It started with a run, saw a flypast and ended with a boogie.
Incredibly the driver walked away with just minor injuries.
Fenland Council has successfully secured extra government funding aimed at supporting local areas facing pressures linked to recent migration.
A dad who has not been in the classroom for over three decades has been named in the top three engineering students of the year
As the academic year comes to an end pupils at one Fenland school are coming to the end of an initiative aimed at motivating and encouraging them.
Residents in a care home can soon look forward to film nights thanks to a gang of five intrepid volunteers who are planning to jump out of a plane.
Over the past two terms, Wisbech Grammar School's 6th Form Charity Committee has raised cash for the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre's new garden.
In 2017-18, councils in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough spent £8.7 million on substance abuse services - down eight per cent since 2013-14.
Bookmaker William Hill, which has two shops in Wisbech, has said it plans to close about 700 betting shops, which could lead to 4,500 job losses.
The 28 new recruits will be posted across Cambridgeshire.
The allegations involved the misuse of police computers and he was warned by supervisors not to access data.
He first played tennis at the club age five and has been a member ever since.
A Fenland family are backing calls to re-instate free IVF treatment on the NHS.
Wisbech Reads is in its fourth year and has 17 schools taking part this year.
Statement in support of the application says it will enhance town's conservation area.
Teams of students compete against each other, as well as celebrating all the department's successes throughout the year.
Hundreds of primary school children have learnt vital safety skills as part of a series of interactive workshops held at Wisbech Fire Station.
A new homeless support hub to help rough sleepers get off the streets has opened its doors in Fenland.
Move will protect jobs and deliver 10 per cent annual return on investment.
Witnesses to fire in Wisbech are asked to call police on 111.