In 2022 our columnist boldly declared her dislike for Christmas Eve boxes but now she says the internet is serving up a fresh slice of festive horror.
The powerful story of a family ripped from its Polish roots and flung into the frozen wastes of Siberia during World War Two is told in a new book.
A fifth-generation Fenland farmer will become the first female chair of the National Farmers’ Union (NFU) Cambridgeshire branch.
This weekend will see the third Fenland town lit up for Christmas.
A school bus was one of two vehicles involved in a collision that closed the busy A47 last night (Monday).
The A47 is closed in both directions between the A141 (near March) and B1167 (near Thorney) due to a collision involving a van and bus.
A predatory paedophile who used social media to lure his young victims is just one of the cases featured county police’s latest series of podcasts.
Local MP Steve Barclay has joined the fight to save a village fire station that is once again facing the threat of closure.
March Christmas Lights Switch-on attracted record crowds after the town hit both national and international headlines this week for its ‘wonky’ tree.
An afternoon and evening full of entertainment and fun heralded the annual switching on of the Wisbech Christmas Lights yesterday (Sunday).
A charity that provides end-of-life care for people in Fenland is inviting the community to join them for a special service on Sunday, December 10.
Fenland Citizen columnist Eve Tawfick talks about The Twin Flame Game in her column this month.
A man tumbled out of his door while trying to punch a police officer during a drunken episode at a hotel.
A water firm has issued strong reassurances to residents in two Fenland villages after rumours on social media of “high levels” of lead in tap water.
External auditors are concerned pervasive “weaknesses” at the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority may have a significant impact.
Powerful writing and artwork by a group of students at a Wisbech academy has seen them published in a joint project with Trinity College, Cambridge.