A Wisbech man confronted the occupants of a car that narrowly missed him, slapped the windscreen, shouted and swore and pulled a knife on the passenger.
Inspiration, transformation and creativity were key themes at Wisbech Grammar School speech day.
A convicted robber has been jailed for eight years after he was caught by DNA from his hat which he had left behind after the gunpoint hold-up of a shop in Buckden.
A baby seagull is being cared for by a Whittlesey vet practice after he was found nestled beside his mother who was killed in a road accident.
More than 5,600 school children from across Fenland have been learning how to recycle in a district-wide initiative to reduce environmental pollution.
Wisbech Town collected their best result of the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season last Saturday – and it was inspired by the best innings.
Wisbech Town have started pre-season with a win and a defeat.
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.
Former England spinner Monty Panesar will be gracing Harecroft Road later this summer.
Two members of March Marlins Swim Club are set to take on a series of national competitions during the summer.
Clare Hammond’s piano recital was no ordinary event. A varied and in many cases a highly demanding programme kept the listeners in awe.
Empowering, sassy and with a timely feminist message, ‘Six’ brilliantly remixes the stories of some of history’s most famous women for the 21st century.
Everyone’s favourite superhero family return for a funny, empowering second round of crime fighting - though this time the roles are reversed as Mr Incredible is left at home to look after the children while Elastagirl saves the world...
Community charity Groundwork Cambridgeshire & Peterborough is running play sessions for parents and children in Whittlesey over the school holidays.
Have you ever been to a family rave before? If not, now’s your chance, because Big Fish Little Fish are bringing their multi-award-winning event back to Ely.
Molly dancers, Keith Aplin on his squeeze box and a variety of singers and entertainment enlivened Wisbech on Sunday during Arles Day.