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Yesterday, 17:02

Star Wars actor Warwick Davis was the special guest at a Witchford primary school today as he gave a talk and answered questions about dwarfism.

Forty doves were rescued from a blazing building near Whittlesey after arsonists struck last night settling alight cars, a tractor and a caravan.

A Fenland rail station has improved its carbon footprint and boosted passenger safety after having new solar-powered lights installed.

A man who was arrested after police attended a domestic in Wisbech was found with a lock knife on him.

Three vehicles collided on the A47 at Guyhirn this morning after one of the drivers did “not drive to the road and weather conditions”.

Sport

Yesterday, 17:18

A Wisbech man and his racing team clinched second place at a British Championship after returning to his love of competitive motorsport after more than 25 years.

Inspirational individuals who make a difference to grassroots football across Cambridgeshire were recognised at an awards evening.

March ladies football team put in the leg work for a good match but their efforts were not reflected in the final draw score.

March is to play host to the first England darts youth grand prix finals.

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Wed, 14:37

Rick Astley brings his new tour - The Beautiful Life - to the Cambridge Corn Exchange.

The world’s worst spy returns in Johnny English Strikes Again, but this time the threats are technologically daunting and the villain a billionaire cyber attacker.

For the first time in over six years, March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society (MADAOS) will perform a written musical.

An autumn trail is being weaved around the grounds of Peckover House in Wisbech for children to follow in half term.

TV broadcaster Jeremy Paxman is presenting a talk on Great Britain’s Great War and how it changed the nation in an event coming to Cambridge.

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Yesterday, 10:13

Six rescued common seal pups made their way to the sea and into the water at Hunstanton after spending several months rehabilitating at the Sea Life Sanctuary Seal Rescue Centre.

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