Households are urged to be vigilant this summer after it emerged more than one-in-six adults across the UK has been impacted by rogue traders.
As schools break for summer the RSPB invites families to enjoy their free summer Wild Challenge activities.
Stansted Express customers should check before they make their August holiday plans as there will be no direct airport trains for two weekends.
A free community barbecue held to raise awareness of plans for a new church in Wisbech has been hailed a success by organisers.
Police were suspicious about a driver who had stopped her pink Fiat in the middle of a busy road with several lanes.
A landmark Grade II listed building is to be given a new lease of life if owners can gain planning permission to convert it into four homes.
A rare Tudor manuscript designed to help with swan-keeping in the era when mute swans were owned by the English crown is set to go under the hammer.
Youngsters enjoyed four hours of free fun at the National Play Day event held at the Spinney Adventure Playground in Wisbech.
Patient services for people living in Wisbech and surrounding areas have been rated ‘outstanding.
A team led by Addenbrooke's is on track to eliminate the deadly virus hepatitis C from the East of England by 2025, with targets reached in Wisbech.
When pupils return to a Fenland school next month, they will be aiming at a huge target when it comes to the number of steps racked-up in a month.
Users of a popular bus service are preparing to protest against its loss at a meeting of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority Board.
Villagers will soon be able to enjoy better phone signal thanks to plans to instal a new mast.
Businesses across the construction industry are set to ‘go yellow’ this September in memory and celebration of a Wimblington woman.
A man who glassed another man in the head after a fight at a pub during a Halloween party has been jailed.
A man who assaulted his own brother with a metal pole while shouting, “I’m going to kill you”, has been jailed.
A community art project has helped transform the temporary hoardings that protect the derelict site at 24 High Street in Wisbech.
Staff at Hickathrift House Care Home in Marshland St James organised a community bingo night to raise money for outings, entertainment and events.
Leading rural insurer NFU Mutual reveals that rural crime cost Cambridgeshire an estimated £940,000 in 2021, a fall of 54% from the previous year.
People of all ages took part in helping to create a large scale public art work as part of a workshop in March at the weekend.