It’s a case of sink or swim for Wisbech Town at step four according to boss Brett Whaley after they suffered back-to-back Northern Premier League South East Division defeats in three days.
Wisbech Rugby Club did not let the coronavirus pandemic stop them from hosting their annual awards event at the weekend.
Leverington Ladies became the early pacesetters in the Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division after coming on top in a five-goal thriller.
One of Wisbech’s tennis stars has added more silverware to his collection following an impressive season.
March Town Ladies responded to a depleting FA Cup exit with a winning start to their Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division campaign.
A new radio station in the Fens which launched this month has revealed its new manager.
A mother who baked her way to raising funds for a heartfelt cause said she could not believe the response she received.
There have been many individuals and organisations in and around Whittlesey that have played their part in helping their community, and a couple more can be added to that list.
A band of superheroes, from Superman to Wonder Woman, will be descending on the Fens this weekend as part of a marathon fundraiser.
No Christmas switch-on event, market or fun fair, but March will still be lit up as a sign of hope for better things to come.
For one Sutton Bridge golfer, he could not have wished for a better tournament.
A March primary school have said they are “continuing to monitor the situation” after a pupil tested positive for Covid-19, its first reported case since lockdown began.
A Fenland athlete became a warrior after taking part in a gruelling triathlon to raise charity cash.
Coronavirus may have halted this year’s Whittlesey Christmas Extravaganza, but organisers hope they can still provide some community spirit during the festive season.
They perhaps could not have had a tougher start to their league campaign, but Wisbech Town must remain positive if they are to bounce back stronger, according to their boss.
Park Ladies began their promotion bid to Cambridgeshire’s top flight in style with a resounding win on the road.
Sophie Swinden scored an opening day hat-trick as Leverington Ladies made the perfect start to their Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division campaign.
Wisbech Rugby Club have showed their determination to improve facilities at their Chapel Road, despite months of lockdown.
It was a tight contest at Wisbech Tennis Club’s latest tournament as they wrapped up a full finals day.
March Town ended a disappointing Rutland League campaign with a dramatic victory on Sunday.
A boy was rushed to hospital today (Wednesday) after being involved in a collision in a Fenland village.
Residents are being invited to nominate talented individuals for this year’s Living Sport Virtual Sports Awards.
Rough sleepers who have been housed across Fenland during the coronavirus pandemic will continue to be helped after more council funding was secured.
The Red Arrows will be thundering through the skies today (Friday), including parts of the Fens, as part of an anniversary flight.
A Cambridgeshire teenager who shed five stone to jump 10,000 feet in aid of his stepdad has finally achieved his goal, more than five months later.
A motorcyclist was sent to hospital with serious injuries after a collision with a car in Whittlesey.
Jack’s supermarket in Chatteris has shown its support to the local community by donating towards different causes.
They wanted to complete the final few metres of a charity run with their 91-year-old mother, and for two sisters, they managed to achieve their goal.
They were supposed to mark their centenary year in style before the coronavirus pandemic began, but that has not stopped Wisbech Town FC from doing so on the pitch.
Wisbech Town manager Brett Whaley believes his team can prove the doubters wrong in their opening league game, as long as they can quickly improve on their mistakes.