“If you’re pregnant, no matter how many weeks, you’re eligible for a free flu vaccine”.
There are five fly-tipping incidents every day on average in Fenland, figures show costing the council over £88,000 a year.
Young sweethearts Rebecca and Lee Millard are hoping the people of Fenland will rally to help them achieve their dream of having a family.
There were 214 referrals for child abuse to police and local authorities in Cambridgeshire in the past 12 months according to the NSPCC.
Wisbech Town Council has agreed to double its grant funding to the town's award-winning In Bloom team.
On Friday local MP Steve Barclay took a major step up in the Government to become the country’s third Brexit Secretary.
Work to help maintain historic buildings in Wisbech High Street gets under-way this week when the second annual Gutter Clean event is held.
"We are in this together" is the message Cambridgeshire County Council leader Steve Count is keen to give to staff at the local authority.
A village sports and social club has unveiled exciting plans which could see a new £100,000 multi-use games area created for community use.
Ambitious plans to create a community farm in Fenland offering therapeutic support for children, young people and adults have taken a step forward
Local MP Steve Barclay has been named as the new Brexit Secretary this afternoon (Friday).
A business owner is to meet with police to discuss what action can be taken to deal with people urinating and defecating in her shop’s car park.
A distraught cat owner has issued a heartfelt plea for help in finding her seven pets after they were stolen in two raids in three weeks.
Chatteris is set to become home to a national museum early in the new year which aims to inspire youngsters and help fight knife crime.
Walsoken man Terry Warby took part in a half-marathon swim at the London Aquatic Centre the home of the 2012 Olympic swimming events.
Wisbech school pupils paid tribute to fallen heroes during a touching First World War centenary commemoration at the town's General Cemetery.
Chatteris residents can have their say on plans to extend the Cromwell Community College to provide a new primary school and pre-school facilities.
From this week, readers in the Chatteris area will find it easier to get hold of your favourite newspaper, the Fenland Citizen.
A March school which has recently been joined by a new headteacher, is ‘securing swift improvements’ according to its latest Ofsted report.
The Brooke Weston Trust announced today (Monday) it has submitted an application to the Department for Education to open a new school in Wisbech.