Yesterday's (Sunday) sunshine brought the biggest ever crowds to a local railway attraction with hundreds turning out.
A date has been set for the upcoming Chatteris Parish Poll, called for by residents at the annual town meeting.
Tea, cake and trains were all part of an open day organised by the Friends of March Railway Station.
Tractors of all colours - red, yellow, blue, green and black - all took to Fenland's roads on Sunday for a charity run in aid of Magpas air ambulance.
The RSPB remind the public that most baby birds found on the ground, don’t need rescuing – it’s part of the natural fledging process.
As part of its drive to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2030, Anglian Water is expanding its electric vehicle fleet.
Marshland High School U16 and U14 Pink Ladies teams are undefeated this year but are now facing a new challenge as they gear up for a charity run.
Around 50 tractors will be running through Fenland this morning (Sunday) starting at around 10.30am from Wimblington.
A scheme that helped a TV personality to learn to read at the age of 51 is up and running in Fenland and is looking for wannabe readers.
Wisbech-based Victoria Lodge Day Services is looking for volunteers and donations to help them improve their garden.
A keen horse rider and her mum have shed the pounds together after joining Slimming World in March.
Healthwatch in Cambridgeshire’s chair, Stewart Francis, has issued a personal invitation to local people to attend the group’s health and care summit.
A Fenland village road will be closed for a number of weeks this summer as the base for a new temporary flood barrier is installed.
A visit to Wisbech this week by the Princess Royal included the presentation of long service awards to volunteers at Citizens Advice Rural Cambs.
Members of the Royal Society of St George Fenland Branch and Wisbech Sea Cadets celebrated St George's Day with a trip to the Cenotaph in London.
Rose Lodge Care Home in Wisbech marked the anniversary of Victory in Europe Day in style by throwing a 1940s afternoon tea party to remember.
More than a third of adults in Fenland are considered “physically inactive”, a new study has warned.
A Fenland garden centre is set to improve its services to customers with the addition of a new café and indoor retail area.
A popular caterer has been presented with an award for her ‘phenomenal work’ in looking after students and staff at a Wisbech school.
Prizes from the National Trust and Nene Park Trust are up for grabs in a competition to celebrate parks in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.