Armed police and a dog unit were called to Wisbech and arrested three men on suspicion of assault following a disturbance on Wednesday afternoon.
Joe Perry says letting go of his frustration about not enjoying himself is the secret to reaching the quarter-finals of the UK Championship.
Organisations across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are teaming up as part of a national campaign to help support those struggling with mental health issues during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Snooker ace Joe Perry believes his season is finally taking off after battling from behind to produce a fine comeback in the UK Championship.
Some of our step five and six teams will return to action before Christmas despite the new coronavirus tier system coming into force.
Wisbech Town chairman Paul Brenchley has confirmed the club will only return to action until supporters are allowed back through the turnstiles.
Wisbech held its virtual Christmas lights switch-on event on Sunday.
A woman has described the terrifying moment she and her friend crashed into a ditch on a village road while retrieving her beloved pet.
A Fenland school pupil has been selected to train at one of England’s leading professional rugby clubs.
A Fenland community centre was targeted by vandals during a spate of incidents in the space of a week, which its chairman has called “disheartening”.
A service was held at HMP Whitemoor to remember those who lost their lives during an RAF training flight 79 years ago.
A woman said she is “deeply devastated” after her application to be buried next to her late father was refused.
A woman who has supported the charity that looked after her late mother has continued to play her part amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
A restaurant owner says the hospitality industry has been “absolutely battered” by Covid-19 and is calling on the government to help keep the sector alive.
A Christmas lights committee is urging residents to avoid “great danger” after a foiled attempt to remove one of its poles.
A Cambridgeshire hospice is launching it second fundraising appeal of the year as it bids to continue providing expert and compassionate end-of-life care.
A village farm company is urging people to dig deep and help the environment for this year’s National Tree Planting Day.
Two sports clubs are delving into another activity in a bid to develop leaders of the future.
The season may have been cancelled, but if there was to be any action, March Bears Rugby Club would most certainly be ready for it.
A new video contact system giving parents the chance to see their babies virtually during the Covid-19 pandemic was launched earlier than planned at a Cambridgeshire hospital.
It’s been a mixture of emotions for Wisbech Town FC in recent days.
A Fenland care home has aimed to bring happiness and excitement to residents’ lives by holding a range of activities.
Two March youngsters have smashed their fundraising target in a bid to help their local community as they prepare to take on their first duathlon.
Fenland and East Cambridgeshire recorded the lowest number of schools with confirmed coronavirus cases in the county for the week beginning November 16.
The chairman of a village football club said he sees “a great future” for the grassroots game in Cambridgeshire as it looks to return from a second national lockdown.
A man in his sixties was hospitalised after being attacked by masked men at his home in Littleport.
Residents who are suffering from or at risk of fuel poverty in northern Cambridgeshire, including Fenland, will hope to benefit from a new charity project aimed at tackling the issue.
A young cricketer hopes earning an academy place at one of England’s professional cricket clubs can be the start of a bright and fruitful career in the sport.
The founder of the Cambs Youth Panel (CYP), which has provided computers and laptops to youngsters during the Covid-19 pandemic, says his team will fight on despite requests for government support being rejected.
Chatteris potter Joe Perry said he resents the lack of travelling to tournaments due to the coronavirus pandemic and hopes to return to his favourite British venues sooner rather than later.