More than 150 art pieces made by local schoolchildren went on display as part of this year’s Whittlesey Festival.
Whittlesey Festival, now in its 11th year, is just days away with the town’s festivities kicking off next Sunday.
Libraries across Cambridgeshire are looking forward to a new season of arts activities including music, puppetry, comedy and theatre.
More than £800 has been raised for charity following an organised fundraising walk from Whittlesey to Coates and back again.
A Coates Brownie group are celebrating flying their new flag which was made possible after a funding boost from Forterra brickworks based in Whittlesey.
The Church of England is to send a ‘hit’ squad into the Fens to encourage people back to church.
Pupils from two Whittlesey schools were presented with sporting certificates in a special ceremony.
Work has begun on a state-of-the-art £9.3million care complex for the elderly in Whittlesey.
March Town Boxing Club enjoyed a successful evening at the recent Whittlesey ABC show on Saturday May 19.
Councillor Julie Windle has been elected mayor of Whittlesey at the town’s annual council meeting and will replace Councillor Ralph Butcher.
A Whittlesey councillor has been re-elected chairman of Fenland District Council – just days after quitting her role as chairman of the local Conservative association.
The Mayor of Whittlesey handed over a £1,150 cheque to the Coates 1st Brownies and another to the Scaldgate Club for adults with learning difficulties.
A community champion has received three awards in three weeks for her work in Whittlesey.
Combined Authority bosses have committed almost half a million pounds towards plans to bring jobs, infrastructure and more to nine market towns across Cambridgeshire - including Ely, March, Chatteris and Soham.
School children in Peterborough were congratulated by the Mayor of Whittlesey after they completed a series of sessions about football refereeing.
Pupils in Whittlesey had a visit from the town’s mayor who presented certificates to those who had participated in ‘fun football sessions’.
A new team has been voted in at the Whittlesey Business Forum.
A wildlife conservation charity, Froglife, was joined by students from Sir Harry Smith Community College to build a communal wildlife area in the Whittlesey allotments.
First glimpse of plans for a combined fire and police station in Wisbech will be unveiled at a public meeting on Monday (November 27).