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The Cambridgeshire County Council Sensory Service Team is continuing to provide vital support to sensory impaired people throughout the pandemic.
Fenland villagers are being asked to put these 'Grimm' days to one side and join in a fun event aimed at lifting spirits.
Rainbows have been popping up everywhere during the current coronavirus pandemic and in Fenland they have even been arriving come in boxes.
Some Cambridgeshire school children are returning to the classroom this morning (Monday) for the first time in months.
The total who have died after testing positive for there is now 144.
Two more patients have died after testing positive for coronavirus.
College of West Anglia students have focussed on raising awareness and tackling some of the misconceptions and stigmas associated with mental health.
As the kitten season gets under-way, the charity warns it could see an influx of even more as unneutered cats give birth to unwanted litters
From now on, everyone is being asked to follow a three-step plan, which will help keep the virus under control.
A Fenland art teacher added a creative twist in the process of completing a challenge in aid of the NHS.
A total of 141 patients have now died at there after contracting the virus, according to NHS figures.
“We are working on longer term solutions to resolve this issue - we apologise to any customers who have been impacted by any increase in traffic.”