Santa has flown into his grotto just in time for the re-opening of Skylark café and garden centre following four “tough” weeks of closure.
We know Christmas may look a little different this year, but we are asking readers to decorate their front windows, gardens and homes and send us the pictures.
A retired couple “plodded on” through the coronavirus pandemic to decorate their home in Cambridgeshire with hundreds of festive lights.
Residents are being urged to illuminate their windows this Christmas with a festive display as part of a nationwide ‘Window Wanderland’ event.
Skylark Garden Centre will remain open during the Covid-19 lockdown – but its café will remain closed and there will be no Santa’s Grotto until December.
A Fenland travel agency has launched a Christmas toy appeal in a bid to “spread some much-needed festive cheer” to those in need.
Hold onto your nightcaps because, this Christmas, Lamphouse Theatre is returning to Peterborough with a one-man version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Christmas across the country will look slightly different this year due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis – here’s how things will look for the Rt Rev Stephen Conway.
An Ely based theatre company is planning to save Christmas by bringing their Covid-cancelled family production to The Maltings.