Local radio presenter and broadcaster Paul Stainton is quitting the mid morning show and leaving BBC Radio Cambridgeshire to concentrate on his media and communications company.
Friends of a “truly amazing, inspiring” young mum living in Wisbech St Mary with “extremely aggressive” facial cancer have raised nearly £3,000 so she can “make ever-lasting memories” with her daughter.
A Sunday league football match was held up after a snake slithered onto the pitch.
Have your say on the future of Whittlesey with workshops to talk about how to shape the town and a promise that no idea is a bad one.
Three sisters have made it through to the finals of a national catwalk contest.
Ashley Taylor has stepped down as manager of Chatteris Town.
Ely Tigers claimed their first win of the new London Leagues season at the expense of Cambridgeshire neighbours, Wisbech, on Saturday.
Football is known for its fast and frenetic pace – but a group from Fenland are rolling back the years by taking part in bi-weekly sessions of a slowed-down version of the sport.
A Wisbech equestrian expert is celebrating after qualifying for a top horse show and getting married – all in the space of one week.
Based on the hugely popular Stephen King novel of the same name which has been terrifying readers for decades, the 2017 imagining of ‘IT’ is deliciously creepy and genuinely unnerving.
Denis O’Regan, Queen’s official tour photographer throughout the 1970s and 80s, will visit Cambridge this week for a one-night-only exhibition.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) is set to perform the first orchestral concert of the 2017/18 Cambridge Classical Concert Series.
Subterranean, a new one-day indoor rock and indie festival, is coming to the Cambridge Corn Exchange this month.
Explore one of Cambridgeshire’s quaintest churches when Emmanuel Church in Parson Drove hosts a flower festival next weekend.