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Home working and school closures could be on the way as Coronavirus crisis looms

Home working and school closures could be on the way as Coronavirus crisis looms

Home working and school closures could be on the way as Coronavirus crisis looms

12 March 2020

Home working, school closures and event cancellations could be on the horizon as the government steps up its coronavirus response.


Fundraising party plan to welcome home intrepid Wisbech charity cyclists pedalling for three brothers

Fundraising party plan to welcome home intrepid Wisbech charity cyclists pedalling for three brothers

Fundraising party plan to welcome home intrepid Wisbech charity cyclists pedalling for three brothers

10 March 2020

Nine friends and family members are busy training for a gruelling three-day cycling challenge from Amsterdam to Wisbech later this spring.


Raising awareness of Raynaud's

Raising awareness of Raynaud's

Raising awareness of Raynaud's

07 March 2020

Raynaud's is a common condition ... if you often have cold hands or feet could it be affecting you?


Peterborough breastfeeding support to extend reach across Fenland

Peterborough breastfeeding support to extend reach across Fenland

Peterborough breastfeeding support to extend reach across Fenland

05 March 2020

A scheme which offers support to local mothers who want to breastfeed has been funded for another two years and extended across the Fens.


Isolation pods installed at Fenland hospitals in wake of coronavirus outbreak

Isolation pods installed at Fenland hospitals in wake of coronavirus outbreak

Isolation pods installed at Fenland hospitals in wake of coronavirus outbreak

03 March 2020

Fenland's two hospitals now have specialist pods in response to the coronavirus.


Fenland District Council issues temporary shellfish harvesting ban

Fenland District Council issues temporary shellfish harvesting ban

Fenland District Council issues temporary shellfish harvesting ban

27 February 2020

Fenland Council has temporarily prohibited the commercial harvesting of shellfish near the mouth of the River Nene due to high bacteria levels.


School to open again tomorrow

School to open again tomorrow

School to open again tomorrow

26 February 2020

A village school closed amid coronavirus fears will reopen on Thursday.


School closed over Coronavirus fears

School closed over Coronavirus fears

School closed over Coronavirus fears

25 February 2020

A school has closed as a precautionary measure over Coronavirus fears.


Wisbech footballer is helping to beat kidney disease - the silent killer

Wisbech footballer is helping to beat kidney disease - the silent killer

Wisbech footballer is helping to beat kidney disease - the silent killer

24 February 2020

A Fenland footballer who has had a life-saving transplant, is running a half marathon to raise funds to help beat kidney disease, a silent killer.


'Why have they formed another group?'

'Why have they formed another group?'

'Why have they formed another group?'

23 February 2020

A reader has questioned why the town council has formed a group against the incinerator when councillors are already on another.


'Not near our school'

'Not near our school'

'Not near our school'

23 February 2020

A reader has hit out at plans to build an incinerator near a secondary school.


Benwick family need your help while baby son undergoes life-saving bone marrow transplant

Benwick family need your help while baby son undergoes life-saving bone marrow transplant

Benwick family need your help while baby son undergoes life-saving bone marrow transplant

19 February 2020

Fenland family is asking people to lace-up their walking boots and join them for a fundraising walk next month.


Game invented by Chatteris-based counsellor aims at helping young people's mental well-being

Game invented by Chatteris-based counsellor aims at helping young people's mental well-being

Game invented by Chatteris-based counsellor aims at helping young people's mental well-being

11 February 2020

A Fenland counsellor who specialises in helping children and young people with mental health issues has created a new game aimed at schools.


Fenland residents affected by Parkinson’s invited to free event

Fenland residents affected by Parkinson’s invited to free event

Fenland residents affected by Parkinson’s invited to free event

03 February 2020

A free event for people affected by Parkinson’s across Fenland will take place on Wednesday (12).


Marathon run in memory of 'my dear nan'

Marathon run in memory of 'my dear nan'

Marathon run in memory of 'my dear nan'

02 February 2020

A young mum is running the London Marathon in memory of her nan who died from pancreatic cancer and will raise funds to fight the disease.


What we know about coronavirus

What we know about coronavirus

What we know about coronavirus

31 January 2020

As the deadly bug his the UK, here is what we know about it.


Day centre supported by Lodge

Day centre supported by Lodge

Day centre supported by Lodge

20 January 2020

Staff at a day centre receive a donation from the Fenland Farmers Masonic Lodge.


Villagers raise cash for Macmillan

Villagers raise cash for Macmillan

Villagers raise cash for Macmillan

19 January 2020

Fundraisers made nearly £3,000 with their efforts for Macmillan Cancer Support.


Pauline is a ‘diamond’ loser with Slimming World

Pauline is a ‘diamond’ loser with Slimming World

Pauline is a ‘diamond’ loser with Slimming World

19 January 2020

A slimmer has transformed her life and health by losing 6st 4lbs.

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Baby vaccine uptake rate below safe levels in Cambridgeshire

Baby vaccine uptake rate below safe levels in Cambridgeshire

Baby vaccine uptake rate below safe levels in Cambridgeshire

16 January 2020

Babies in Cambridgeshire could be at risk from potentially deadly illnesses as uptake rates for jabs fall below safe levels, figures reveal.


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