A man who died after being hit by a lorry near Little Downham while repairing a tractor on the roadside has been named as Alvis Smith from Wisbech.
MP Steve Barclay’s Read to Succeed campaign is in full swing having already raised more than £5,000 with local businesses, town and district councils all donating.
Three rings worth more than £16,000 have been stolen from a jewellers in Peterborough.
A classic car insurance company is urging people to stay on the look out for a stolen 50 year old red VW Beetle.
A well-known Fenland company has been fined more than £500,000 after one of its drivers narrowly escaped serious injury when their tipper vehicle came into contact with overhead power lines.
Wisbech claimed Fenland derby honours when beating local rivals March in a dramatic Cambs & Hunts Premier League clash last Saturday.
Wisbech RUFC have begun preparations and planning for the next season.
A footballer from Wisbech St Mary has been selected for the England under 16 team.
Wisbech Town Hockey Club have teamed up with Peckover School and volunteer coaches are delivering an hours coaching each week to years three and four.
Five members of the March Marlin Swimming Club qualified for the Regional Championships this year which was held over two different weekends at Norwich and Luton.
With a star-studded female cast including Helena Bonham Carter, Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway and Rihanna, ‘Ocean’s 8’ is the ultimate heist movie - it really has to be seen to be believed.
Chatteris Music Society will host the Julian Bliss Quintet on Saturday June 30 when they perform ‘A trip down Tin Pan Alley’ at Chatteris Parish Church.
An explosion of glitter, urban glam and grime brought Cambridge to a standstill this weekend as Strawberries and Creem Festival went off with a bang for the fifth year running.
An exhibition celebrating the musical history of The Fens and Brecks is coming to Wisbech and March this month.
An Ely oboist is one of four soloists performing at Norfolk Symphony Orchestra’s annual summer concert.
Two men will be cycling from John O’Groats to Lands End to raise money in memory of two friends who died of cancer.