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UPDATED: Merger of two Fenland doctors' surgeries could bring better services

03 June 2019
UPDATED: Merger of two Fenland doctors' surgeries could bring better services

UPDATED: Merger of two Fenland doctors' surgeries could bring better services

03 June 2019

Two Fenland GP surgeries are merging with a group of other practices in Peterborough and Huntingdon in a bid to beat recruitment and finance issues.


Police take action against motorists including a drink driver who was allegedly four times over the limit

03 June 2019
Police take action against motorists including a drink driver who was allegedly four times over the limit

Police take action against motorists including a drink driver who was allegedly four times over the limit

03 June 2019

Fenland drivers felt the full force of the law at the weekend with two vehicles seized and another motorist caught drink driving.


County council wins ‘Bikeability Grant Recipient of the Year’ Award

02 June 2019
County council wins ‘Bikeability Grant Recipient of the Year’ Award

County council wins ‘Bikeability Grant Recipient of the Year’ Award

02 June 2019

Cambridgeshire County Council has won the award for ‘Bikeability Grant Recipient of the Year’ after being nominated by training provider Outspoken.


Day of action aims to beat the criminals

02 June 2019
Day of action aims to beat the criminals

Day of action aims to beat the criminals

02 June 2019

Hundreds of people took part in a crime prevention day aimed at combatting theft in the county.


'Stopping cardiovascular disease remains a major challenge'

02 June 2019
'Stopping cardiovascular disease remains a major challenge'

'Stopping cardiovascular disease remains a major challenge'

02 June 2019

Hundreds of under-75s have died from stroke and heart disease in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough in recent years, new figures show.


'There were six social and affordable rentals in Fenland in 2018 for every 100 people'

01 June 2019
'There were six social and affordable rentals in Fenland in 2018 for every 100 people'

'There were six social and affordable rentals in Fenland in 2018 for every 100 people'

01 June 2019

One in eight properties in Fenland are affordable rental homes, figures show.


Iconic Spitfire and Hurricane expected to make an appearance over church's annual flower festival

01 June 2019
Iconic Spitfire and Hurricane expected to make an appearance over church's annual flower festival

Iconic Spitfire and Hurricane expected to make an appearance over church's annual flower festival

01 June 2019

If you are in the Walpole St Peter's area this afternoon (Saturday) be sure to keep your eyes on the skies as there will be a special flypast.


Rate of obese hospital patients down in Cambridgeshire

01 June 2019
Rate of obese hospital patients down in Cambridgeshire

Rate of obese hospital patients down in Cambridgeshire

01 June 2019

The rate of people admitted to hospital due to obesity has fallen over 12 months, according to the NHS including in this county.


Tapestry gift to local society comes all the way from Greece

31 May 2019
Tapestry gift to local society comes all the way from Greece

Tapestry gift to local society comes all the way from Greece

31 May 2019

Fenland Branch of the Royal Society of St George has been given a tapestry made over 70 years ago and depicting the saint slaying the dragon.


Stalker threatened to slit ex-girlfriend’s throat

31 May 2019
Stalker threatened to slit ex-girlfriend’s throat

Stalker threatened to slit ex-girlfriend’s throat

31 May 2019

A man who stalked and terrorised his ex-girlfriend, threatening to kill her, has been jailed for more than two years.


Schoolboy Kobi is shaving his head for two charities

31 May 2019
Schoolboy Kobi is shaving his head for two charities

Schoolboy Kobi is shaving his head for two charities

31 May 2019

March schoolboy Kobi Shafer will be shedding his long locks for charity later this summer is looking for sponsorship.


Police Commissioner commends Armed Policing Museum as a ‘gem’ of the Fens

31 May 2019
Police Commissioner commends Armed Policing Museum as a ‘gem’ of the Fens

Police Commissioner commends Armed Policing Museum as a ‘gem’ of the Fens

31 May 2019

Police Commissioner Jason Ablewhite visited the Armed Policing Museum in Chatteris to find out more about the great work going on at the museum.


Man invented ‘dying grandfather’ in bid to dodge justice

31 May 2019
Man invented ‘dying grandfather’ in bid to dodge justice

Man invented ‘dying grandfather’ in bid to dodge justice

31 May 2019

A criminal who lied about visiting his ‘dying grandfather’ to flee the country mid-trial has been jailed for more than three years.


'What more can be done to improve their response to this terrible crime?'

31 May 2019
'What more can be done to improve their response to this terrible crime?'

'What more can be done to improve their response to this terrible crime?'

31 May 2019

Cambridgeshire Constabulary Police has recorded dozens of cases of modern slavery in recent years, figures reveal.


Police want help finding driver who ran off after A47 crash

30 May 2019
Police want help finding driver who ran off after A47 crash

Police want help finding driver who ran off after A47 crash

30 May 2019

Police are appealing for help to find the driver of a car involved in a serious collision on the A47 close to the A1101 junction, Wisbech yesterday.


'The times they are a changin' at local registry offices

30 May 2019
'The times they are a changin' at local registry offices

'The times they are a changin' at local registry offices

30 May 2019

Changes to opening hours for customer appointments at March and Wisbech Registration Offices will be in place from Monday (3).


Man jailed after RSPCA find pigs lying dead and emaciated

30 May 2019
Man jailed after RSPCA find pigs lying dead and emaciated

Man jailed after RSPCA find pigs lying dead and emaciated

30 May 2019

A man has been jailed following a prosecution by the RSPCA relating to dead and dying pigs in Chatteris.


Drop in visitors and cash constraints blamed for cut to number of RSPB hides at local beauty spot

30 May 2019
Drop in visitors and cash constraints blamed for cut to number of RSPB hides at local beauty spot

Drop in visitors and cash constraints blamed for cut to number of RSPB hides at local beauty spot

30 May 2019

The number of bird watching hides along the Middle Level barrier bank at Welches Dam in Manea is to be cut.


Plans to encourage county's workers to enjoy a plastic free lunch

30 May 2019
Plans to encourage county's workers to enjoy a plastic free lunch

Plans to encourage county's workers to enjoy a plastic free lunch

30 May 2019

A list of lunch options across Cambridgeshire free from single-use plastics will be available in September as part of plans to reduce plastic waste.


Organisers are hoping for a big turn-out from town residents keen to learn more of what is planned for Wisbech

30 May 2019
Organisers are hoping for a big turn-out from town residents keen to learn more of what is planned for Wisbech

Organisers are hoping for a big turn-out from town residents keen to learn more of what is planned for Wisbech

30 May 2019

More than 1,000 took part in survey on Wisbech – now residents can hear the results and learn how they will be used to develop services and project.


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