Local slimmers collected 360 bags of clothes that are now too big for them, in just two weeks, to raise money for a cancer charity.
A petition has been set up calling for action to stop a dog attacking another child after the Jack Russell bit a five year old girl’s face in an unprovoked attack.
A plan to let Whittlesey Town Council buy the local police station has been given the green light.
Cross bred dogs can be crowned champs and pets and owners can try yoga together in a weekend festival coming to Peterborough.
A man is due to be sentenced after pleading guilty to death by dangerous driving in a five vehicle crash at Mepal which killed a 60-year-old Wisbech man.
A family fun weekend of activities is being held to help raise money for Fenland (Isle of Ely) Society for the Blind.
The internet was used to commit 53 child sexual offences in the last 12 months, according to latest figures, prompting the NSPCC to call for tougher safety checks on what children can access online.
A five year old girl has surgery after a Jack Russell bit her face in an unprovoked attack in March.
Award-winning poet Leanne Moden hosts a free creative writing workshop as part of a project exploring Cambridgeshire’s shared cultural heritage.
Taking to the skies raised hundreds of pounds for a children’s charity when a member of staff from Ridgeons in March braved a sky dive.
Police are encouraging young motorists to drive safely amid figures that show a quarter of them will be involved in a collision within two years of passing their test.
Recycling old newspapers has raised enough money to fund an all expenses paid day trip for children from March.
A student has arranged an art auction for charity Children and The Arts.
Fenland District Council showed its support for military men and women past and present when it flew a special flag in the run up to the ninth annual Armed Forces Day.
Wisbech in Bloom welcomed sponsors to see their new water bowser in action.
Families are invited to a summer barbecue and family disco in Emneth.
Wisbech Society marked Civic Day with a reception at Wisbech General Cemetery to celebrate a £303,800 Heritage Lottery Fund grant to preserve the cemetery’s chapel and monuments.
An Armed Forces day took place in Wisbech which included a range of stalls by local ex-services associations and interested parties featuring displays and attractions.
Families enjoyed a taster day thanks to an archery club that held an open event as part of archery fun across the country for the Big Weekend.
Beauty salons, spas, pubs and restaurants in the Fens are being urged to make sure oil residues are washed from clothes and towels before being placed into tumble dryers
A school and a village hall committee have been given thousands of pounds of lottery funding to support people in the community in two very different ways.
A young woman from Wisbech is raising money for a cancer charity in an unusual way - by making a giant ball out of loom bands.
One in 14 people in the Fens have diabetes, according to latest figures, prompting a call for people to have regular health checks.
The Government has announced that Steve Barclay has been appointed economic secretary.
A Chatteris funeral business wants to make it clear they do not employ a stone mason who closed his business without any warning at the beginning of this year.
A Wisbech mum has launched a fund raising campaign to give her a chance of beating liver cancer with pioneering treatment not available on the NHS.
Building starts on the new Marshland St James district community and sports centre with a main hall, a community shop and café.
The 55th Gorefield Show was enjoyed by crowds who enjoyed a Royal Airforce flypast with a Dakotas followed by the popular pony and horse event.
A celebratory lunch was held in March to mark national carers week.