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Earl Soham brewery in Suffolk and Elgood’s brewery from Wisbech have taken home the two top spots at the SIBA East Independent Beer Awards, taking home overall gold in the “cask” and “bottled & canned” beer competitions respectively.

An 83-year-old Cambridgeshire man who was jailed for 18 sexual offences against four girls has had his prison term increased by seven years after an appeal against his sentence.

Gymnast superstar Sam Oldham visited a Chatteris school in a bid to get children excited about fresh produce and cooking with their parents.

The Mayor of Wisbech was joined by members of the town council as he opened up the annual Statute Fair in the town centre.

Will they go all the way? Well you’ll have to get tickets to The Full Monty in Ely to find out.


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Wisbech Town produced a stunning second-half comeback to claim their first Northern Premier League East Division home success last Saturday.

March AC have secured third place in the 200-mile Round Norfolk Relay open race over the weekend.

March Town finished the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season on a high last Saturday – thanks to batting and bowling milestones.

Perseverance paid off for Wisbech Grammar’s U11a Hockey team at the annual Junior Hockey competition.

Wisbech suffered a second tough defeat at home to promotion chasing Holt on Saturday afternoon, losing 19-27 to the league leaders.

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Will they go all the way? Well you’ll have to get tickets to The Full Monty in Ely to find out.

An evening of anecdotes and stories from Joanna Lumley’s career will take place in Cambridge next month.

One of the world’s best known Cliff Richard tribute artists is hoping to get the crowds rocking and rolling when he brings his show to The Princess Theatre Hunstanton.

The Kings Lynn Players latest musical production, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! will be staged from November 14 to 17 at The Guildhall of St George.

A group of famous faces are set to take on the challenge of their lives, as they work on the front line of British policing with one of the country’s busiest police forces in Channel 4’s Famous and Fighting Crime.

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