A woman born on the day when World War One was officially declared over, and given a name to reflect the hope for peace, is preparing to celebrate her 99th birthday this Remembrance Day.
Five musical acts will perform at March Town Hall as part of Under the Bridge 6 later this month.
A couple, who were the first to celebrate nuptial mass in a Fenland church for more than 400 years, have celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary.
A fashion graduate from Wisbech is hoping to bag as many online sales as she can after starting her own accessories business.
A 95-year-old RAF veteran posted to Mildenhall after beating an American general at squash during the Second World War is having his garden transformed thanks to a DIY SOS style project.
Posting on their Facebook page on Friday (May 12) the museum wrote: “#OnThisDay in 1910 the proclamation was made in the Ely Market Square of King George V’s accession to the throne!
Wisbech Inline Speed Skaters Eve McInerney could be the latest local talent to represent their country on the European stage.
“If I say I’m going to do it, then my record suggests I’ve done it.”
A biker is taking to the road for a 2,000 mile round trip to raise money for a national charity that takes injured veterans on motorbike holidays of their dreams.
A retiring station commander from Benwick who joined Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service to help people hopes to forge a new career outside the service doing the same.
May I reply to the views expressed in the letter ‘Unstable World’ (Postbag December 2).