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Fenland came to the rescue of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire in their bid to find a Conservative willing to be interviewed on air hours after the Rochester and Strood by election.

Health experts are reminding people who are under 65 and have long term health conditions to get the first jab in and beat flu this winter.

Lynn Road, Wisbech, during installation of new street lights

All of the issues thrown up by an audit of the street lighting contract run by Balfour Beatty which showed Cambridgeshire County Council “will not be paying the correct amount for its electricity” have been resolved, say a new report.

Former NER carriage

Uncertainty has prompted the Bramley Line – the organisation fighting to reopen the March to Wisbech link – to only undertake “minimal track maintenance” until its future is decided.

Don't use 101 for now says police

The 101 non emergency number for Cambridgeshire police is back working.

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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Josh Ford’s double saw Wisbech Town come from behind to beat Cleethorpes Town 2-1 in an enthralling FA Vase second round clash.

Wisbech ladies v St Ives, Hockey. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech captain Charlie Baxter believes a big crowd could inspire his side to victory in tomorrow’s basement battle with Felixstowe.

Dick Creasey. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey says teams will be lining up to knock them off their perch after last season’s stunning FA Vase run.

Doddington United v Outwell Swifts. Picture: Steve Williams.

March Town Ladies put in a brave performance against Newmarket but they are out of the Ladies S Tech League Cup after a 2-1 second leg loss at the GER on Sunday.

Jonnie Peacock. Photo credit: Paul Sanwell / OP Photographic

Doddington sprinter Jonnie Peacock has admitted 2014 has not gone how he’d hoped but he is determined to get back to his best next year.

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Friday, November 21, 2014

Christmas will be even more sparkling this year at England’s greatest Elizabethan house – with a free craft fair, extra seasonal shopping and a feast of festive food.

Young performers rehearsing their roles for King's Lynn Corn Exchange's pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

King’s Lynn Corn Exchange has begun its magical Christmas journey with rehearsals under way for this year’s pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Chantel McGregor is a two-time winner of the 'guitarist of the year' title at the British Blues Awards.

The first female artist to have been voted ‘guitarist of the year’ in the history of the British Blues Awards comes to Newmarket next week for a concert.

Des O'Connor

Blood Brothers is the highlight of the new spring season at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.

March will be lit up for Christmas on Friday, November 28.

Fenland starts lighting up for Christmas next week with three towns turning on their festive street decorations in three days.

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