A youngster walked out of an under fives nursery unsupervised at a setting that has been rated as needing improvement by Ofsted.
British patients taking legal action against defective metal on metal hip implants made by Johnson & Johnson have been praised by women injured by a medical device made by the same health care giant.
A passenger in a car that over turned in Murrow today has been taken to hospital.
Ten dedicated Wisbech Grammar School Sixth Form pupils have achieved the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award, the highest number of gold awards in one year ever recorded by the school.
A pop up hen adoption day is coming to the area to encourage people to give battery chickens a happy new life.
There was a gold rush for Wisbech Speed Skaters in Birmingham last weekend.
Hundreds of youngsters showcased their football skills as March Rangers held their second two-day youth tournament.
The Cambs Times, Wisbech Standard and Ely Standard are offering readers the opportunity to win a free week on the Cambridge United Whitsun Soccer Schools that are set to be rolled out once again at 20 venues across the region.
Wisbech Town have re-signed forward Jack Friend after he was released by Sky Bet League One side Peterborough United ten days ago.
Wisbech Town continued their impressive form in the Tucker Gardner Division One with a 184-run success over title favourites, Saffron Walden.
The Secret Garden Touring Park in Wisbech is holding its annual garden sale next weekend.
A UK exhibition tour of many ‘never before seen’ photographs of David Bowie is set to visit Cambourne in Cambridgeshire this autumn.
Azimuth, a covers band who play a range of notable songs through the decades, will perform at two venues over the bank holiday weekend.
Local musicians Bob Bell (country) and Dave Nurney (acoustic) will perform on the After Hours Live stage at Octavia’s Café, Wisbech next month.
The Great British Seaside Special, which promises an ‘extravaganza of music, comedy entertainment and fun’, comes to Wisbech on Sunday June 5 as part of the WisBEACH Festival.
Up to 1,000 local jobs may be created if plans to build a 750,000 sq. ft. House of Fraser distribution hub on the edge of Peterborough go ahead.
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