doddington earlier today (Thursday).
Story time combined with party time at Wisbech Library on Wednesday for families who have been part of a national pilot scheme.
MP Steve Barclay has revealed he was out with his son when the call came from Prime Minister Boris Johnson offering him a new Government role.
A newly married couple are starting life as husband and husband by lacing up their running shoes and training for the London marathon for charity.
People in Fenland are being asked to help the county's police force understand what makes them feel unsafe in public spaces.
A Fenland school has been accredited with a national award after its pupils wrote a song in honour of a local slavery abolitionist.
Landlords are being reminded to ensure their rented properties comply with changes to electrical safety standards – or face a fine of up to £30,000.
An animal lover has praised the RSPCA’s apprenticeship programme which kick-started his career and gave him his much-loved dog Sonny.
A multi-gold medal winning athlete told students at a Wisbech school how hard work and dedication could be the key to their future success.
Occupants of a car spotted being driven suspiciously in Wisbech are facing action after drawing police attention.