Wisbech’s annual Horsefair Shopping Centre summer fun day will take place on Thursday July 27 from 10am to 2pm.
Seven young apprentices from Chatteris firm Metalcraft refurbished the railings surrounding the Chatteris War Memorial on Wednesday.
From this week visitors will have the opportunity to see Historic Aircraft Collection’s rare First World War Airco/de Havilland DH9 E-8894 aircraft being rebuilt at Imperial War Museum Duxford.
It’s fun for foodies as the Sandringham Food & Drink Festival returns for its third year with another great line-up of chefs.
A man had to be rescued from a river in March this morning.
The March Society held its annual general meeting knowing that the potential absence of a new treasurer meant that the decade-old civic society was at risk of closing down.
Martin Eggett, chairman of the Wisbech Business and Professional Men’s Club, welcomed 45 members and guests to the July meeting held at Mendi’s.
Alan and Sandra Wheeldon will be opening their garden on Sunday July 30 from 10am until 4pm.
Revellers will be taken on a trip back in time this weekend as they gaze over drill displays, fly pasts and battle re-enactments at the Festival of the Forties and World War II show in March.
Produce World in Chatteris welcomed two Year 12 A Level students from Neale-Wade Academy on work experience.
Police have issued a warning to motorists in Fenland following last night’s thunderstorm.
Students put on a barnstorming performance of School of Rock that rocked Thomas Clarkson Academy to its rafters.
Do you recognise these people? Police would like to speak to them after fuel worth £99 was stolen from Wisbech.
Two men stole a piece of machinery worth £6,000 from a building site in Wisbech earlier this month.
Eight miniature horses including a foal that will not survive without its mother have been stolen overnight from Sixteen Foot Bank in Stonea.
The Light Cinema in Wisbech hosted its first dementia friendly screening on Monday.
Months of hard work and planning has helped a sixth form student at Wisbech Grammar School raise £2,800 for charity.
Wisbech Grammar School rugby team will bike and row 385 miles at Tesco Extra to raise money for charity and their upcoming USA tour.
Three men have been charged in relation to a number of car key burglaries in the Wisbech and Whittlesey area.
So long, farewell - youngsters at Beaupre Community Primary school enjoyed a fun-filled glittering night at their leavers prom.
A ground-breaking app that is set to take the grind out of growing has been unveiled at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House in Wisbech.
The 67th King’s Lynn Festival begins on Sunday (July 16) at 6.30pm with a concert by The Brighouse and Rastrick Band at the town’s Corn Exchange.
A woman had to be given oxygen after a barbecue and cylinder caught fire in West End, March last night.
Police investigating a fatal collision on the A1139 are appealing for the public’s help in identifying the young woman killed in the incident.
Cambs Fire crews prevented a blaze from spreading to a nearby house after an outbuilding cuaght fire in Sixteen Foot Bank, Christchurch last night.
A moving video has been released to mark the fundraising efforts of a couple from Stonea who lost their four-year-old daughter last year.
‘Homecoming’ is the best Spider-Man movie to date, largely because of its compelling story, believable characters and well-developed plot.
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes will bring his new tour to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange next week.
March Brass 2000 have said goodbye to band secretary Deb Watts after 22 years of service.
A Cambridgeshire woman has overcome a major operation to become a finalist in this year’s Miss England beauty pageant.