I am a committee member on the Cambs 876 Remembered a commemorative project devised and being conducted by Eastern region members of the Riders Branch, Royal British Legion.
This photo of Broad Street, March was taken about 1925.
May I through your column say a big ‘thank-you’ to the three gentlemen who came to my aid when I had fallen in The Chase (Gaul Road), March last week.
A terraced bungalow on Colvile Road, Newton, was destroyed by fire last night, leaving three people hospitalised.
Maddie Booth, a sixth form student at Wisbech Grammar School, has organised a fashion show to raise money for children’s charity, Unicef.
Tributes have been paid to local sportsman and ‘great socialiser’ Sid Garratt, who died last month, aged 84.
Ice Hockey hero Ross Clarke has had years of hard work on the ice rewarded by earning a place in England’s under 14s squad.
2016 has been a year to forget for Wisbech Hockey Club’s men’s first team so far.
In the absence of a Wisbech first XV game, Wisbech Wildcats stepped in and showed their talents with a 55-12 hammering of Shelford.
After watching the team prepare for the upcoming Six Nations, they had rugby balls, shirts and even phone covers signed by some of their heroes, including newly appointed captain, Dylan Hartley.
Would you like to perform on the main stage of Ely Folk Festival alongside some of the best British folk and roots acts around?
Like Shakespeare but are fed-up with the usual suspects - Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet and so on? - Then the Cambridge Arts Theatre is the place for you this week.
The Hollywood Special Effects Show is coming to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange this half-term, giving audiences the inside scoop on the secret side of cinema.
Sean ‘The Confusionist’ Alexander, one of the UK’s leading illusionists, brings his new show to St Ives this month.
The Cambridge Junction was rammed to the rafters when DJ Chris Groove and Smoove and Turrell warmed up the crowd before Craig Charles took to the stage for his Funk and Soul Club.
Sing your way to better health is the name of the game for a new choir being launched by a doctors’ surgery in March, Cambridgeshire.
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