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Yesterday, 17:37
Peterborough
A number of classic cars and a family home were completely destroyed by a fast spreading fire.

, 
Thorney, A47, 
09/02/2016
Picture by Terry Harris.

A house and vintage cars – themselves worth an estimated £500,000- were destroyed in last night’s blaze at Thorney.

Air Cadets from were joined by other squadrons from the Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Air Cadet Organisation.  An unprecedented number of 750 cadets and 75 uniformed staff paraded through the City of Ely.

Air cadets from across Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire got together in Ely to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the organisation.

Hugh Duberly
The Geoff Hobbs lorry that was recovered from a field on the A142, New Road junction, Chatteris

A driver had a lucky escape on Monday when his lorry careered across the carriageway, narrowly missed a lamp post, took down some road signs and ended up on its side.

Cheque presentation to Magpas

Adam Brooker, 23, was involved in a serious road traffic collision near Peterborough in October 2014, when his car collided with a lorry, leaving him trapped inside the vehicle and suffering from serious life-threatening injuries.

Addenbrooke's Hospital
Ravenswood Pet Rescue shop needs volunteers

Volunteers are needed to help run a shop that raises vital funds for an animal rescue.

Adrianna J. Tetnowski, author of 'The Dark Maiden', the first book in my 'The Tales of Iradas' series.

An 18 year old student has self published her debut book after four years working on the teenage dark fantasy fiction.

Prince
Grippa's fund raising appeal

A woman who used to run a dog rescue centre is appealing for help to find £6,000 needed for a hip replacement for her Spanish mastiff cross.

Spain
Rt Rev David Thomson

Don’t just give up chocolate or alcohol for Lent instead take up three things - that’s the message from the Bishop of Huntingdon.

West Norfolk
Meadowgate Volunteer Police Cadets ‘Passing Out’ Parade, Wisbech. Joshua Harvey, Picture: Steve Williams.

Eight young volunteer police cadets became the pride of Cambridgeshire during a ceremony to mark the completion of their training at Meadowgate School in Wisbech.

Graham Bright

Wisbech News

Yesterday, 18:00
Ravenswood Pet Rescue shop needs volunteers

Volunteers are needed to help run a shop that raises vital funds for an animal rescue.

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Meadowgate Volunteer Police Cadets ‘Passing Out’ Parade, Wisbech. Joshua Harvey, Picture: Steve Williams.

Eight young volunteer police cadets became the pride of Cambridgeshire during a ceremony to mark the completion of their training at Meadowgate School in Wisbech.

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Graham Bright
woman arrested in Wisbech

A woman was arrested on last night (Monday) in Wisbech after police were called to reports of a disturbance in Elm Road.

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Queen Elizabeth II

Volunteers will be turning out in force in support of the Clean for the Queen anti-litter campaign in March.

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Peter Murphy
A House fire closes the A47 Between Thorney and Eye.,
A47, Peterborough
08/02/2016. 
Picture by Terry Harris.

Crews remain at the scene of a fire tonight that has destroyed a farm house in Cambridgeshire.

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Wisbech

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Yesterday, 17:37
Peterborough
A number of classic cars and a family home were completely destroyed by a fast spreading fire.

, 
Thorney, A47, 
09/02/2016
Picture by Terry Harris.

A house and vintage cars – themselves worth an estimated £500,000- were destroyed in last night’s blaze at Thorney.

The Geoff Hobbs lorry that was recovered from a field on the A142, New Road junction, Chatteris

A driver had a lucky escape on Monday when his lorry careered across the carriageway, narrowly missed a lamp post, took down some road signs and ended up on its side.

Meadowgate Volunteer Police Cadets ‘Passing Out’ Parade, Wisbech. Joshua Harvey, Picture: Steve Williams.

Eight young volunteer police cadets became the pride of Cambridgeshire during a ceremony to mark the completion of their training at Meadowgate School in Wisbech.

Graham Bright
Action from the derby clash between St Neots Men's 1sts and St Ives 2nds last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Dan Sutton hit a late winner to earn St Neots Men’s 1sts a slice of derby glory and leave local rivals St Ives 2nds in East League relegation bother.

Cambridge
Races get underway

It was the sweet taste of victory for CHQ Architects this morning as they come out on top in Baldock’s Shrove Tuesday Pancake Day Race.

Baldock

West Norfolk News

Yesterday, 14:40
West Norfolk
Rt Rev David Thomson

Don’t just give up chocolate or alcohol for Lent instead take up three things - that’s the message from the Bishop of Huntingdon.

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Old Bedford Lock in Salters Lode near Downham Market. Picture: Ian Burt

The Environment Agency plans to incorporate another eel pass into the west Norfolk waterways when it upgrades the sluice at Salters Lode.

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Downham Market
Proposals for the new Lidl store on Aylsham Road, Norwich.
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

A budget supermarket chain is proposing to relocate less than 400m away to a site that already has permission for a new Morrisons.

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Norwich
Chinese New Year celebrations in Downham Market. Picture: Ian Burt

West Norfolk celebrated Chinese New Year in style with a traditional lion dance.

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Millsopps Estate Agents are backing the QEH and EDP's Excel Appeal, by donationg £100 for every customer they deal with who works for the NHS - From left, Pam Hart, Steve Galligan, Jane Denton, Estelle Frisby, Dale Newson and QEH fundraising executive Laurence Morlaas. Picture: Matthew Usher.

A prominent town estate agent has thrown its weight behind a hospital appeal for fundraising to improve its care of elderly patients.

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital

King's Lynn News

Friday, February 5, 2016
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn

A change to parking charges aims to make it easier and cheaper for thousands of people who park their vehicles when they visit the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.

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Queen Elizabeth II meets nurses Sarah Wallis and Daniela Reynolds (right) during a visit to The Norfolk Hospice at Hillington, near King's Lynn. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday February 4, 2016.  The Queen met patients, trustees, volunteers and medical professionals working at the hospice, which has been serving its local community - close to her Sandringham Estate - for over 30 years. See PA story ROYAL Hospice. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

The Queen has met patients and bereaved relatives as she visited The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House, that has recently only opened a new £3.4 million facility at Hillington near Kings Lynn.

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NHS
Two men arrested for assault and fraud vafter incident at Tesco in Wisbech

Two security officers at Tesco in Wisbech were assaulted on Wednesday morning – one left with a broken finger – as they tried to detain two men.

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Police Investigation Centre
Delamore charity run

Staff at a Fen firm will be pulling on their running shoes to raise money for charity when they take part in a 10K road race through the streets of King’s Lynn.

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Macmillan
An elderly man was threatened with an iron bar when his house was robbed on Thursday January 28.

An elderly man was threatened with an iron bar as thieves broke into his home and stole cash in Tipps End, near Welney.

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Agriculture

Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Cambridgeshire County Council
Left:  Farmer George Munns says it is a great way to make a living. Also in the picture is Edward Gowler, farmers Lucy and Jane Munns. Picture: Steve Williams

Budding farmers are being offered a life changing chance to start their own rural business after three farms have become vacant in the Fens.

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