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Police searching for a missing man from Outwell have today (Wednesday) found a body in River Nene in Wisbech.

Chapel road car park.Wisbech.

Police and council officials are working to make sure there is no breach of the peace after about 30 gypsy vans parked at the rugby field in Wisbech.

Bee Hotel  launched by facet and Sainsburys. Students from Facet with the Mayor of March Rob Skoulding and Michelle Connolly Sainsbury's PR ambassador. Picture: Steve Williams.

Busy bee students were out in force at the side of Sainsbury’s in March to plant a wildlife haven in March town centre.

Birds nest in tractor engine at  WWT Welney Wetland Centre.

A tractor engine is out of action at the WWT Welney Wetland Centre thanks to a family of pied wagtails and their four chicks ... who have nested in the engine.


People have been getting fit and healthy thanks to a five week lifestyle course.


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More than 600 young players from almost 80 teams took part in March Rangers Youth’s two day football tournament.

Fenland Running Club members Tracy Farr, Tracey Howard and Ian King.

Fenland Running Club is gearing up to host its third Get Running course, which is a free, six week course designed for beginners and returning runners.

Terrington against Wisbech Ladies.
Back: TERRINGTON Sheryl Thompson, Kate Skerry, Angela Kitchen and Victoria Brown
Front: WISBECH Pauline Maris, Sheila Hennessy, Janice England and Jacqui West

Wisbech Tennis Club kicked off a week of matches with a ladies friendly against a Terrington Coaching Group.

Jake Giddings and Kieran Griffin celebrate their Rockingham podium.

Wisbech racer Jake Giddings has a top five finish in his sights at Silverstone this weekend.

Doddington United celebrate in the changing rooms after winning Kershaw Senior B.

Kershaw Senior B champions Doddington United are looking for applicants for their first team manager position.

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Friday, May 22, 2015

Reporter Kath Sansom talks to American comedian Reginald D Hunter as he prepares to visit Peterborough on his 45-date UK tour.

Kenilworth House open as part of the National Garden Scheme.

Two country gardens are open in the Fens for The National Gardens Scheme which raises money for charity.

The Pirates of Penzance is performed at Cambridge Arts Theatre from June 9-13 by an all-male cast.

Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic The Pirates of Penzance is reimagined in an award-winning all-male production that comes to Cambridge Arts Theatre next month.

Tom Odell.

Tom Odell has announced a special tour of the nation’s forests for 2015, performing in seven woodland venues as part of Forest Live.

Status Quo are at Burghley House on June 6.

Burghley House hosts two fabulous concerts next month, with top line names.

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Friday, May 22, 2015
Reginald D Hunter.

Reporter Kath Sansom talks to American comedian Reginald D Hunter as he prepares to visit Peterborough on his 45-date UK tour.

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