A new film has been released for employers to spot signs of modern slavery – a campaign familiar to workers in the Fens following police raids and jail terms for offenders.
On farmland at the old RAF Downham Market site a vision of the future was meant to take shape, employing 6,000 people and finding cures to deadly diseases.
The ambulance service is looking for volunteer car drivers to provide a lifeline for patients who have routine NHS appointments.
Alan Delaune from Burwell clearly has no fear of heights as he took to the skies strapped to the wings of a biplane for the wing walking challenge raising funds for two local charities, Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and Little Miracles.
A Whittlesey teenager joined some of the world’s biggest YouTube stars to raise more than £215,000 for charity and awareness about boys’ mental health.
Form is massively important in football – but Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey insists it will not be a factor going into his side’s League Cup final with rivals Yaxley on Bank Holiday Monday.
A one minute 12 second tourism advertisement produced by Fenland Council that produced a mixed response when it was aired in January, is to be followed by two others.
After more than a decade of being at the top of the UK festival scene, this year’s Secret Garden Party will be the last.
Dick Creasey has all but confirmed that teenage starlet Harry Limb will leave Wisbech Town for a higher-level club.
Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey says he is delighted that his men managed to secure their first three points on home soil since December on Saturday afternoon.
A poignant stop-motion film about the plight of the polar bear made by a Soham schoolgirl has gone viral.
Dick Creasey admitted everything was ‘flat’ in Wisbech Town’s 4-2 defeat to Northampton Sileby Rangers on Saturday.
The great outdoors is the focus of a new film advert promoting tourism in Fenland.
Dick Creasey was full of praise for strikers Harry Limb and Alex Beck after the duo found the net in Wisbech Town’s 3-0 success over Kirby Muxloe on Saturday afternoon.
A youth council made up of children in care has won a top national award for its work to improve outcomes for children and young people.
Dick Creasey believes Wisbech Town are under-achieving – despite sealing their finest success this season.