After securing the keys to the Estover pavilion and playing fields, directors running the site hope this will act as a hub that benefits both the sporting and wider community of March and Fenland.
They may have got away just in time, but that did not stop police from seizing a vehicle in a Fenland town.
He was going to run a mile for every pound raised for NHS charities, but today, one Fenland teenager is on the final stretch to completing his 500-mile run.
A woman who has been making handmade poppies for her local community during the coronavirus pandemic is aiming to turn the nation blue to honour those affected by the lockdown.
Passengers at two of Fenland’s railway stations are facing disruption until at least September as part of one train provider’s plans to continue running through the coronavirus pandemic.
A driver was taken to hospital and another reportedly fled the scene after a two-vehicle collision in a Fenland village.
It’s been a busy time off the pitch for Wisbech Town FC as they look to rebuild ahead of another campaign at step four.
After weeks of isolation, junior footballers were finally able to enjoy getting back on the pitch and for one coach, this has been a welcome relief.
Residents across Cambridgeshire have been shown how to use potentially life-saving equipment to help people getting into difficulties at some of the county’s water-risk areas.
Rail passengers are thought to benefit from a more reliable service as works to upgrade the track begin this month.
Reece Hall-Johnson has come a long way from the days of kicking a ball around in the park as a child, a hobby that has become a way of life.
Officers who dealt with reports of a young girl thought to be abducted in a Fenland town believe it was a misunderstanding.
Organisers of a memorial planned to be installed at HMP Whitemoor say their idea will ensure those who lost their lives during the Second World War will never be forgotten.
Three of Fenland’s sports clubs have received vital funding to help improve sporting opportunities for years to come.
Fen cops are “keeping an open mind” after reports that a young girl was abducted in a Fenland town.
A councillor is leading the call for change as she aims to restore some of her town’s pride for years to come.
From experienced athletes to pre-schoolers and a recovering liver transplant outpatient, people from many walks of life took part in this year’s Manea Virtual 5k.
A Fenland pub has slammed on the brakes ahead of a potential comeback as restaurants, pubs and hair salons prepare to reopen their doors.
A museum that will remain shut until at least the end of August is urging residents to help out once it reopens its doors.
Jordan Gill is confident he can get the job done when he makes his return to the ring after almost a year out.
March Bears Rugby Club have welcomed a familiar face to their ranks as it looks to strengthen on and off the pitch.
Motorists could be facing up to a week of disruption while emergency repair work is carried out along one of Fenland’s roads.
A van that accidentally caught fire was found “well alight” in a Fenland village this week.
A cyclist from the Fens has helped to raise thousands of pounds for charity by completing a gruelling 24-hour challenge.
From camping in a tent to living under a roof, better times are back for one young resident thanks to 50 Backpacks Vision.
Residents have rallied to help a disabled man after a well-developed fire ripped through his house.
For one patient, he could not have received a more heart-warming reception after months of battling the coronavirus.
Over a long day in Wisbech, we met up with and chatted to many of those who have been helped and supported by 50 Backpacks.
Those helped by 50 Backpacks are often among the first to come back and volunteer – and one of these is Geoff.
An organisation that takes care of those experiencing food poverty in the Fens was “extremely surprised” after being recognised for their work.