A sex offender from Wisbech who stole goods worth more than £11,000, including from a homeless charity, has admitted to multiple thefts and burglaries.
From using cats as a weight exercise to following fitness regimes in your back garden, Chatteris Netball Club know how to keep fit while in isolation.
Can you help identify the mystery man? If so, March Town Cricket Club are keen to know.
A medical practice in March accidentally sent letters to one of its patients who they believed were ‘at high risk’ of catching the coronavirus.
Fenland District Council has started to process the first of the Government grants to help local businesses through the coronavirus pandemic.
Some of Fenland’s key workers, from waste and recycling crews to postmen, have received praise from across the district for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Three new shelters have arrived at Whittlesea and Manea rail stops as part of a large-scale investment programme into Fenland’s train stations.
With Easter fast approaching, rail passengers have decided to leave a tasty treat for NHS workers at some of Cambridgeshire’s railway stations.
A Chatteris care home has been rated as one of the top 20 homes in the east of England.
It may be difficult to entertain local sports fans during the coronavirus pandemic, but some of Cambridgeshire’s cricketers are doing their best to keep their followers engaged.
Children across the county have been getting creative as part of a competition to promote fire safety.
Network Rail is appealing for former professional signallers in Cambridgeshire to help keep the railway running during the coronavirus crisis.
Residents across Cambridgeshire have been cheering up the mood by creating their own rainbows amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A new service is bringing together volunteers, support groups and partners across Fenland to help those most at risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
A four-year-old boy has been praised by Fenland police officers after his ‘random act of kindness’ at the weekend.
Forget going to the restaurants, residents have been tucking into a variety of dishes courtesy of a popular Fenland delivery service.
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) are appealing for support from the community in response to the “overwhelming” financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Young people across Cambridgeshire are helping children across the county enhance their education while at home during the coronavirus pandemic by providing new laptops.
More than £150 in cash and essential items, including hand sanitiser, were stolen from a homeless charity in Wisbech last night (March 26).
Our non-league and grassroots clubs will not play again this season after the Football Association called a halt to the 2019-20 campaign today (March 26).
Waste and recycling crews across Fenland who have gone above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic have been inundated with well wishes for their efforts.
A truck dealership in Ely is going above and beyond to support one of its local customers during one of the busiest times in its history.
Ten new oak trees have been planted in March thanks to the kind donations of local residents and businesses.
A home delivery service by community provider FACT, the Fenland Association for Community Transport, to help residents most in need is already making leaps and bounds.
A youth worker and kickboxing instructor from Wisbech has been nominated for a national LGBT award.
A popular bus service in Wisbech which was due to end this month will continue for at least another year, Fenland District Council (FDC) has confirmed.
Animals across Cambridgeshire will receive only emergency care from the RSPCA during the coronavirus crisis.
Play areas and skate parks across Fenland have been closed with immediate effect, but parks will remain open.
Billy Baxter delivered yet another impressive display to seal a finals spot at the National Junior Championships.
Positivity may be hard to come by at the moment, but one Fenland resident aims to provide just that.