A volunteer at the Cancer Research UK store in Wisbech is holding an ar t exhibition to help raise funds for the charity.
A Wisbech couple who have raised thousands for the Macular Society, have won one of the leading sight loss charity’s top national awards.
A Fenland railway station has improved its carbon footprint and boosted passenger safety after having new solar-powered lights installed.
Campaigners opposing designation of ‘an historic and irreplaceable piece of Chatteris landscape’ for housing development are set to use knew evidence.
Uniformed services students and staff from the College of West Anglia (CWA) took part in an overnight charity event hosted by the YMCA Trinity Group.
Police made the discovery while dealing with a domestic incident
Three vehicles were involved in the incident at Guyhirn
Complaints about early morning deliveries and parked vehicles outside a shop in Gedney Hill are to be taken up by the retailer involved.
Heron Foods has opened in Wisbech's Horsefair Shopping Centre with the creation of 15 new jobs.
Since 2010 the number of hairdressers, barbers and nail bars in Fenland has risen from 35 to 60 – that’s an increase of 71 per cent.
A car and some jewellery are among the items stolen from a property in Marshland St James following a burglary last week.
A dispersal order will be put in place in March this weekend in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour.
Police are looking for vandals who smashed and threw glass bottles at Gedney Hill Sports Pavilion and Playing Field.
A carer at Hickathrift House in Marshland St James has received a long service award in celebration of working at Barchester Healthcare for 15 years.
Thousands of women in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are having to contend with the anxiety of long waits for their smear test results.
More than 60 written warnings were handed out to businesses in Fenland for food hygiene issues over the last year, including for cleanliness.
Government figures released yesterday (17) show Wisbech's Thomas Clarkson Academy is the most improved school in Cambridgeshire over last two years.
More than a third of 16-year-olds in Cambridgeshire failed to pass their English and maths GCSEs this year, according to the Department for Education.
A special Wisbech school is hoping the public will get behind them and bring a bit of ‘sunshine’ to pupils.
Cambridgeshire Council is to receive a one-off payment of £2.32m from Government to help alleviate pressures on the NHS this winter.
A ‘vital’ community asset is set to close at the end of the month and two local councillors are furious at the lack of consultation.
A food safety training course to help businesses improve their food safety management is being held by Fenland District Council later this month.