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Wisbech-based Victoria Lodge Day Services is looking for volunteers and donations to help them improve their garden.
The UK's bee populations are in a frightening freefall so what can we do to try and halt their decline?
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.
Iceland is to introduce a weekly discount day to help its older customers with the cost of living crisis.
A visit to Wisbech this week by the Princess Royal included the presentation of long service awards to volunteers at Citizens Advice Rural Cambs.
A Fenland garden centre is set to improve its services to customers with the addition of a new café and indoor retail area.
Fuel retailers have been told to make sure tax cuts are being passed to customers as campaign groups say hard-pressed drivers aren't benefitting.
March Brass 2000 are appealing for help from the public after the theft of musical instruments.
A man has been charged with being in possession of a knife in Fenland.
More than £1.4 million of extra funding has been secured by Darryl Preston in his first year as Police and Crime Commissioner.
A weapons amnesty is being held next week allowing people to dispose of items safely and without fear of prosecution.
More than a third of adults in Fenland are considered “physically inactive”, a new study has warned.
A popular caterer has been presented with an award for her ‘phenomenal work’ in looking after students and staff at a Wisbech school.
Children attending after school clubs at a Fenland special school will be entitled to free transport.
A group of Wisbech students have been celebrating exceptional results after completing their child development course.
Twenty-eight Year 10 students at Neale-Wade Academy have taken on the role of Agents of Change, to help raise aspirations across the school.
Researchers say young people leaving care need the support a parent would offer their own child in order to ‘equalise the playing field’.
Fears over the impact on the tourism trade proved decisive as councillors narrowly rejected the 'unusual' scheme.
Fenland Council leader Chris Boden claims work at the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority was "almost grinding to a halt".