Former town clerk Erbie Murat says the St George flag flying over the Wisbech council chamber is a ‘tattered insult’.
Six figure salary posts within the new Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority have been put on hold whilst an internal disagreement over how much is being spent is resolved.
A prestigious exhibition opens in Newmarket with rarely seen work from an artist who catures the peace before race day and the tension as it begins.
Six women have been awarded after sharing their weight loss journeys and losing 21.5 stone between them.
Police have been urged to go further and tackle other forms of anti social and criminal behaviour in Wisbech Park after reporting they’d arrested a man who exposed himself there today.
Captain Gary Freear has challenged his Wisbech players to end the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season on a high and to prove they want to be part of the team next summer.
CMB lifted the Ivan Henson Memorial Trophy after seeing off the challenge of local rivals March Town last weekend.
Dick Creasey admits he was disappointed to see Wisbech Town concede a goal last night – despite watching them smash NINE past Sleaford Town.
For most involved in sport, one win at a competition is enough.
Jordan Gill has made the biggest change of his boxing career – but still has his sights set firmly on claiming a title by the end of the year.
‘Touching, funny and utterly original’, Scamp Theatre’s adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s ‘Stick Man’ is coming to the Cambridge Corn Exchange.
The Friends of Wisbech Museum are hosting a free exhibition at the Wisbech and Fenland Museum from Saturday August 19 to October 21.
You Me At Six have been announced as the final headliners for Sundown Festival in Norwich.
Prepare for Peterborough city centre to be brought to life with a mixture of art installations, theatre, performance art, and parades on Friday and Saturday.
Folk in the Town returns for a second year, offering two days of traditional folk, Americana and Blue Grass music to get your toes tapping - and entry is free.
Local services we receive from our councils matter a lot to all of us all and the quality of those services matters far more than which council provides them.