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Stay at home. The urgent plea today from Dr Liz Robin, director of public health for Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council.

The Arthur Rank Hospice Charity has launched an urgent ‘support our services’ appeal as it expects to lose at least £700,000 of potential income over the next six months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Steve Tibbs found a job doing community care in the March area after Spain went into complete lockdown in mid-March.

Staff at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge have received a video message from perhaps one of their most famous patients.

Formula One driver George Russell, who grew up in Tydd St Giles, has thanked the key workers combatting the spread of Covid-19.

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Formula One driver George Russell, who grew up in Tydd St Giles, has thanked the key workers combatting the spread of Covid-19.

An image of Ben Stokes just after he hit the winning runs in the third Specsavers Test between England and Australia at Headingley has won the Wisden–MCC Photograph of the Year competition for 2019.

Wisbech St Mary player-manager Stuart Beckett is relieved that the 2019-20 season was declared null and void, but knows the challenge to improve will not be easy.

From using cats as a weight exercise to following fitness regimes in your back garden, Chatteris Netball Club know how to keep fit while in isolation.

Can you help identify the mystery man? If so, March Town Cricket Club are keen to know.

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A performer in Cambridgeshire has launched an Instagram account with free live workouts – gaining almost 30,000 followers from around the world in under two weeks.

It’s easy to feel trapped at home during lockdown but thankfully there are plenty of theatrical treats available to stream straight into your home. Here’s an updated list of the best shows on offer

They may be a band in isolation but once a performer always a performer – as one Cambridgeshire group set out to show.

The Chatteris Midsummer Festival, which was due to be held on June 27 and 28, has been cancelled due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns.

Organisers of the Cambridge Folk Festival have announced that this year’s event will not be going ahead due to concerns over the coronavirus.

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