Wisbech walked away with one of the top awards in the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) annual Britain in Bloom awards ceremony in Belfast on Friday.
New Government figures provide sustained cause for optimism at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech – a year after Ofsted concluded it still required ‘significant improvement’.
Star Wars actor Warwick Davis was the special guest at a Witchford primary school today as he gave a talk and answered questions about dwarfism.
Saving for a prolonged period of travel is essential, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey. And now might just be the best time to go.
A campaign for dualling the whole of the A47 in Cambridgeshire has been labelled as “essential to improving safety” by Mayor James Palmer.
Lib Dem Cllr Susan van de Ven called on the council today (October 16) to support a “people’s vote” on the terms of Brexit, with the possibility of remaining in the EU if it was decided leaving would be a bad idea.
A couple from Wisbech - who have raised vital funds for the Macular Society - have been presented with one of the sight loss charity’s top national awards.
A former March GP has spoken of his 22 days in captivity, after being kidnapped by gunmen high on cocaine and marijuana, while carrying out charity health work in Nigeria.
March is to play host to the first England darts youth grand prix finals.
They have returned, Dan Handley and Dave Brooks are back in the Fens after their gruelling 13,500 mile trip to Japan in aid of Children in Need.
An exhibition highlighting the vital role hundreds of local women played during and after the Second World War is being held at Wisbech and Fenland Museum.
Sex crimes against four to eight year olds have risen by a third in Cambridgeshire amid a campaign urging parents to talk to young children about staying safe from sexual abuse.
A manager of a Marshland St James care home has won a national award for her “incredible dedication” out of more than 1,500 nominations from across the UK.
TV broadcaster Jeremy Paxman is presenting a talk on Great Britain’s Great War and how it changed the nation in an event coming to Cambridge.
More than one in four Cambridgeshire children are finishing primary school obese or overweight, new figures reveal.
Women suffering complications following a mesh implant operation are urged to attend a hearing in Cambridge where they can tell their stories to a panel of experts.
In this week’s column, Peter Sharkey looks at what impact a rising life expectancy has on your savings.
A nine strong business board made up of eight men and one woman has taken over the work of the local enterprise partnership.
There are calls for Cambridgeshire County Council to join a push for a “people’s vote” on Brexit amid fears leaving the EU could be harmful for local businesses and residents.
Classic and vintage commercial vehicles go under the hammer with Ely auctioneers Cheffins.
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans
A replica of the Bayeux Tapestry will be taking pride of place in Wisbech Library for an exclusive talk and display.
Battle lines are being drawn up in the fight over the route for the A47 dualling project as protesters complain that they were not being listened to.
An inspirational woman who lived in supported accommodation in Wisbech after coming to the UK with no qualifications - is about to start her degree in London to become a doctor.
More than 2,500 F1 carp have been introduced to Head Fen Lakes and Fisheries ready for the winter season.
Mental health support group Talking FreELY is making October a big month by putting on two events, both free of charge and open to everyone.
Four people have been arrested and nine female sex workers are being protected by police as part of a nationwide crackdown on human trafficking and modern slavery.
Thousands of women in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are having to contend with the anxiety of long waits for their smear test results.
This week our financial columnist looks at how pensions fare across the globe – and which country is the wealthiest when it comes to their state pension
Could you be the next Paul Potts? Britain’s Got Talent auditions are coming to Cambridgeshire in October, so now’s your chance!