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Healthwatch Cambridgeshire, who work with inspectors to get over patients’ views at hospital and care home inspections, have received a national award.

Trees like this one will be removed from Wisbech market place

One of the biggest changes since it was acquired by the town council three years ago is under way with the removal – and replacement- of trees on Wisbech market place.

Fenland Council
Jake Kane

A heartbroken mother is urging parents to kiss their children and tell them they love them as she marks her son’s first birthday since he died in a motorbike crash.

Norwich
Crews tackle a house fire in Chatteris. Picture: CAMBS POLICE.

Two house fires in less than 12 hours – one at Watlington near Kings Lynn and another at Chatteris- have left one woman dead.

park and ride map

Passengers using the park and ride into Cambridge city dropped by nearly three times the numbers predicted following the introduction of a £1 parking charge last year.

Cambridgeshire County Council

Sport

Friday, July 3, 2015
Wisbech Town

Wisbech Town have been drawn at home to Diss Town in FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round on August 15.

Lucy Ryan of Wisbech Swimming Club.

Wisbech Swimming Club athlete Lucy Ryan took three silver medals in the British Masters and Senior Age Group Long Course Championships.

Marshland High School Year 8 basketball team.

Marshland High School Year 8 Basketball Team excelled at the County Championships held at the UEA, finishing third.

Norwich
Sarah Gauvin and Sam Lyddiatt of Fenland Running Club.

Fenland Running Club competitor Sarah Gauvin finished third in her category in the Ramsey 10km race.

Wisbech Men's A Team.

The Wisbech Mens A team of Ben Allen, Paul Garwell, Gary Fitzjohn and James Newton put Burnham Market to the sword.

What's On

Friday, July 3, 2015
United Kingdom

Luke Green is living the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. A drummer for two bands, Damaged – a punk/hardcore five-piece who have received booking interest from the USA and have fans as far as Greece and Indonesia – and glam-rock quartet Crimson Tale, the Chatteris and March lad was also invited to drum with “my heroes” The Stranglers last month. The 18-year-old who’s just finished his A-Levels really is having the time of his life; Ben Jolley speaks to him...

Neale Wade reunion

The class of 1995 are inviting anybody who went to Neale Wade in the 1990s to join in a whole lot of 90s disco fun taking place at the United Services Club.

Block Fen open day

Fun for you and your furry friends is up for grabs with a fun dog show and annual gala at the RSPCA animal centre in Block Fen.

A Curtiss P-40C will also form part of the Duxford Flying Legends show.

More than 50 historic aircraft will take to the skies on July 11-12 for the Flying Legends Air Show at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford.

Flashback to Manea gala 2014

The bunting is up and the final preparations are well underway for the 60th anniversary of Manea Gala which is being held next Saturday July 11.

United Kingdom

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Friday, July 3, 2015
Luke Green with The Stranglers

Luke Green is living the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. A drummer for two bands, Damaged – a punk/hardcore five-piece who have received booking interest from the USA and have fans as far as Greece and Indonesia – and glam-rock quartet Crimson Tale, the Chatteris and March lad was also invited to drum with “my heroes” The Stranglers last month. The 18-year-old who’s just finished his A-Levels really is having the time of his life; Ben Jolley speaks to him...

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