The March Society is calling on people in the town to ‘treasure their treasures’ as it prepares for this year’s Heritage Open Days.
“Don’t come hare coursing in Cambridgeshire” is the clear message from local police as they look to clamp down on the activity.
A council report has revealed that Fenland has experienced the highest increase in the number of people referring to alcohol treatment services in the county.
Historic Wisbech Castle – reported to have been originally built by William the Conqueror- is for sale.
Police are appealing for an HGV driver to come forward after a collision in Welney left a motorist with minor injuries.
Wisbech St Mary boss Arran Duke says his men are full of confidence ahead of this weekend’s clash with Halstead Town – but is aware of the threat the Essex side pose.
Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey has hailed his players after they defied the form book and hammered Cambridge City 4-1 in the final of the Cambs Invitation Cup.
Wisbech Town’s dream of an FA Cup run was brought to an abrupt halt on Saturday after they were comprehensively swept aside by UCL rivals Peterborough Sports.
Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey is out for revenge against the side that condemned his men to an opening day defeat.
Wisbech St Mary boss Arran Duke is looking to his men to cause King’s Lynn Town Reserves some problems when they visit Beechings Close tomorrow night.
Ross Noble, the king of improvisational comedy, will visit the Cambridge Corn Exchange, Peterborough Cresset and King’s Lynn Corn Exchange this month as part of his 15th tour.
St Peter’s Church, Wisbech is to host their version of ‘The Last Night at the Proms’ to raise funds for its upkeep on Saturday September 10.
Drolma Buddhist Centre will host a meditation retreat event titled Meditation and the Art of Happiness next weekend.
Roar with Laughter, a comedy event being held at the Quy Mill Hotel & Spa in Stow cum Quy, takes place next month.
A newly formed conservation group is embarking on a series of activities aimed at increasing the understanding of Whittlesey’s historic mud walls.
Take a step back in time to a bygone age at a museum that celebrates gadgets of our daily lives alongside war time gizmos.
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