A couple from Wisbech have been shortlisted for their fundraising for the Macular Society in the sight loss charity’s national awards.
A long awaited scheme to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety at Norwood Road Bridge in March started on Monday (July 23).
Police have named a 10-year-old boy who sadly died in a collision in Weasenham Lane, Wisbech.
A March town councillor has hit out at the lack of public debate following a decision to permanently close the toilets in City Road car park.
Wisbech played host to visitors from across the Channel for a five-day visit that included the annual Arles Festival in the Market Place.
All the fun of the big top came to Wimblington at the weekend for the fifth annual village fun day.
Crowds turned out in their thousands for the 2018 Parson Drove Custom and Classic, Car, Bike and Trike Show at the weekend.
It's been well over 30 years in the making but this was a momentous week for sports fans in March as work got under-way on a new £500,000 pavilion.
A boy has died following a collision in Wisbech this morning (Monday).
Thousands of people packed Manea Playing Field on Saturday for the hugely successful and sunny annual gala.
Wisbech was among dozens of places across the country to hold a protest against visiting American President Donald Trump on Friday.
Wisbech student Edward Tranter is a trailblazer as he prepares to study at an American university after completing his A-levels.
Volunteers across Wisbech have been busy preparing for this year’s Anglia in Bloom judging - and all their hardwork has been captured on camera.
Four important rural bus services, including one relied upon by students to get to school, have been saved by Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer.
Children from a local school were involved in a dinosaur hunt on Thursday when the Skylark Garden Centre launched this year's maize maze attraction.
Delegation from East Anglia met Chancellor Philip Hammond to press the case for significant investment in time for the autumn budget.
Thomas Clarkson Academy has won a national education award after forging links with Wisbech’s homeless shelter.
Today we are asking the people of Fenland to dig deep to help make dreams of a sensory garden a reality for a local disabled boy.
A national newspaper claims Cambs police abandoned an investigation into a suspected paedophile because of lack of “time and resources to pursue it”.
A petition has been launched to pressurise the government into better funding the county's schools.