Dozens of FACET students spent this morning perfecting their Pudsey Bears as the charity college for adults with learning difficulties raised money for BBC Children In Need.
Chief constable Alec Wood has come under fire for judging a children’s drawing competition – days after saying that a Fenland officer posing for Halloween photos was a poor use of police time.
A house in Soham has been covered in Christmas decorations since September and there’s still more to be added.
A new pop-up restaurant is opening in Wisbech on Saturday November 11 at the Octavia Hill Birthplace Museum.
A recent BBC Antiques Roadshow featured the story of how an Ely man gave Queen Mary a lift to Cambridge. But there is more to the story than they - or the family –knew. Here is MIKE PETTY’S version.
A former BBC Food Personality of the Year winner is to host an Indian banquet at Wisbech Grammar School next week.
With a splendid super food salad starter (that included kale, pomegranate, cous cous, orange, melon seeds and beetroot) the scene was set for a fabulous dinner.
It was the highlight of the business year – the 2017 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards. And the most successful to date.
Two young people have joined Wisbech force as the first ‘police now’ graduates in Cambridgeshire.
Local radio presenter and broadcaster Paul Stainton is quitting the mid morning show and leaving BBC Radio Cambridgeshire to concentrate on his media and communications company.
Doddington paralympic hero Jonnie Peacock will appear on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing this year.
You Me At Six have been announced as the final headliners for Sundown Festival in Norwich.
The arrogance of Cambridgeshire County Councillors awarding themselves a 30 per cent increase on their allowances beggars belief.
One of Cambridgeshire’s most influential business leaders –chamber of commerce chief executive John Bridge – claims that re-opening of the Wisbech to March rail link is a lame duck.
“A credit to themselves, to Fenland and the In Bloom initiative across the entire country”.
The NR F1 Podcast takes to the airwaves to bring you its 2017 British Formula 1 Grand Prix preview.
Hundreds of people enjoyed the glorious sunshine in Wisbech last weekend at Elgoods Brewery’s annual Craft and Plant Fair.
Bletchley Park is to celebrate the centenary of Bill Tutte’s birth with a new exhibition about the elite codebreaker.
A health watchdog body, set up to protect patients, has admitted it wants to “avoid media attention on mesh.”
Grammy-nominated jazz singer Stacey Kent will perform at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday April 29.
A play about women’s rights activist Sylvia Pankhurst is coming to Wisbech.
Compensation of £550,000 has been paid by Cambridgeshire County Council to a woman – then 15 - who was sexually abused daily at a Whittlesey school in the 1990s.
BBC Look East journalist Sally Chidzoy has lodged an appeal after her harassment, bullying and discrimination case against her bosses was thrown out on a technicality.
I heard a talk the other day and I was bored rigid. Why are so many speeches being deliberately made so uninteresting?
A March radio presenter has been given his own show on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.
Meadowgate School in Wisbech raised £287.50 for Comic Relief through the sale of red noses.
A rapist who was at Whitemoor jail has been moved to a women-only prison after having gender reassignment surgery.
Farmers across East Anglia affected by the collapse of Wellgrain, one of the country’s largest regional grain merchants, face an uncertain time if they are among the 286 names on the list of creditors believed to be owed in excess of £15 million.
A local couple from Manea are the feature of BBC Two’s The House That 100K Built which airs Wednesday (15).
Irish country singer Brian Mann will perform at The Brook in Soham as part of a St Patrick’s Day celebration event.