A new special school for pupils with social, emotional, and mental health needs is planned for Wisbech and people are being asked to have their say.
High-achieving pupils at Wisbech Grammar School have been celebrating their GCSE results this morning.
Students at Neale-Wade Academy in March are celebrating the success of their much-anticipated GCSE results today.
Staff and students at Marshland High School were celebrating this morning as this year’s GCSE results were revealed.
There were whoops of joy from students at the Cromwell Community College when they arrived on Thursday to receive their GCSE results.
Students at Thomas Clarkson Academy have lots to celebrate after receiving another set of fantastic GCSE results.
A member of the Combined Authority's Business Board has carried out a fact finding mission to a leading Fenland firm.
A popular Fenland club is looking for a new home after being forced to vacate the building they have called home for the past 16 years.
Music has definitely been the food of love for one Fenland couple who are celebrating their Diamond Wedding anniversary today (Wednesday).
It's been a year like no other but students across Fenland still managed to deliver the results they needed when it came to today's A-level results.
Pupils at Wisbech Grammar School continue to excel in a remarkable display of resilience as A-Level results surpass expectations.
Students at Neale-Wade Academy have been congratulated after receiving a strong set of A-level results.
Students and staff at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris are celebrating the success of A-Level results day.
Students at Thomas Clarkson Academy are celebrating receiving another set of fabulous A-Level results.
A-level students in Chatteris are being invited to join a treasure hunt organised by a local supermarket.
The busy stretch of the A47 between Guyhirn and Wisbech has just reopened following an earlier crash.
Drivers are being warned to avoid the A47 at Guyhirn this afternoon following a seven vehicle crash.
Campaigners fighting a planned 54megawatt incinerator in Wisbech are urging residents to put pen to paper and object before the deadline this Friday.
Fenland police who been asking for help to identify the riders of nuisance motorbikes in Wisbech and the surrounding area have had footage sent them.
About two dozen walkers joined in a fundraising walk on Sunday to help raise awareness of domestic violence.