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Yesterday, 16:27

Members of Fenland District and Benwick Parish councils gathered with project partners and villagers as excited school children got to try out the £115,000 play park for the first time on Friday, June 16.

Mike Petty, a research historian with expert knowledge of River Great Ouse and drainage of the Fens, shared some of his research with The March Society in an enjoyable talk.

Dozens of guests helped mark the opening of a new and innovative funeral home in Wisbech.

Ambitious plans to regenerate Wisbech are a ‘once in a lifetime window of opportunity’ to transform the town and its community.

Local slimmers collected 360 bags of clothes that are now too big for them, in just two weeks, to raise money for a cancer charity.

A petition has been set up calling for action to stop a dog attacking another child after the Jack Russell bit a five year old girl’s face in an unprovoked attack.

A plan to let Whittlesey Town Council buy the local police station has been given the green light.

A grateful wife and her friend is planning to jump out of a plane to raise cash for Magpas Air Ambulance as a thank-you for saving her husband’s life following a fluke accident.

A Wisbech art and design student who was told she would never get to university because of her dyslexia has been crowned College of West Anglia’s student of the year.

Wisbech News

Yesterday, 12:14

Mike Petty, a research historian with expert knowledge of River Great Ouse and drainage of the Fens, shared some of his research with The March Society in an enjoyable talk.

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Dozens of guests helped mark the opening of a new and innovative funeral home in Wisbech.

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Ambitious plans to regenerate Wisbech are a ‘once in a lifetime window of opportunity’ to transform the town and its community.

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Two East Anglian companies, which together operate more than 30 Burger King outlets across the UK, are likely to have left unsecured creditors short by almost £20m, documents have revealed.

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Footage has emerged of the moment a drink driver caused a five vehicle crash on the A142 in Cambridgeshire.

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Yesterday, 10:28

More than 80 people have refused to leave their homes on the fire trap Chalcots Estate during the urgent evacuation last night.

Exposed gas pipes and inadequate fire doors are just some of the reasons in addition to the flammable cladding that the London Fire Brigade ordered the immediate evacuation of the Chalcots estate last night.

Camden council

Residents are being evacuated from all five tower block on the Chalcots Estate in an emergency move tonight.

Camden Council

Children’s Theatre Company Ipswich’s artistic director Bridie Rowe talks about newest production Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

Ipswich

A unique collection of photographs taken by children showing how places in Stevenage have changed over time is touring different locations across the town.

Barnwell School

West Norfolk News

Yesterday, 19:51

A charitable fund set up in memory of a popular Lowestoft teenager is continuing to help others after reaching a major milestone.

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Community midwives have thanked the volunteers who have donated £11,000 worth of equipment to their hospital.

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More than 150 fines have been handed to drivers as part of a police crackdown on parking along a busy road by a beauty spot where two men drowned.

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Norfolk County Council

A new £4m in-patient unit for mental health patients could be built in West Norfolk, alongside proposals to expand services.

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital

A historic tradition of soapbox racing in one of Norfolk’s most popular coastal resorts is to be revived after a 30-year hiatus.

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King's Lynn News

Yesterday, 12:14

Mike Petty, a research historian with expert knowledge of River Great Ouse and drainage of the Fens, shared some of his research with The March Society in an enjoyable talk.

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A man in his 20s was taken to hospital with serious injuries last night after a collision with a taxi in Wisbech.

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The Secret Garden Touring Park in Wisbech will host its fourth Midsummer Food and Craft Fair on Saturday June 24 from 10am to 4pm.

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Speed restrictions, lane closures and the closure of entire stretches of the region’s busiest route are planned for routine maintenance and resurfacing including around Wisbech.

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A Wisbech health and social care student has come third in a debut regional competition.

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