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Princess Anne was Fenland yesterday (Wednesday) to officially open a state-of-the-art engineering training centre.
A Wisbech family who launched a charity in memory of their loved one who died six years ago is holding a Christmas charity fundraiser in her memory.
A hugely popular procession is back this festive season and promises to be bigger than ever.
Cambridgeshire’s Mayor Dr Nik Johnson recently donned his wellies for a visit down on the community farm in Wisbech
Anglian Water has admitted it wants to “do better” after criticism of its pollution record.
A school in Lynn has been donated a Christmas tree by a TikTok-using business owner.
In 2022 our columnist boldly declared her dislike for Christmas Eve boxes but now she says the internet is serving up a fresh slice of festive horror.
A local accountancy firm has recently awarded another Chartered Accountant training contract to bring the total of students currently training to six.
A specialist hobby firm has proved a model of success after being shortlisted in a national campaign.
A predatory paedophile who used social media to lure his young victims is just one of the cases featured county police’s latest series of podcasts.
A man tumbled out of his door while trying to punch a police officer during a drunken episode at a hotel.
A shoplifter who admitted 13 offences has been banned from stores across Fenland for two years.
A cannabis factory with over 400 plants has been uncovered by police in Murrow.
A hospice charity that provides palliative care for Fenland people in their own homes is among 27 hospices to benefit from a share of £8.7million.
Millions of women will soon be able to get the contraceptive pill from their pharmacy in a change to the rules and here’s how the scheme will work.
Specialist age and dementia-friendly chair-based exercise classes are being offered free in Fenland.
Powerful writing and artwork by a group of students at a Wisbech academy has seen them published in a joint project with Trinity College, Cambridge.
Sixth-formers at the Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech arrived for school dressed as everything from Indiana Jones to the Teletubbies!
Local MP Steve Barclay has joined the fight to save a village fire station that is once again facing the threat of closure.