A Wisbech mum who makes handmade children's clothing is using off-cuts left over from her business to make surgical-style masks.
"This is simply abhorrent and to weaponise the coronavirus in this way is completely shocking and can never ever be tolerated by us a society."
They are running a call and collect service in-line with social distancing measures set by the Government to keep their staff and customers safe.
Key health workers across Fenland are keeping safer thanks to the work of a group organised by a Chatteris-based planner.
A café has been praised for providing a home delivery service during the coronavirus crisis.
Firefighters were called to a tree blaze this afternoon (Saturday).
A drink driver was arrested on Saturday afternoon.
Police arrested a suspected burglar and a potential drug dealer during patrols in the area.
With the weekend set to be a warm one, police have reminded Wisbech-area residents to stay at home.
Fenland District Council has been accused of having a ‘slash and burn’ policy when it comes to the areas trees.
"We must keep in mind: bus services are for people who need them, and that public transport can return to normal as soon as this crisis lifts."
A former March charity shop which has laid vacant for years is set for a new lease of life to help a much needed health service to expand.
Fenland Policing have issued a big thank-you to those who have been sending in pictures of rainbows to both March and Wisbech police stations.
Public Health England's daily figures show increases.