A car belonging to a Lithuanian family from Wisbech was set alight and another had its windows smashed and the word ‘Polish’ sprayed on the side in what police are treating as a “despicable” hate crime.
Oliver Cromwell’s historical connections with Ely and Cambridgeshire are still alive and well as it’s been revealed that Oliver was the most popular name for a baby boy in the last 12 months.
Shoppers were left stunned when a hot air balloon floated over the car park of Tesco in March.
Ahead of a vote in the European Parliament on renewable energy targets, Alex Mayer MEP visited Ransonmoor Wind Farm, near Doddington.
Christine Asamoah, who has been compared to a young Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and Beyoncé, is performing at After Hours Live in Wisbech next year.
Meet potty-mouthed comedian Stephen Bailey, who supported Katherine Ryan and Jenny Éclair on their recent sell-out UK tours. He is coming to the Cambridge Junction on January 27.
Cambridge University’s Marlowe Society returns to the Cambridge Arts Theatre in January to stage a bold reinvention of Shakespeare’s classic and best-loved romantic tragedy, Romeo & Juliet.
How many times have you heard or even used phrases such as “nanny state” or “health and safety gone mad”?
Thirty five members attended Wisbech Business & Professional Men’s Club’s annual meeting held at Mendi’s Wisbech on Wednesday January 10.
Gorefield Short Mat Bowls Club raised £250 by holding a bingo night.
A couple who have been running auctions for three years with community support have been banned from using Lakes End Village Hall.
As the new year progresses, staff and volunteers at the National Trust’s Peckover House in Wisbech are working hard in preparation for the 2018 season.
With a totally unlikely yet compelling cast and immersive cinematography, this ‘Jumanji’ sequel is a vibrant escapist adventure.
Eighteen children and teenagers from March were awarded for their determination to help in the local community.
A tip-off just hours after flames destroyed a Fenland hair salon has prompted an arson probe by Cambridgeshire detectives.
The Angles Theatre in Wisbech is hosting two shows back-to-back next weekend.
Traffic lights are to be installed at an accident blackspot on the A141 Isle of Ely Way between Chatteris and March.
Tangled Up hair salon at 103 High Street, March, was found ablaze by police overnight.
A man was arrested in Chatteris last night for being almost THREE times the drink drive limit.
The 2018 race might be sold out, but local charity Eddie’s – based in Waterbeach and March - have a few charity places available.
Fenland Archaeological Society’s pre-Christmas talks about the tunnels that run underneath Wisbech were very popular and oversubscribed.
E.ON is encouraging charities and community groups in Cambridgeshire to apply for up to £2,000 of funding through its Energising Communities Fund.
A woman had to be cut out of her car and taken to hospital following a crash on the A47 near Guyhirn.
An evening of Spanish dance, music, and words from the homeland of Henry VIII’s first queen is to open the 2018 Katharine of Aragon Festival on Thursday January 25.
This February sees one of the biggest ever line ups of 60s artists to visit The Cresset in Peterborough with bands that have enjoyed worldwide record success.
Rail users are advised to allow 90 minutes extra if travelling between Ely and King’s Lynn in February as buses will replace trains for five days.
Residents at Lyncroft Care Home are enjoying regular visits from children attending Wisbech Day Nursery.
The Wisbech Music Society will host a concert by the internationally-acclaimed duo of Michael Foyle (violin) and Maksim Štšura (piano) this month.
The European Union Chamber Orchestra and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra will perform the last two dates of the 2017/18 Cambridge classical concert series.
A Chatteris teacher has been invited to a three-day course at the Houses of Parliament after beating 169 others from across the country.