Fundraising couple Mark and Kim Cross have handed over £10,360 raised at this year's annual darts fund day.
Cambridgeshire was ranked fifth in terms of the cost of rural crime in 2018.
Legal action aims to stop persistent criminality and anti-social behaviour at historic property.
Despite a deluge of rain crowds still turned out for the official unveiling of the new Wisbech to Upwell Tram Memorial.
Pupils have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument for less than £2 a week through a new programme that's ‘transforming’ music education.
People with low or no vision in Fenland are able to enjoy cycle rides through Cam Sight’s tandem bike scheme based in March.
Town council describes conversion plans as poorly designed and says the look like a 'slum development'.
Slimmers from Wisbech are stepping out for charity this August to celebrate losing weight and getting more active.
Figures show reports in Cambridgeshire about puppy farms have soared by 622 per cent in the last decade.
Around 350 teenagers including March, Chatteris, and Wisbech have been enjoying a week of adventure with the Army Cadet Force.
Three brick work students from the College of West Anglia in Wisbech enjoyed some hands on experience at a Fenland care.
Cousins thought nothing of going into the shops armed with weapons, terrifying staff in the process.
"We have already arrested three individuals in connection with these offences, but we believe there is a bigger group who is behind this series.”
Work to the historic Phoenix Hotel in Wisbech means the pavement is closed and parking suspended.
A man from March is due in court today (Wednesday) in connection with offences in March over the last week.
Trevor Wright a volunteer for the British Divers Marine Life Rescue is taking part in Prudential RideLondon this weekend (August 3/4).
A life-long fascination with planes, especially fighter jets, has inspired one Fenland grandmother to create her own memorial to the D-Day landings.
A Wisbech doctors' surgery has re-opened this morning following a fire which saw it closed yesterday (Monday).
The 73rd annual Doddington Village Show was a blooming success with people of all ages taking part.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority has failed to stop governance of the fire and rescue service going to the police commissioner.