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PICTURES: Princess Royal visits Neale Wade Academy in March

PICTURES: Princess Royal visits Neale Wade Academy in March

PICTURES: Princess Royal visits Neale Wade Academy in March

22 January 2015

March youngsters welcomed a special guest to their school yesterday (Wednesday, January 21).


Chatteris footballers cry foul over dog owners

Chatteris footballers cry foul over dog owners

Chatteris footballers cry foul over dog owners

22 January 2015

SPRAY TIME: Chatteris under 15s show the yellow card to people who fail to clean up their dogs’ mess with Cllr Murphy (left) and their manager Kevin Smith PHOTO: SUBMITTED


Chatteris group is latest nominee into the Pride of Fenland awards

Chatteris group is latest nominee into the Pride of Fenland awards

Chatteris group is latest nominee into the Pride of Fenland awards

22 January 2015

A club which provides a weekly fun outing for dementia patients has been nominated for the Pride In Fenland awards.


March school’s sports equipment donated to Scotty’s

March school’s sports equipment donated to Scotty’s

March school’s sports equipment donated to Scotty’s

22 January 2015

Sports equipment no longer used by a March school is being put to better use after being donated to charity.


Fenlanders duck out of swimming

Fenlanders duck out of swimming

Fenlanders duck out of swimming

21 January 2015

Fenland has the lowest percentage of regular swimmers in the whole of Cambridgeshire, new figures have revealed.


£250,000 pioneering project to boost sport

£250,000 pioneering project to boost sport

£250,000 pioneering project to boost sport

21 January 2015

A pioneering project to get more people in Fenland active could be launched if a £250,000 grant is approved.


Fenland benefit fraudster ordered to pay back £23,000

Fenland benefit fraudster ordered to pay back £23,000

Fenland benefit fraudster ordered to pay back £23,000

21 January 2015


Chatteris veteran’s treatment ‘a disgrace”

Chatteris veteran’s treatment ‘a disgrace”

Chatteris veteran’s treatment ‘a disgrace”

20 January 2015

A Chatteris Naval veteran’s hospital treatment over the last month has been branded “a disgrace” .


March charity expects greater demand for debt advice

March charity expects greater demand for debt advice

March charity expects greater demand for debt advice

20 January 2015

A charity has revealed that it expects in the coming weeks to receive more calls for help than ever before.


All Saints’ gift for Wisbech food bank

All Saints’ gift for Wisbech food bank

All Saints’ gift for Wisbech food bank

20 January 2015

All Saints Church in Walsoken, recently raised £200 to support the work of Wisbech Food Bank, which offers short term help to those in need in the town.


Golden exotic is pretty lethal

Golden exotic is pretty lethal

Golden exotic is pretty lethal

20 January 2015

This week continues on the trail of plants seen on my recent jolly to warmer places (Fuerteventura) over the Christmas break.


Chairty appeals to Wisbech pensioners

Chairty appeals to Wisbech pensioners

Chairty appeals to Wisbech pensioners

19 January 2015

Almost half a million people could apply for a free TV Licence over the next 12 months, as more than 460,000 people across the UK celebrate their 75th birthday in the coming year.


King’s Lynn hospital fails to meet A&E targets

King’s Lynn hospital fails to meet A&E targets

King’s Lynn hospital fails to meet A&E targets

19 January 2015

The pressures of winter are continuing to affect Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.


Fenland property set for a stable 2015

Fenland property set for a stable 2015

Fenland property set for a stable 2015

19 January 2015

When a New Year starts there are lots of predictions and the world of property is one of many subjects that often has a mention in this annual ritual.


Fenland students win awards at World Skills final

Fenland students win awards at World Skills final

Fenland students win awards at World Skills final

19 January 2015

Students from the College of West Anglia met Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg after winning medals at a national competition.


March school teams up with Smurfit Kappa

March school teams up with Smurfit Kappa

March school teams up with Smurfit Kappa

19 January 2015

A March school has teamed up with one of the town’s biggest employers to take advantage of a new government-endorsed business initiative.


Perfect saxophone score for Wisbech school girl

Perfect saxophone score for Wisbech school girl

Perfect saxophone score for Wisbech school girl

18 January 2015

A Wisbech Grammar School student has made her musical mark by scoring almost 100 per cent in her grade eight instrumental examination for the saxophone. Lauren Mounfield , 18, pictured above, soared above the 85 marks needed for a distinction to record a near perfect 98 per cent in the Trinity College London exam, demonstrating her skills in scales, arpeggios and pieces, as well as in aural exercises. A pupil of Ceri Griffin, Lauren has been playing the saxophone for eight years and has also achieved a merit at grade seven with the flute. She also plays in the school’s jazz band. PHOTO SUBMITTED


Charity extends hearing services into Fenland

Charity extends hearing services into Fenland

Charity extends hearing services into Fenland

18 January 2015

A charity which helps people with hearing problems is extending its services to the Fens.


Excellence award for March Lions

Excellence award for March Lions

Excellence award for March Lions

18 January 2015

Two members of March Lions have received a Membership Excellence Pin for 2013-2014. Lion John Potter and Lion Ian Groome were delighted to be presented with the prestigious pin. The award recognises them for each bringing in three new members in the past year. The pins were presented at the Lions meeting at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel, by Lion President Ruth Martin. The club meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month.


Wisbech nursery’s expansion plan

Wisbech nursery’s expansion plan

Wisbech nursery’s expansion plan

18 January 2015

A Wisbech nursery could be expanding into a primary school to meet the predicted extra need for spaces.


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