Inspiration, transformation and creativity were key themes at Wisbech Grammar School speech day.
If you have been inspired by Wimbledon and think your child could have talent then look no further than Wisbech Tennis Club that is hosting four days of tennis activities during the summer holidays.
A boat that has been lived on by a homeless man in March has been hoisted out of the River Nene and put into storage along with his possessions.
The Church of England is to send a ‘hit’ squad into the Fens to encourage people back to church.
It was the moment all mothers dread, losing track of your babies and going into sheer panic.
Work has officially started on a new sports hub for March with state of the art pitches and a pavilion for clubs and private hire.
It was throwback to a golden age of motoring when a village held a popular weekend show of vehicles spanning decades.
Cambridgeshire is among the best areas in the country for promoting breast feeding and reducing childhood obesity, according to a national report.
A Wisbech student is going to college in America thanks to a financial study support package.
Ely Museum says it is undertaking an ambitious project of improvement to save it from closure as the displays are shabby and outdated.
A charity is looking for volunteers to befriend young people and adults with learning difficulties.
The toilets at the edge of West End park in March have been closed for good.
Ely could grind to a halt if there is an accident on the new bypass, if the level crossing is closed, a former railway worker and a parish councillor have warned.
A trial is under way for a March retired company director who faces 11 historic paedophile charges after a jury failed to reach a majority verdict last year.
Mesh implants to treat incontinence are being stopped immediately in hospitals across England after the Government stepped in just days after launching a safety review.
A man died at the scene of a road collision in Chatteris at the weekend.
Two Wimblington men raised more than £8,000 by cycling from John O’Groats to Lands End in nine days.
A 90 year old woman from Whittlesey is such a puzzle fan that staff have framed the puzzles she has completed and put them on display at the care home where she lives.
A man who attacked his pregnant partner with a rolling pin has been jailed for more than a year.
Two men tried to abduct a 17 year old when they attempted to drag her off her bike and into a car.
An iconic telephone box in a small east Cambridgeshire village has been given its annual make over as part of a season of artists opening up their studios to the public.
People are being urged to keep an eye out in rural communities and reporting hare coursing incidents to the police.
A leading pain specialist has called for action to help women experiencing pain after mesh implants, some who suffer so badly, they consider suicide.
Role model students from Whittlesey took part in a special day to share skills with younger pupils.
A student from Meadowgate School in Wisbech has been named voluntary police cadet of the year.
Mental health issues, bullying and social media are all contributing to a growing number of young people struggling with feelings of isolation and loneliness, a charity warns.
Glitz and glamour were the order of the night when pupils from Marshland High School held their leavers prom.
Tributes were paid to a teacher who died of cancer with a charity run at a Wisbech school.
A fund raising campaign has been launched to help a small horse sanctuary replace stolen tack and other items worth more than £5,000.
Beautiful dresses and sharp suits were out in force when young people from Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech enjoyed their leavers prom.