Celebrate the anniversary of Peckover House joining the National Trust with a gallery art day.
A group of travellers who caused mayhem after they set up illegal encampments in Ely and Littleport have moved onto Wisbech.
Rough sleepers at a Wisbech sports field owned by the National Trust are refusing to leave – despite being offered night shelter.
An afternoon tea is being prepared at a National Trust property to help celebrate Mothering Sunday.
Cambridgeshire artists Sarah Evans and David Kefford, known as Aid & Abet, have created an artwork that celebrated old and new, tradition and innovation for Peckover House.
A Wisbech sports club hopes to raise more than £400,000 to fund a new clubhouse as part of the ‘Crockey Project’.
A couple who make rustic garden ornaments have been asked to design a set for a special Easter woodland trail at a National Trust property in the Lake District.
Endangered animals like turtle doves and water voles and rare plants like greater water parsnip are set to be saved for future generations to be enjoyed thanks to Lottery funding.
A nine-hour music marathon raised £585 to restore or replace the current grand piano at Octavia Hill Birthplace Museum in Wisbech. Held at the home
Anyone feeling creative as Christmas draws closer will be able to hone their festive flair soon at a National Trust workshop coming to Wisbech.
Brimblebottom the brown rat will be just one of the autumn creatures which children visiting the National Trust’s Peckover House this half term will be searching for.
Members of the Wisbech Society enjoyed a private tour of a 17th century house in Wimbledon on Saturday.
The history of Fenland was explored and celebrated last weekend as much of Cambridgeshire celebrated the Heritage Weekend.
A watch commander at Wisbech Fire Station is retiring from his wholetime duties after a lengthy career with Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service - but will return a month later to provide on-call cover.
Grab a chance to explore Peckover’s past and future for free as part of a popular annual heritage open day event.
A clutch of celebratory activities has been lined up to mark the anniversary of the death of Wisbech’s most famous daughter on Sunday (August 13).
A community group have called for action to tackle a drink and drug den in the grounds of Wisbech Rugby Club.