Members of Upwell Gilbert & Sullivan Society have been busy rehearsing for their production of operetta ‘The Sorcerer’ which will be performed at St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Outwell.
The RSPCA is appealing for information to find the people responsible for dumping two poorly foals in a muddy field just hours from death.
The Wisbech General Cemetery has received a massive cash boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The family of a popular man from Elm has donated more than £1,000 to thank doctors and nurses at two hospitals.
Ten years after an enforcement team set fire to John Gawthorp’s illegal ‘stable home’ at Bedlam Bridge, March, the site has acquired new owners who this time want to turn it into an aquaponics centre.
Joe Perry will have to qualify for the Betfred World Snooker Championships after crashing out of the China Open in the first round.
It was honours even as two of Fenland’s top ladies football teams went head-to-head last weekend.
Arran Duke admitted he was “gutted” for his Wisbech St Mary side after a late goal saw them slip to defeat in the Thurlow Nunn First Division last Saturday.
Joe Perry will hope to break his China Open jinx next week.
It’s often called the fastest growing sport in the world, and this region is a hotbed of mixed martial arts talent. MARK HEATH looks at fighters for you to follow in his latest Flying Knee column.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show will make its way off the page and onto the Theatre Royal stage in Bury St Edmunds next weekend.
Mad cap comic Russell Brand is coming to the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Tuesday April 4.
Coronation anthems composed by George Frideric Handel for George II in 1727 will be the centrepiece of a concert at Peterborough Cathedral on Saturday April 1.
Are you feeling stressed? Then a meditation retreat like the one that Drolma Buddhist Centre is bringing to Wisbech Library may be the answer to your relaxation prayers.
Alexander Goodwin will perform an organ recital at Ely Cathedral on Monday April 3.
A group set up to kick start economic growth in the region has accused an MP, who reported them to a government spending watchdog, of making “wholly inaccurate and defamatory” suggestions about it.
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