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Boots Bridge at Manea will open this evening - but it will be after rush hour

24 May 2019
Boots Bridge at Manea will open this evening - but it will be after rush hour

Boots Bridge at Manea will open this evening - but it will be after rush hour

24 May 2019

At last Manea villagers will be celebrating later this evening when Boots Bridge finally re-opens - but it won't be open at peak home time.


Son saves mum from abusive ex-partner

24 May 2019
Son saves mum from abusive ex-partner

Son saves mum from abusive ex-partner

24 May 2019

Officers have praised a man who saved his Mum during a vicious attack by her ex-partner.


Surprise delivery prompts massive thanks from Wisbech family

24 May 2019
Surprise delivery prompts massive thanks from Wisbech family

Surprise delivery prompts massive thanks from Wisbech family

24 May 2019

Mum who had baby in a Wisbech store's toilets didn't even know she was pregnant.


Linda becomes new Mayor of Chatteris

24 May 2019
Linda becomes new Mayor of Chatteris

Linda becomes new Mayor of Chatteris

24 May 2019

Long serving town councillor Linda Ashley was unanimously elected as the new mayor of Chatteris at the recent annual council meeting.


National recognition for Chatteris man who managed school construction

24 May 2019
National recognition for Chatteris man who managed school construction

National recognition for Chatteris man who managed school construction

24 May 2019

A Chatteris man who spearheaded a project to build a new school in Littleport has won national recognition.


Homes plan is recommended for approval despite objections from local residents

23 May 2019
Homes plan is recommended for approval despite objections from local residents

Homes plan is recommended for approval despite objections from local residents

23 May 2019

Plans for affordable homes to be built on the site of a former March care home look set for approval despite a raft of local opposition.


'Events like this are a great way to capture everyone’s imagination' says headteacher

23 May 2019
'Events like this are a great way to capture everyone’s imagination' says headteacher

'Events like this are a great way to capture everyone’s imagination' says headteacher

23 May 2019

Pupils at All Saints Academy walked through the ages with time traveller and storyteller Baskerville Oldface as part of National Walk to School Week.


Fundraising duo organise indoor cycling event and raise £3,500 to Magpas Air Ambulance

23 May 2019
Fundraising duo organise indoor cycling event and raise £3,500 to Magpas Air Ambulance

Fundraising duo organise indoor cycling event and raise £3,500 to Magpas Air Ambulance

23 May 2019

Two days of pedal power helped to raise cash for Magpas Air Ambulance at March leisure centre.


Climbing centre looks for permission to move into a former cold store warehouse in Wisbech

23 May 2019
Climbing centre looks for permission to move into a former cold store warehouse in Wisbech

Climbing centre looks for permission to move into a former cold store warehouse in Wisbech

23 May 2019

A West Norfolk climbing centre is hoping it has ound a new home after planning permission was granted to a housing scheme on its current site.


Policer officer arrested and suspended over allegations involving indecent images of children

23 May 2019
Policer officer arrested and suspended over allegations involving indecent images of children

Policer officer arrested and suspended over allegations involving indecent images of children

23 May 2019

A March police officer has been suspended after they were arrested on suspicion of making/distributing/possessing indecent images of children.


Club appeals for return of 'beloved cast iron roller' stolen from a Fenland village

23 May 2019
Club appeals for return of 'beloved cast iron roller' stolen from a Fenland village

Club appeals for return of 'beloved cast iron roller' stolen from a Fenland village

23 May 2019

A model flying club has been left 'flabbergasted' after thieves made off with their agricultural cast iron roller.


Campaign to save town swimming pool gathers momentum with support from MP Steve Barclay

23 May 2019
Campaign to save town swimming pool gathers momentum with support from MP Steve Barclay

Campaign to save town swimming pool gathers momentum with support from MP Steve Barclay

23 May 2019

The campaign to save the Empress Swimming Pool for the people of Chatteris is gathers momentum with a Gofundme page and support from the local MP.


'Transport is something that effects everyone, so the public's input on this will be important'

23 May 2019
'Transport is something that effects everyone, so the public's input on this will be important'

'Transport is something that effects everyone, so the public's input on this will be important'

23 May 2019

The public is set to have a say in shaping a strategy to tackle transport issues and support growth in Cambridgeshire over the next 30 years.


Study shows workers in our area are earning less than a living wage

23 May 2019
Study shows workers in our area are earning less than a living wage

Study shows workers in our area are earning less than a living wage

23 May 2019

Nearly 11,000 Fenland workers were earning less than a real living wage of £9 per hour in the year to April 2018 according to new data.


Long Sutton mum is helping people living with Type 1 diabetes

22 May 2019
Long Sutton mum is helping people living with Type 1 diabetes

Long Sutton mum is helping people living with Type 1 diabetes

22 May 2019

A mum who developed Type 1 diabetes completely out of the blue has launched peer support groups to help others living with the condition.


Help Ralf get his bike back and you could earn a £200 reward

22 May 2019
Help Ralf get his bike back and you could earn a £200 reward

Help Ralf get his bike back and you could earn a £200 reward

22 May 2019

A Wisbech motorbike company is offering a £200 reward after a bike belonging to its young apprentice was stolen.


Farm fire sees five crews called to tackle it with firefighters on site for over 10 hours

22 May 2019
Farm fire sees five crews called to tackle it with firefighters on site for over 10 hours

Farm fire sees five crews called to tackle it with firefighters on site for over 10 hours

22 May 2019

Arsonists have been blamed for a farm blaze which saw five fire crews called to tackle it.


Area's criminals are locked into a 'merry-go-round' of reoffending

22 May 2019
Area's criminals are locked into a 'merry-go-round' of reoffending

Area's criminals are locked into a 'merry-go-round' of reoffending

22 May 2019

Hundreds of crimes were committed by previous offenders in Fenland last year, figures show.


Old school set for yet another change of use

22 May 2019
Old school set for yet another change of use

Old school set for yet another change of use

22 May 2019

A former Fenland school looks set to have a third re-incarnation if plans to convert it into flats gets the go-ahead.


They're back - rare hand-reared birds return to Welney

22 May 2019
They're back - rare hand-reared birds return to Welney

They're back - rare hand-reared birds return to Welney

22 May 2019

Miracle black-tailed godwits hand-reared at WWT Welney after their eggs were freed from muddy farmland have flown thousands of miles home for summer.


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