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'Sickening and vile' attack sees eggs smashed at Manea pit

'Sickening and vile' attack sees eggs smashed at Manea pit

'Sickening and vile' attack sees eggs smashed at Manea pit

A parish council is calling for the toughest penalties to be imposed on those responsible for a "vile and sickening" act of vandalism.


Joy as Wisbech is crowned overall winner in this year's Anglia in Bloom while Chatteris celebrates Gold and Benwick Silver Gilt awards

Joy as Wisbech is crowned overall winner in this year's Anglia in Bloom while Chatteris celebrates Gold and Benwick Silver Gilt awards

Joy as Wisbech is crowned overall winner in this year's Anglia in Bloom while Chatteris celebrates Gold and Benwick Silver Gilt awards

Wisbech is celebrating after scooping a clutch of awards at this year's Anglia in Bloom including winner of the overall Anglia in Bloom Trophy.


Chatteris is set to be focus of retail world next week when Tesco comes to town to unveil its new-format store

Chatteris is set to be focus of retail world next week when Tesco comes to town to unveil its new-format store

Chatteris is set to be focus of retail world next week when Tesco comes to town to unveil its new-format store

Chattteris is set to be the centre of the food retailing world when Tesco unveils its new-format store, said to be Jack's - in the town next week.


Fenland train services disrupted by derailment in West Midlands

Fenland train services disrupted by derailment in West Midlands

Fenland train services disrupted by derailment in West Midlands

Delays could last for two days, officials warn


King's Lynn hospital put into special measures for second time

King's Lynn hospital put into special measures for second time

King's Lynn hospital put into special measures for second time

Bosses apologise after inspectors declare hospital 'inadequate'


Cambridgeshire County Council leader warns of ‘stark choices’ ahead as demand sees budget gap grow

Cambridgeshire County Council leader warns of ‘stark choices’ ahead as demand sees budget gap grow

Cambridgeshire County Council leader warns of ‘stark choices’ ahead as demand sees budget gap grow

Increased demand for services this year has seen Cambridgeshire Council’s current budget gap leap to £5.2 million.


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