More than £1m of investment will be pumped into Fenland’s leisure centres when Freedom Leisure takes over their management and operation in December.
Since 2010 the number of hairdressers, barbers and nail bars in Fenland has risen from 35 to 60 – that’s an increase of 71 per cent.
A chance to gain valuable experience as a winter volunteer is being offered at a Wisbech museum dedicated to the town’s most famous daughter.
A Fenland scout leader will be flying high and taking the plunge for charity this weekend.
Drivers are facing a 50 mile diversion following a crash on the A47 between Wisbech and Guyhirn last night (Monday) which has closed the road.
They haven't even started running Fenland's leisure centres but already the firm appointed to run them has given Wisbech Indoor Bowls Club the boot.
Fenland District Council has agreed a stay of execution on the introduction of charges for the disposal of clinical waste including diabetic needles.
The Tansy beetle was thought to exist at just two sites in the UK, but has now been found for the first time in Norfolk, at the Welney Wetland Centre.
GP surgeries in Wisbech have announced they will be offering extended opening hours to patients.
The former owner of a March shop has been fined more than £2,500 for selling illegal and unsafe tobacco.
Hundreds of diabetics in Cambridgeshire have undergone "devastating" foot, toe and limb amputations in the last three years, shocking figures reveal.
The number of children arrested in Cambridgeshire has dropped by more than three quarters over the last seven years.
Saturday (15) will mark the end of an era as the Horsefair Shopping Centre says farewell to axed security guard Roger Vanhinsbergh.
A parish council is calling for the toughest penalties to be imposed on those responsible for a "vile and sickening" act of vandalism.
Wisbech is celebrating after scooping a clutch of awards at this year's Anglia in Bloom including winner of the overall Anglia in Bloom Trophy.
Chattteris is set to be the centre of the food retailing world when Tesco unveils its new-format store, said to be Jack's - in the town next week.
Increased demand for services this year has seen Cambridgeshire Council’s current budget gap leap to £5.2 million.
Cheers filled Fenland Hall this afternoon as 'people power' and a 'bit of common sense' saw controversial plans to build 95 homes in March rejected.
Computer charges in libraries have been criticised as a “false economy” bringing in only £16,000 in a year while user numbers have plummeted.
Wisbech enjoyed a day in the Royal spotlight on Friday with a visit of the Duke of Gloucester.