A BBC production team needs volunteers to take part in a study about social media for a BBC ONE programme.
Planning committee councillors approved a car park for Manea rail station today - after their meeting was suspended to resolve confusion that emerged over declarations of interest.
The company behind plans to build a mega incinerator in Wisbech has released details of its next consultation period.
New exhibition spaces dedicated to the Battle of Britain opened today (Tuesday) at the IWM Duxford to mark the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
The high demand for coronavirus tests has forced the government to change the way it operates smaller test sites in Cambridgeshire.
JD Wetherspoon says its pub in Ely will create up to 50 jobs if given the go-ahead by planners.
A March woman is offering a £100 reward for the safe return of a lost wedding ring that belonged to her late mother.
Proposals for an estate with 1,200 homes, a primary school and convenience shops have been revealed in a report outlining the scheme.
Councillors have agreed a six-month hold on the sale of Fenland District Council’s land around the proposed Wisbech incinerator site.
Stainless Metalcraft has secured a £3.16m grant to develop a new vocational training school at its Chatteris site.
Tributes are being paid to a popular Fenland tea room server who died yesterday (Sunday).
A person was taken to hospital following an assault in Wisbech town centre on Saturday night - and police have confirmed there was not a stabbing.
Hoax callers have recently been keeping call handlers on the line for more than five minutes, Cambridgeshire police has revealed.
From appreciating the heritage of Wisbech from home to visiting an unchanged Puritan chapel - various activities are taking place for this year’s Heritage Open Days.
An 84-year-old vintage bike enthusiast is organising a charity cycle ride like no other.
Council leader Chris Boden insists Fenland Council was not ‘short changed’ when it sold three abandoned garages off an asking price of £8,000.
A blind 85-year-old will be taking part in a virtual London to Cambridge bike ride with his son for Cam Sight.
An RAF veteran from Wisbech took part in a 46-mile cycle ride to raise funds for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
The Mayor of Ely visited the new base of a community effort to make scrubs for healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new church which will serve Ely and its surrounding villages is set to launch with online services at the end of the month.
The best entries into a competition to build LEGO® models inspired by the Fens could win gift cards worth up to £75.
A traditional planning condition that only allows ‘members of the agricultural population’ to live in a rural Fenland home could be overruled if planners approve an application for lawful use.
A former Crossrail boss has been appointed to support the development of Cambridgeshire’s metro.
An artist has captured one of the peregrine falcons at Ely Cathedral in a stunning painting.
One of the first passers-by on the scene of a fatal collision on the A141 - in which Stephanie Rivers, 33, died - has set up a petition calling for speed cameras.
A dance school which has been part of March for over 65 years has closed.
An Ely Rotary club has arranged a £3,000 donation for a team of volunteer sewers who have been making medical scrubs throughout the pandemic.
A new cafe and deli with a cookery school is set to open next month at the former Octavia View Cafe in Wisbech.
One of the first on the scene of a fatal collision on the A141 - in which Stephanie Rivers, 33, died - has set up a petition calling for speed cameras.
Most businesses have had to adapt since Covid-19, and The Old Hall in Ely is among them. Louise Hepburn found out how during an overnight stay.