It majestically stands at the entrance to the Capital of the Fens and now a £10 million major heritage project is hoping to restore the Wisbech Corn Exchange back to its former glory.
Four letter words peppered the air as uproar erupted at a Fenland Council meeting last night that only ended when a protestor was removed from the council chamber.
The Environment Agency (EA) has warned of “ongoing and significant pollution” of a stretch of the River Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire.
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Donning a bow tie for the special occasion, Pharaoh the llama stole the show at a Wisbech wedding over the weekend.
Chatteris duo, Dan and Dave, have just passed through central Asia on their gruelling 12,500 mile journey from the Fens to Japan in a 2002 Toyota Yaris in aid of Children in Need.
Chatteris has won gold in this year’s Anglia in Bloom competition.
A Wisbech councillor described libraries as ‘outdated’ during a debate earlier today on plunging usage figures for computers since charges were introduced.
Two men from the Fens who are driving from Chatteris to Toyko in aid of Children in Need have arrived in Uzbekistan after a gruelling 11-hour trip along an “absolutely horrendous” road in Kazakhstan.
Saturday’s speedway meeting at West Row involving Fen Tigers was abandoned after two separate crashes left two riders injured and in two separate hospitals all without the first heat being completed.
Teacher Charli Ward has posted photos of her car that was forced off the road in a bid to find the driver responsible.
A taxi driver was threatened with a knife late last night (Sat) after he was booked to take a customer from Littleport to Ely.
A photo of injuries sustained by a young mother in a hit-and-run incident in the Fens has been shared over 2,000 times on Facebook to find the other driver.
A Wisbech girl who spent her pocket money on ice lollies for firefighters tackling a large outdoor blaze during the heatwave was rewarded with a private tour of the town’s fire station.
Vandals smashed up lanterns and other items in the gardens of Wisbech Castle and left them broken and strewn around the area.
A video showing the progress made on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade over the summer months has been released.
An injured seal spotted on the Great River Ouse has been tracked down and treated.
A silver Saab was abandoned after reversing at speed into a Cambridgeshire village shop in an unsuccessful ram raid.
A March postman has raised £1,400 with his latest hike to raise money for a children’s charity.
The transformation of the historic Wisbech Castle has led to the discovery of a secret room.
A burnt out hair salon – destroyed by a fire earlier this year – will be demolished after the owner was told it is impossible to rebuild over or near public sewers.
Wisbech Town Hockey Club held another two day hockey camp last week for boys and girls aged between nine to 16 years old.
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Two men broke in to the Spar shop in Benwick, overnight, leaving those who live above “very frightened”.
A pastor who campaigns against homosexuality has condemned Ely Cathedral for flying the pride flag calling it an “appalling example of the Church of England jumping on a fashionable secular bandwagon.”
A Fenland couple believe they have captured rare fireflies using their night-vision CCTV system during Britain’s hottest night of the year.
A pothole deep enough to fit a man’s head that formed in the middle of a road has been filled in by workmen.
A starving stray dog, found wandering at the side of a railway line covered in tar, has been called Brewster in a naming competition to help raise funds for his care.
Speedway was abandoned at Mildenhall last night before the end after a paramedic was hit in the eye by flying shale and the match ended prematurely because of lack of medical cover.
Champagne, cake and birthday wishes from America were all part of celebrations as a popular former teacher from Whittlesey turned 100.