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March Rotarians raise £2,500 for Magpas

March Rotarians raise £2,500 for Magpas

March Rotarians raise £2,500 for Magpas

12 December 2014

The Rotary Club of March has raised £2,500 for Magpas with its big meal raffle. More than 25 hotels, restaurants and takeaways supported the fundraiser, which culminated in the draw at March Christmas Market on December 7. The 31 wining raffle tickets were drawn by Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Johnny Dee. Rotarians have thanked everyone who has supported the raffle.


Which junction is most important?

Which junction is most important?

12 December 2014

I would be most grateful if someone from Government could explain why the A141/A47 Guyhirn roundabout is deemed more important than the A47 Broadend Road junction at Wisbech?


New home needed for puppies dumped on Outwell river bank

New home needed for puppies dumped on Outwell river bank

New home needed for puppies dumped on Outwell river bank

12 December 2014

Two puppies which had been abandoned on the river bank in Outwell need new homes.


Housing bid for March nightclub

Housing bid for March nightclub

Housing bid for March nightclub

11 December 2014

A former nightclub could be making way for flats if planners agree at a meeting later today.


Elm family jailed for 22 years heroin distribution network

Elm family jailed for 22 years heroin distribution network

Elm family jailed for 22 years heroin distribution network

11 December 2014

Three members of an Elm family have been jailed for a total of more than 22 years for running an operation which saw millions of pounds worth of heroin distributed across the county.


March dance school presents cheque to Peterborough charity

March dance school presents cheque to Peterborough charity

March dance school presents cheque to Peterborough charity

11 December 2014

Dancers have raised £1,295.62 for Shine, a charity which supports sufferers of Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus.


Chatteris businessman supports Christmas lights

Chatteris businessman supports Christmas lights

Chatteris businessman supports Christmas lights

11 December 2014

A Chatteris business showed its appreciation for the town’s Christmas lights when it donated £500 to the ongoing festive lights fund.


Rhyme and Storyime in Wisbech library

Rhyme and Storyime in Wisbech library

Rhyme and Storyime in Wisbech library

11 December 2014

Students from the College of West Anglia have been entertaining youngsters at Wisbech library. Level 3 Childcare students have been planning and delivering the 45 minute Rhyme and Story Time Sessions, which include songs and crafts, at the Ely Place library. The programme, which is running until July 2015, involves 15 students from the course, working in weekly rotation to deliver the workshops.


Busy day at March Christmas Market

Busy day at March Christmas Market

Busy day at March Christmas Market

11 December 2014

Shoppers were able to pick up festive treats and gifts during a busy March Christmas Market.


117 new homes planned for Emneth

117 new homes planned for Emneth

117 new homes planned for Emneth

11 December 2014

Up to 117 new homes could be built in Ementh if planners give the green light.


Police warning not to let alcohol call the shots

Police warning not to let alcohol call the shots

Police warning not to let alcohol call the shots

10 December 2014

Police are urging people not to let alcohol call the shots this Christmas in a bid to tackle alcohol-related violent crime.


Leverington mother gives birth alone

Leverington mother gives birth alone

Leverington mother gives birth alone

10 December 2014

A Leverington woman gave birth unassisted by midwives after discovering King’s Lynn Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) no longer offers a home birth service.


Volunteers needed for charity collection in March

Volunteers needed for charity collection in March

Volunteers needed for charity collection in March

10 December 2014

Marie Curie Cancer Care is appealing for March people to donate two hours to collect in the town centre.


March school goes into special measures

March school goes into special measures

March school goes into special measures

10 December 2014

A headteacher has vowed to turn around the fortunes of a March primary school which has been placed in special measures.


Police warning over drink driving

Police warning over drink driving

Police warning over drink driving

10 December 2014

Police are warning drivers in Cambridgeshire to make sure they are safe to drive the morning after going out in the festive season.


Chatteris pupils give first carol concert

Chatteris pupils give first carol concert

Chatteris pupils give first carol concert

10 December 2014

Youngsters from Cromwell Community College at Chatteris delighted family and friends during a carol concert. Around 75 pupils took part in the college’s first annual carol concert at Chatteris Parish Church (St Peter and St Paul). The Rev Wendy Thomson welcomed guests to the event, which was run by the music department. It included performances by the choir and orchestra, along with readings. James Hedley gave a cornet rendition of ‘Walking in the Air’. Jessica Davis, Charlotte Hutchins, Zak Fox and Kyle Stimson gave a cheerful performance of ‘Walking in a Winter Wonderland’.


Five people treated for smoke inhalation at Wisbech house fire

Five people treated for smoke inhalation at Wisbech house fire

Five people treated for smoke inhalation at Wisbech house fire

10 December 2014

Five people were treated for smoke inhalation after a house fire in Wisbech.


Plans for 70 homes on former Wisbech gas works

Plans for 70 homes on former Wisbech gas works

Plans for 70 homes on former Wisbech gas works

10 December 2014

Seventy new homes could be built on the site of Wisbech’s former gas works as a result of new plans.


New rules for food businesses

New rules for food businesses

New rules for food businesses

09 December 2014

Food businesses in Fenland have been given details about how they should go about complying with new rules about allergens that come into force this month.


RSPCA appeal after sick cat dumped in a canvas bag in March

RSPCA appeal after sick cat dumped in a canvas bag in March

RSPCA appeal after sick cat dumped in a canvas bag in March

09 December 2014

A weak cat had to be put down after being dumped on the doorstep of a March veterinary surgery in a canvas bag.


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