A group of travellers who set up illegal encampments in Ely and Littleport before moving onto Wisbech are today being served an eviction order.
A plaque has been unveiled in Wisbech to honour the man who brought the Rolling Stones to the town.
Two reformers who shared Octavia Hill’s passions and enthusiasms have been remembered at the house in Wisbech where she was born.
Hundreds of runners – including some in wigs and tutus - were showered in a rainbow explosion of paint as Wisbech’s annual Brinks Colour Run returned to the town yesterday (Sunday May 20).
A new flag has been raised over Centenary Green in Wisbech celebrating the town’s famous Octavia Hill, the co-founder of the National Trust.
The mother of a Wisbech social reformer has taken her place in a memorial to unsung heroes.
A plaque commemorating Octavia Hill’s mother, Caroline Southwood Hill, is to be unveiled at the birthplace house in Wisbech this weekend.
A bid to pitch practice opportunities at a broader range of instrumentalists has been unveiled at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House in Wisbech.
A nine-hour music marathon will be held at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House in Wisbech on Saturday November 4.
Members of the Wisbech Society enjoyed a private tour of a 17th century house in Wimbledon on Saturday.
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 credit to themselves, to Fenland and the In Bloom initiative across the entire country”.