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Halloween trick or treating and fancy dress competition at the Horsefair shopping centre, Wisbech. Picture: Steve Williams.

GALLERY: Witches, ghosts, vampires and zombies converge on Wisbech’s Horsefair Centre for Halloween Trick or Treat event

There were witches, ghosts, vampires and zombies as far as the eye could see as hundreds of people packed the Horsefair Shopping Centre for their annual Halloween Trick or Treat extravaganza.

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Cambs fire crews begin four day strike from 6pm.

FOUR DAY STRIKE: Cambs fire crews to hand over to ‘resilience teams’ as chief fire officer warns of ‘zero tolerance of any behaviour that constitutes bullying or harassment’

Full time firefighters will formally hand control of Cambridgeshire fire service tonight to managers, on call part time firefighters, and re-trained back office workers to keep the county safe.

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Skip operator Israr Ahmed's waste: his operations have cost him £47,000 and a suspended prison sentence

Skip hire man who ran an illegal, rat infested waste site in March must pay £47,000 court rules

A skip operator who ran a rat infested waste site in March was today given a nine month suspended sentence and handed a confiscation and costs order for £47,000.

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Officers entering the house in Colvile Road, Wisbech, last May as part of Operation Pheasant.

Operation Pheasant still going strong as the battle to rid Fenland of its rogue landlords continues

Police and partner agencies are showing no signs of slowing down in their quest to rid Fenland of its rogue landlords.

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North Cambs Hospital.

MP Barclay launches investigation after woman claims she is refused help by out of hours medics at North Cambs Hospital

An MP has launched an investigation after a woman claims she was refused treatment by an out of hours doctors’ service in Wisbech.

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The riders arrive at Townley Primary School.

RAF airmen get heroes reception as they cycle into Townley Primary School in Christchurch in aid of swimming pool fund

Three airmen received a rapturous welcome when they rode into a primary school to complete an epic 138 mile two day bike ride.

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Blackfriars Bridge.

GALLERY: Outwell historian William Smith brings to life history of Wisbech Canal in new book

A historian has produced a book which charts the history of the Wisbech Canal.

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Waterlees dispersal orders.Picture: Steve Williams.

VIDEO: The difference a dispersal order has made in Waterlees, Wisbech

They may not know it yet, but troublemakers on a Wisbech estate who are mainly responsible for the 28 dispersal orders since August have a new law to make their lives more difficult.

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Papworth Hospital

Public asked to share their experiences of Papworth Hospital as it gears up for Care Quality Commission inspection

Papworth Hospital is due to be inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as part of a routine inspection of hospital services.

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Fenmarc sells it parsnips and carrots division in Lincolnshire to Produce World

March based Fenmarc – which last year boosted turnover 13 per cent to nearly £100million – has sold one of its businesses based in Lincolnshire.

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Halloween trick or treating and fancy dress competition at the Horsefair shopping centre, Wisbech. Picture: Steve Williams.

GALLERY: Witches, ghosts, vampires and zombies converge on Wisbech’s Horsefair Centre for Halloween Trick or Treat event

There were witches, ghosts, vampires and zombies as far as the eye could see as hundreds of people packed the Horsefair Shopping Centre for their annual Halloween Trick or Treat extravaganza.

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West Norfolk's fallen will be remembered on November 9, at Tower Gardens in King's Lynn. Picture: Matthew Usher.

West Norfolk prepares for Remembrance Day service

West Norfolk will remember those who lost their lives in the two world wars and more recent conflicts on Sunday, November 9.

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Amy Kinsey, Sam Shepherd, Tom Magor, Thomas Freer, Tom Kinsey and Sophia Stanton.

Inspirational entries for inaugural Frankie & Benny’s Wisbech Sports Awards

Nominations have been flying in for this year’s inaugural Frankie & Benny’s Wisbech Sports Awards ... and some of the nominees are truly inspirational.

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Wisbech football v Thurnby Nirvana. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech need to tighten up defensively after Thurnby escape, Creasey says

Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey says his side needs to improve defensively after they shipped four goals at home to Thurnby Nirvana on Saturday.

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Storyteller Maureen to reveal what happened to King John’s treasure when he visited Wisbech

A tale of what ‘really’ happened to King John’s treasure, after he visited Wisbech on his way from King’s Lynn to Swineshead in 1216, will be shared by storyteller Maureen James.

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Chelsea Bellfield Pearson of Chatteris RBL telling the crowd of George’s life.

Chatteris begins its annual commemoration to the fallen of both world wars

The poppy appeal kicked off in Chatteris with the aid of members of the Royal British Legion Riders Branch and RAF Wyton’s Pathfinders Motorcycle Club.

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One reader will win £100 of National Garden Gift Vouchers - the perfect Christmas present

One reader will win the ultimate Christmas present for their green-fingered relative or friend – £100 of National Garden Gift Vouchers.

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Skip operator Israr Ahmed's waste: his operations have cost him £47,000 and a suspended prison sentence

Skip hire man who ran an illegal, rat infested waste site in March must pay £47,000 court rules

A skip operator who ran a rat infested waste site in March was today given a nine month suspended sentence and handed a confiscation and costs order for £47,000.

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