Uniformed services students from the College of West Anglia’s Wisbech campus visited Huntingdon police HQ to help raise awareness of modern slavery.
Wisbech Tourist Information Centre has a new home and is looking for more volunteers to help extend its opening hours.
Business leaders fear a Fenland town won’t recover from the proposed closure of its last remaining bank, claiming a massive impact on traders.
Friends and family of a disabled Chatteris man are aiming to raise around £6,000 to enable him to enjoy his garden.
One of Fenland’s oldest residents, Doris Bateman, is celebrating her 105th birthday today (Tuesday) with a cake and a card from the Queen.
Don’t forget this week sees a change in the way you can get a FREE copy of your favourite local paper, the Fenland Citizen.
Cats Protection is offering a special deal on cat neutering and microchipping in March and Wisbech, for £5 your cat can be both snipped and chipped!
Registration is now open for those wanting to join an unusual charity event in Wisbech aimed at helping victims of domestic abuse.
A father-of-two whose daughter survived a rare and aggressive childhood cancer is gearing up for the London Marathon to help others with the disease.
It is full steam ahead for the future of community rail in Fenland after a partnership was officially relaunched with a new logo and brand identity.
Volunteers with Wisbech-based 50 Backpacks charity will swap the comfort of their beds next weekend (23) to sleep rough on the town's Market Place.
Gun offences in Cambridgeshire are at the highest level for more than 10 years, police figures show.
A Fenland councillor has strongly objected to plans for 80 social housing homes in Gaul Road in March claiming the site would act as a "ransom strip".
Fenland Council's chief executive Paul Medd earns almost as much as Prime Minister Theresa May according to a new report set to go before councillors.
A volunteer community group is celebrating after securing thousands of pounds to help them create a new floral project in March.
A dinner, a charity cricket match and a special memorial plaque are all part of celebrations to mark the 100th reunion of the Neale-Wade Association.
A series of free term-time sports and activity sessions aimed at getting Fenland’s families more active together have been launched.
An “outrageous” lack of transparency at the combined authority has been slammed as they look to cut almost a quarter of their staffing budget.
Hospital admissions for conditions directly caused by alcohol abuse are rising in Cambridgeshire, new Public Health England figures show.
A Wisbech engineering firm started 30 years ago with four employees has given the town a major vote of confidence with plans for a £6m investment.