A concerned resident warned that a road junction is ‘very dangerous’ – but was told they faced an ‘uphill struggle’ to get it sorted.
Dedicated volunteers who have helped to nurture and transform Fenland over the past 12 months have been honoured by Fenland District Council.
New low-carbon street lighting is coming to towns and villages across the county following a decision by councillors this week.
Community flood groups, local authorities, and industry representatives came together for Cambridgeshire’s second flood action conference.
There are big changes taking place for takeaways, restaurants and other food vendors with a long awaited ban on single-use plastic coming into force.
A Fenland District councillor slammed a proposed transport strategy for the county as it was again voted down.
Opponents of the planned mega-incinerator for Wisbech are just weeks away from learning whether their campaign to stop it has been successful.
Councils across Cambridgeshire have teamed up to offer prizes to residents who pledge to cut the amount of food they throw away.
A survey of riverbanks is set to be undertaken in a Fenland town centre to ensure desilting works to the waterway do not cause them to slip.
A new free home efficiency service has been launched in a Fenland village to help residents cut energy costs.
Community groups and members of the public affected by or interested in flooding are invited to join this year’s Flood Action Conference.
Volunteers collect five bags of rubbish and one pair of pants from a town river in litter sweep.
Last summer, citizen scientists in Cambridgeshire and Essex spotted 42,430 butterflies and day-flying moths during the Big Butterfly Count.
Weather like that seen in last year’s heatwave will be nothing but average by 2060 warns a Met Office report into the UK’s changing climate.
A year since England recorded 40.3C, Europe is now struggling in unrelenting heat and the Met Office says more is in store because of climate change.