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Downham man caught drink-driving after collecting new car, court told

Downham man caught drink-driving after collecting new car, court told

Downham man caught drink-driving after collecting new car, court told

Magistrates heard the driver had been drinking before collecting the Audi TT from Sutton St James


You can now pick-up a copy of your favourite newspaper - the Fenland Citizen - for free at numerous outlets in Chatteris

You can now pick-up a copy of your favourite newspaper - the Fenland Citizen - for free at numerous outlets in Chatteris

You can now pick-up a copy of your favourite newspaper - the Fenland Citizen - for free at numerous outlets in Chatteris

From this week, readers in the Chatteris area will find it easier to get hold of your favourite newspaper, the Fenland Citizen.


Burrowmoor School in March is making 'swift improvements' but still needs to improve say Ofsted

Burrowmoor School in March is making 'swift improvements' but still needs to improve say Ofsted

Burrowmoor School in March is making 'swift improvements' but still needs to improve say Ofsted

A March school which has recently been joined by a new headteacher, is ‘securing swift improvements’ according to its latest Ofsted report.


Brooke Weston Trust submits application to open new school in Wisbech

Brooke Weston Trust submits application to open new school in Wisbech

Brooke Weston Trust submits application to open new school in Wisbech

The Brooke Weston Trust announced today (Monday) it has submitted an application to the Department for Education to open a new school in Wisbech.


Chatteris remembers with parade, wreath laying and a beacon for peace

Chatteris remembers with parade, wreath laying and a beacon for peace

Chatteris remembers with parade, wreath laying and a beacon for peace

Chatteris people turned out in their hundreds on Sunday for the annual Remembrance Day commemoration.


Wisbech remembers its Fallen with annual Remembrance Sunday parade and service

Wisbech remembers its Fallen with annual Remembrance Sunday parade and service

Wisbech remembers its Fallen with annual Remembrance Sunday parade and service

The people of Wisbech came together on Sunday for the annual Remembrance Day commemoration and to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1.


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